Jodie Dicks

01-Sep-1993 - 26-Jan-2020

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Posted by Carole Bylsma | 15-Feb-2020

I offer my heartfelt condolences to all of Jodies family. I don’t know you but my heart aches for you, especially jodies mom who held her in her arms as she died. There are no words to express the sorrow if your terrible loss.❤️

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Posted by Liz Crim | 14-Feb-2020

Just heard the news about Jodie today!
I am so sorry for your loss! Jodie was a wonderful young lady. I had the privilege of working with her in the Library at Lakeshore Campus. She always had a smile on her face, and would tell me stories about her Wonderful family.
Please accept my condolences! Sending you lots of love Jodie! RIP

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Posted by Ashley Botelho | 14-Feb-2020

I am still in disbelief and shock! I am so sorry we did not connect as often as we should have. To your family my deepest and sincerest condolences. Jodie was such a kind, sweet, generous individual.

Jodie and I first met at Humber doing that good old Criminal Justice Degree. Throughout those years we developed a friendship that I never thought, would be such a tragic way to be unable to continue. From studying for tests to working on projects/assignments. I remember our final year like it was yesterday, meeting up nearly every single day to work on that dissertation with Matt, it was the trio 'JAM' as we had named it. We spent hours, upon hours. Early mornings to late nights! We had awesome access to those 'study room's that you would book for our group since, you worked within the library. Even at our graduation, I remember getting some photo's together and meeting the family.

How can I forget you and your boyfriend Kerrian attending my wedding. You had me going to the bar to do shots, we all had an awesome time. I will never forget you Jodie and your awesome demeanor. May your family find peace knowing they raised an amazing female who touched the lives of everyone. Rest forever peacefully <3

Much Love Always,

Ashley Botelho-Bennett & Christopher

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Posted by Mel Lamers | 14-Feb-2020

I'm a little bit at a loss for words. I always pictured running into you at the mall or looking up at a gas station when I was back home & seeing you across the way. I never imagined in a million years that I be reading your obituary right now.Summer of 2012 working at Humber Library will be forever engraved in my mind & in my heart. I didn't realize it at the time, but oh my God you were one of the best friends I have ever been lucky enough to have in my life. I never really had the chance to thank you for helping me through some pretty crappy times & I never thanked you for the numerous times you hopped on TTC bus to meet me at Kipling station so I could cry to you about how stressed out I was about school. You were literally a blessing to my life & you came into it exactly when I needed somebody. I'm so sorry I lost touch with you when you reached out so many times. You are so kind, loving, funny, outgoing and beautiful on the inside and out. The world has truly lost a beautiful soul. I'll always remember that day you walked into work & said let's go get tattoos and even though I chickened out, you went through with it. You even let me draw it up for you which shows how crazy & down you were for anything. I am sending love & prayers out to Kerrian, your mom Christine & Randy and your dad Jim & Kay. I also want to thank them for bringing such a beautiful human into the world and allowing me to have the opportunity to have that beautiful soul in my life for the short time that I did. You will forever be remembered & you have been missed and will always be missed. Rest easy beautiful 🖤




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Posted by Denise Rooney | 14-Feb-2020

My deepest sympathies go out to your entire family for your profound loss. I had the pleasure of working with Jodie in the Library when she was a student at Humber. Her gentle and kind demeanor will always stay with me. God rest her soul.

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Posted by L Clement | 14-Feb-2020

My sincere sympathies on the tragic loss of your beautiful daughter, sister, cousin, aunt, friend and colleague.

Having lost a grandchild in a tragic car accident almost three years ago, I have travelled the difficult road you are on.

She is now in God's hands and will suffer no more.

The void you now feel will eventually begin to refill with happy memories that will no longer cause you pain, but make you happy that you have them.

I will keep you all in my players.

God bless.

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Posted by Kim Gallogley | 09-Feb-2020

Christine and Randy and family, We never had the pleasure of meeting your beautiful daughter Jodie and we can’t imagine your pain and sadness. Just know you are all in our thoughts and prayers as you find the strength to carry on. I would be at Jodie’s memorial but I’m in Las Terrenas DR. Treasure all the memories and get comfort knowing she is with your Dad. Love and hugs, Dan and Kim Gallogley

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Posted by Stu, Tracy, Bryden, Noah Curran | 08-Feb-2020

Our deepest sympathies go out to you and your entire family on the loss of Jodie, our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time ❤️

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Posted by Bill Fox | 07-Feb-2020

Though I never met Jodie, I know from reading all the posts about her that Heaven must have needed another Warrior! Though she is gone physically, I am sure she is still with her loved ones spiritually. We all have another friend in Heaven.

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Posted by Diana Nauffts | 03-Feb-2020

Hi beautiful angel.... Just remembering the time I went on a school trip with you... Gentle kind loving caring, you were beautiful in every way.... Im so sorry you were taken too early, but I think you were too perfect for this world... Always amazing little sister, fly free and sore. You live through on through others.. SO much love

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