OBITUARY

Jim "Butch" Dizney

April 28, 1957February 3, 2020

James “Butch” Edward Dizney, 62, of Orlando, Florida, passed away Monday February 3, 2020 at his home. A celebration of life gathering will be held from 12:00pm-1:00pm with a service at 1:00pm, Saturday, February 15 at Baldwin Fairchild Funeral Home, 7520 Aloma Ave., Winter Park, Florida 32792.

Butch was born April 28, 1957 in Lynch, Kentucky to Aaron and Opal Dizney. James graduated from The Univeristy of Kentucky. Butch’s three favorite things in life were Jesus, his daughters and the Univerisity of Kentucky basketball team. GO BIG BLUE! He was also a member of the prayer team at Church Together. He took great pride in having church members prayer requests, keeping them in his Bible and spending hours in prayer for them.

Butch is survived by his three daughters, Ashley Dizney of West Palm Beach, FL., Amber Dizney of Boynton Beach, FL., and Michaela Dizney of Orlando, Florida; two grandchildren, Ava Dizney and Grayson Dizney Goldstein, his two brothers, Donald Dizney and his wife Irene and Michael Dizney and his wife Elizabeth. He was preceded in death by his parents, Aaron and Opal Dizney.

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, February 15, 2020
  • Funeral Service Saturday, February 15, 2020
  • Committal Service Saturday, February 15, 2020

Memories

Jim "Butch" Dizney

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Vikki Agne

February 17, 2020

He was a wonderful man if God! Many years ago helping my brother to get help in his addiction and showing him God was the answer.

Monica Brock Allen

February 15, 2020

We were young- about 6 or 7 years old. I was excited to see my cousin. It had been quite some time since we had visited each other. Butch- I always called him Yogi and I had fun together. I trusted him- Yogi was a little mischievous but was so much fun to hang out with!! He called me outside and opened the trunk of his Dad's car. He shared with me they had some great tasting chocolate covered raisins from Chattanooga and he was eager for me to taste them. I ate a few...well - together we finished off the little container. Once it was empty Yogi showed me the label which read "Chocolate Covered Ants".
He had a good laugh....me? Not so much!!!! I cried a little.
To his daughters, brothers and other family and friends- I am sorry for your loss. Will see him again in Heaven!!!
Rest in peace, Yogi!!

Beverly Bennett

February 14, 2020

To all the family I want to send my condolences... He is my cousin but I did not talk to him very much but have heard so many good things about this man... May the good Lord wrap his loving arms around ya'll in this difficult time and give you comfort because we know he is at peace...may he rest in peace and will forever be remembered...he will be missed.... Love you Butch...

Michael Olmstead

February 6, 2020

The Lord called home a good man this week. Jim was a great friend, brother, father, and grandfather. I thank you myself for our talks and jokes between each other when we spoke and times we seen each other. I will continue the promise I made to make sure your lovely daughter Amber and angel grand daughter Ava have the best life possible and I will always take care of them and look after them as long as I'm here. Rest in peace Jim 🙏🙏❤

Amber Dizney

February 6, 2020

I love you dad. I'm glad you finally got your wings , but I'm broken those wings took you far away from me. Thank you for being the most unselfish dad of all time, for teaching me how to ride a bike , roller skate , write bible verses when I did wrong lol , how to study , be academically successful , and most importantly how to have a pure heart and soul. I'll love you forever dad ❤😭

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY