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The funeral service will be held in Mirimichi, New Brunswick with interment taking place in the Pine Grove Cemetery at Loggieville, New Brunswick. Family and friends are invited to meet with Mary and the family at a come and go reception to be held in the Grandstand Room at the Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede grounds on Friday January 18, 2019 from 2 to 5 pm.​
In memory of
Allen Dickson
April 27, 1955 - January 03, 2019 - Age 63

1955 - 2019

Allen Floyd Dickson, beloved husband of Mary (Nowlan) Dickson of Medicine Hat, AB and formerly of Napan passed away unexpectedly on Thursday, January 3, 2019, at the age of 63 years.

Born in Chatham, on April 27, 1955 he was the son of the late Walter and Stella (Campbell) Dickson. Allen worked for the Dept. of National Defence as a Heavy Equipment operator at the former CFB Chatham Base. He also worked for Midland Transport travelling throughout the US and Canada where he earned his 1 Million accident free mile award. In 2006 he moved to Alberta with his truck to work and be close to his children. He was a devoted husband, father and grandfather. He loved the Detroit Red Wings and he will be dearly missed by all.

He is survived by his beloved wife Mary (Nowlan) Dickson; two sons: Randy (Tammy) and Donnie (Krista) all of Medicine Hat; three grandchildren: Lucas, Emmet and Reid Dickson all of Medicine Hat; two brothers: Wilmer Dickson and Frank Dickson (Kelly) all of Napan. He was predeceased by his parents, brother Robert and sisters-in-law Edith and Mary-Anne Dickson.

Family and friends are invited to meet with Mary and the family at a come and go reception to be held in the Grandstand Room at the Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede grounds on Friday January 18, 2019 from 2 to 5 pm.

Message from Willard Worden alis LOST PUPPY Bucky January 06, 2019

thinking of the family at this time i knew Allen well worked with him @midland.


Willard Worden alis LOST PUPPY Bucky
Message from Ed & Shelley January 06, 2019

Mary , Randy , Donnie and families we are truly saddened and deeply sorry for your loss. RIP ol friend,


Ed & Shelley
Message from Derek & Louise & Corbin Virostek January 07, 2019

So sorry for your loss guys.. I only met your dad a couple times but he was a great man. And will be missed by many. All our love as you go through this difficult time


Derek & Louise & Corbin Virostek
Message from Don & Shannon Pakula January 07, 2019

We’ll always think of Allen as a good friend who was quick with a smile and a joke, ready to lend a hand if anyone needed help. Our deepest condolences to Mary, Randy, Donnie and their families.


Don & Shannon Pakula
Message from Aaron Bauer January 07, 2019

Allen has always hauled mine and my fathers grain. Was always great having him out on our farm and enjoyed his company. He will be missed by Ken and myself.


Aaron Bauer
Message from David and Dorothy Ward January 07, 2019

Dear Mary, Ronny, Donnie and families. Thinking of you all during this hard, sorrowful time. Allan will be remembered and missed in the agricultural community. He had a wonderful heart and great sense of humour.


David and Dorothy Ward
Message from Rick Oland and Tim Oland January 07, 2019

Rick and I were very sorry to hear of Allen's passing. Our thoughts are with you and your family. We thank you and Allen for your past patronage.


Rick Oland and Tim Oland
Message from Brian & Mary Makepeace January 08, 2019

Dear Mary and family, Brian and I are so sorry to hear about Allen’s passing, we will be keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers.

Take care
Brian & Mary Makepeace


Brian & Mary Makepeace
Message from Leahann Rawleigh January 08, 2019

Dear Mary, Donnie, Randy and family, Gordon and I are so saddened by the news of Allen’s passing , he was such a kind and caring man. Gordon also knew and worked with Allen while he hauled grain to the flour mill, you are all in our thoughts and prayers at this very difficult time - LeahAnn and Gordon Rawleigh


Leahann Rawleigh