August 30, 1974 - December 15, 2017
Kyle Puppee Dicker born in Dallas, Texas, began life as special child, much loved and welcomed into a caring family that nurtured his many talents. He was a happy child and a delight to his family!
As a young man Kyle’s exuberance and enthusiasm were contagious bringing great joy to his family and friends.
His performance abilities, musical and acting talents literally burst forth from his creative personality and lead to many opportunities to be part of many professional performances and productions including summer work with Northwood Musical Theater Studio. MTS engaged many famous Broadway and movie performers, all of whom found Kyle a receptive, intelligent and engaging young person.
As so many people blessed with creative talents often do, Kyle pursued many diverse avenues.
Kyle was passionately involved with youth ministries and youth mission trips with Prestonwood Baptist Church where he grew exponentially is his faith and in his ability to bring others to Christ.
Kyle’s entrepreneurial spirit flourished as he attended Northwood University.
Additionally Kyle was involved with various aspects of the restaurant industry as well as sharing his compassion and medical expertise with patients at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Denton.
A born entrepreneur, a loving father and always a creative spirit, Kyle experienced many of life’s happy moments and some of its low points as well.
He leaves a multitude of memories full of life lessons for those of us who deeply cared for him.
For a man full of promise, we grieve that he is removed from our presence at 43. However, we rejoice that Kyle is face to face with Jesus and within the safe embrace of his Lord and Savior.
Kyle’s light went out too soon; but, gratefully, we will experience his bright spirit and legacy reflected through his daughter, Rachel Nicole Dicker, who has God’s favor on her and was the love of his life!
His deceased father, Albert Puppee Dicker, Mother, Susanne Forbes Dicker, Brother, Forbes Albert Dicker, Godmother Meriam Calabria and numerous other aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews join his many adoring friends who were attracted to his magnetic personality and grieve his earthly loss.
In lieu of flowers the family request donations be made to a scholarship fund established for Kyle’s daughter Rachel. More Information will be posted as soon as it is available.
The Dicker family thanks each of you for the love and care that you have poured into Kyle these many years.
A memorial service will be held at 2:00 P.M. on Wednesday, December 20, 2017 at Prestonwood Baptist Church.
Arrangements are under the direction of
ARIA Cremation Service and Funeral Home
19310 Preston Road
Dallas, Texas 75252