Dick was one of the "Ramrods" that started the USS Kennebec Assoc. by putting up this website. He helped the Assoc. to mushroom during it's infancy. His effects were appreciated and he is sorely missed by the Assoc. and all those who who knew him. A quote from a mourner also expresses the opinions of the Assoc.: "...The Navy signal "Bravo Zulu" means "Well Done". "Bravo Zulu" to you...Dick."
Our sincere sympathy to his wife Sadie, his family, and those who knew him.
Hawkins, Dick A. of Plymouth, died Nov. 29, 2005 at the age of 59. Born in Benson, MN and spent his adult life in the Twin Cities. Served in the Navy from 1964-1967. He received a liver transplant in 1994 and participated in Transplant Olympic Games for many years. Preceded in death by father, Gerry. Survived by wife, Sadie Shirlee; mother, Ruth of Mora; brothers, Jerry (Julie), Dave (Mary), Roger (Jolyn); sister, Jan Peterson (Steve); other loving relatives & friends. Memorial service Saturday, 11 AM at Messiah United Methodist Church....
Dick in 1997
Dick's wife, Sadie, in 1999
Front: Tom Goodson; Back: Don Cleary, Dick Hawkins and Bob Wheeler