Gavyn Ray Dimmick

Jan. 9, 2006-Sept. 1, 2017

Gavyn Ray Dimmick,

age 11, of Crosby, ND

passed away on Friday,

September 1, 2017 at

Short Creek Dam in


Memorial services will

be held at 11:00 A.M., Fri-

day, September 8, 2017 at

Crosby Assembly of God

Church with Pastor

Dennis Huenefeld offici-

ating. Inurnment will fol-

low at Crosby City

Cemetery. Visitation will

be from 3:00 PM to 6:00

PM on Thursday, Sep-

tember 7, 2017 at

Stakston-Martin Funeral

Home in Crosby.

Gavyn was born on

January 9, 2006 in Minot,

ND, the son of Austin and

Desiree (Prochazka) Dim-

mick. Gavyn was 11

years old, in 6th grade. He

was a cub-scout moved up

to boy-scouts. He was a

Crosby Comets hockey

player. He was in Obok

Martial Arts –

Tang-Soo-Do. In the past

he participated in Tech

Club at school and t-ball

and baseball in the sum-


He loved all things out-

doors. He loved to go

camping, fishing, swim-

ming, tubing, hanging

around campfires and rid-

ing bike with his friends.

He loved playing hockey

and his favorite hockey

team was the UND Fight-

ing Sioux. He loved

watching movies and

listening to music. He was

Bruno Mars’ biggest fan.

He liked Harry Potter,

Vikings football team,

legos, art and reading. He

liked to build things, any-

thing and everything. His

favorite subject in school

was Science. He really did

not like Math. He was a

fan of superheroes. His

favorites were Wolverine,

Batman, Green Arrow,

Thor, Captain America

and Iron Man. He wanted

to be a Lawyer when he

grew up. His favorite

colors were Orange and

Green. He loved his little

sister, Abby’s, real laugh.

He enjoyed being a big

brother to Kaden and he

loved that he was already

an uncle.

Gavyn was preceded in

death by uncle, Curtis

Dimmick and aunt, Kelsey


He is survived by his

mother, Desiree Prochaz-

ka and step dad, Nick

Wishart; father, Austin

(Kara) Dimmick; half sis-

ter, Abby Wishart, half

brother, Kaden Dimmick

all of Crosby; step sisters,

Lexi (Travis) Lindenberg

and Courtney (Josh)

Dagenais; niece, Ava Lin-

denberg and nephew,

Bradley Dagenais, all of

Williston; Grammy, Men-

dy Parchman and Gram-

py, Dave Myers of Am-

brose; Nana and Papa,

Charles and Juanita Dim-

mick of Crosby; grandpa

and grandma, Dale and

Wanda Prochazka of

Orange Grove, TX and

Greg and Lori Wishart of

Crosby and Robert and

Marj Schiele of Crosby;

uncles, Jon Myers of Am-

brose , Travis Dimmick of

Odessa, TX and Larry Pro-

chazka of Fort Wayne, FL;

auntie, Erika (Shelby)

Brouillette of Aurora, CO

and uncle, Robert (Chris-

tina) Schiele, JR of Port

Orchard, WA; aunt,

Heather (Curtis) Hansen

of Camp Verde, AZ; great

grandma’s, Donna Wishart

of New Rockford, ND,

Marlyn (Howard) Moer-

icke of Flaxton, ND and

Arlene Myers of Ambrose

and Mamaw, Lou Parch-

man of Beeville, TX and

numerous cousins, great

aunts, great uncles and

other family members.

Stakston-Martin Fun-

eral Home of Crosby, ND

is in charge of arrange-