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Wayne Dick

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On November 28, 2020, Wayne Dick a loving husband, awesome father and the most wonderful grandpa ever passed away.

Service: A come and go Monday, December 7th at the Roadrunner Mobile Home Park Club House, from 11am to 2pm. (Please note we want you to know that we all understand if you are unable to stop by with everything going on.)

Wayne was born December 4, 1942 in Paducak Kentucky. He moved to Roswell in late 1978 where he fell in love with New Mexico. He met Rose and they were married after only knowing each other a few months February 1979.

Survivors: Wife, best friend, soul mate Rose M. Dick. Two sons: Heath Sneed, wife Bianca; Coy Sneed, wife Stacy. Two daughters: Cathy Potts, husband Wayne of Texas. Susan Lipchik, husband Jerry of Missouri. Granddaughters: Ashley Serrano; Kristen Miller, husband Travis; Bethany Sneed, partner Zach; and the two youngest Hannah and Heather Sneed. Grandson: Lane Sneed, wife Ashley. Great-granddaughters: Layken & Addie Miller. Grandkids from Missouri Destinee, Robert, and George. Brothers: Henry Dick, wife Lisa; Thomas Dick, wife Kathy. Sister: Kathy Dick. Sisters-in-laws: Barbara Murray, husband Steve; Sharon Burgos and Mona Archuleta. So many loving nephews & nieces that loved him dearly.

Brother-in-laws who are with him today Jimmy Sweatfield and his best buddy Glen Sweatfield.

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Wayne loved spending time and doing everything with his wife. He loved being around his family. All of his kids knew how much they meant to him. But the grandkids they all meant the world to him each and everyone one of them and he always let them know how much he loved them and how they were such an important part of his life. There is also so many kids that called him grandpa, such a special person.

Wayne also loved the game of golf and spending time with his special friends.

So many didn’t know Wayne was battling with Leukemia. In lieu of flowers donate to the Chaves County Cancer Fund. Thank you everyone for the special love and prayers that you shared.