Dick William Bellamy

April 25, 2018 17 Condolences Print Obituary

August 26, 1949 - April 22, 2018

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Dick William Bellamy on April 22, 2018.

Dick is survived by his wife, Kathy, mother-in-law Katie, sisters Robbin (Toby), Marlene (Gary), Bernice (Terry), and Chris, brothers Randy (Louise) and Derrick (Jerri), and numerous brothers and sisters –in –law, nieces, nephews, friends and relations.

He is predeceased by his parents and infant brother.

There will be a casual gathering on Wednesday, May 2, 2018 at 2 PM at Trinity Funeral Home 10530 116 Street in their Reception Centre. Please dress comfortably – no black.

In lieu of flowers please make a donation to your local food bank.

  1. Dear Kathy
    I was so very saddened to hear of the death of your beloved Dick.
    You probably already know how well loved and respected Dick was by all of his colleagues. Dick and I shared many good conversations and even more very good laughs. I learned a lot from him.
    I hope that you’re comforted in knowing how you made his life rich and comfortable. He talked about you all the time.
    I am so sorry for your loss.

  2. We are very sorry to hear of Dick’s passing.

  3. Aunty,
    Our deepest condolences. Uncle Dick was an amazing man.

  4. Lives come and go so quickly even if you reach 70 years or 80 years of age.
    At this time when a dear person has passed away, I would like to express my sincere condolences especially for the family and especially for you Kathy, Dick’s wife. I worked in the same provincial office with Dick for a number of years.

  5. Dick was an absolutely wonderful person, I consider myself very fortunate to have worked with him during my time at the City Centre office. I can’t ever recall seeing Dick without a smile on his face and a twinkle in his eye, he was an example to us all. I will always remember Dick as a kind, caring and compassionate human being who genuinely cared about the well being of those he spent many years serving. My deepest sympathies. – Ted McCrae

  6. I had the pleasure of working with Dick in the late 80’s/early 90’s. His kindness to others and unfailing smile is what I remember most. I am so very sorry for your loss.

  7. Kathy, Dick was well loved and contributed to the well- being of so many others. We all will miss him, none like you will.

    May the memories of the life you shared give you comfort and the prayers of the rest of us help you with the loss. You enriched his life enourmously.

  8. I’m very sorry to learn about Dick’s passing. I worked with Dick at the Edmonton City Centre office for several years. He was always generous with his time and knowledge. He had a really good sense of humour and nothing was a big deal. I learned lots about how to be kind and understanding to everyone. He helped me do my job better.

  9. There are just an infinite number of adjectives that we can use for our friend Dick. He has helped so many friends, co-workers and staff. He loved his wife, Kathy. My honour to be his pal for over 20 years

  10. My condolences to you, Kathy, and to all of Dick’s family. I spent many hours playing volleyball and basketball with Dick during our high school years. His happy disposition is most memorable.

  11. I had the pleasure of working with Dick as well. He has always been a compassionate individual, helping individuals and co-workers. His patience, knowledge and always smiling ! My condolences to you and your families.

  12. I worked with Dick in the Disability Related Employment Supports unit better known as DRES. He brought a smile to our faces when he would greet us with “Hello, young lady or young man” despite our gray hairs. He taught us about dignity and compassion in working with persons with disabilities. He was an advocate and the best example of how successful a disable person could be, given the right supports and accommodations. He was a good man.

  13. Like so many here, I had the great pleasure of working with Dick for many years. He was great colleague and good friend to many, I learned a lot from his unfailingly kind and happy approach to the work he did. He influenced me and so many of his clients. I am sorry to hear of his passing . my condolences to you and your family Kathy.

  14. Dick was great man and wonderful career counsellor. Dick helped me obtain the assistance I required to be successful in my post-secondary studies. Dick helped me to get where I am today. Although I never worked directly with Dick as a co-worker, many of friends did and we all will miss him very much.

  15. My deepest sympathies to you and your family. I worked on the same floor as Dick at the downtown City Centre Office. He always had a smile and was so kind and patient. He will be greatly missed.

  16. Kathy, Dick was such a special and incredible human being who touched many people’s lives in wonderful and unfathomable ways. He inspired kindness in others as it was one of his strongest traits. The planet will miss him dearly.

  17. Hello Kathy,
    Sorry to hear about Dick, my good friend. I actually googled his name to try to find him as I have been away from Edmonton since 2004. I worked with Dick downtown and other various areas. Sorry about your loss Kathy.

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