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Clarence Dickhaut

Born: Sat., Jul. 18, 1931
Died: Mon., Jun. 28, 2021

Memorial Service

11:00 AM Sun., Jul. 11, 2021
Location: Bismarck 7th Day Adventist Church

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Hamilton formerly of Bismark, ND - Clarence Dickhaut was born in Halliday, North Dakota, on July 18, 1931, to Jacob and Mary (Litke) Dickhaut. He was raised on the family farm with 9 other siblings. His parents were part of the Germans from Russia (Ukraine) immigrants that settled in the Dakotas. He enjoyed hunting, T.V., and visiting with friends and family. He was a lifelong member of the 7th Day Adventist Church. Clarence retired from a long career with the Bureau of Reclamation (USDA). While he was there, he was Survey Tech Party Chief. His job with the government moved him, and his family, to posts in Montana, North Dakota, Minnesota, and Arizona. He was united in marriage to Harriet Elnora McCoy, on October 7, 1951, in Tolstoy, South Dakota. Four children were born into this home: Everett, Howard, Belinda, and Charlene. He was preceded in death by his parents; sons, Everett and Howard; and siblings: Reuben, Lillian, Dan. Reiny, Gertrude, Elsie, Esther, and Linda. He is survived by his wife Harriet; daughters, Belinda (Dean) Schmidt, Charlene (Mark) Twist; sister, Durnetta Werth; grandchildren: Evan (Amy) Schmidt, Nyla (Justin) Woitte, Talia (Matt) Anderson, and Denver Twist; great-grandchildren, Runa and Noah Anderson, Gemma and Jessa Woitte; and many nieces, nephews, and friends. Condolences may be left for the family at www.whitesittfunerahome.com

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Todd Norton
   Posted Thu July 08, 2021
My sincerest condolences to Clarence's family. Clarence was my very first survey crew chief as a student in college. I worked the summer of 1986 with Clarence at the USBOR in Bismarck. To this day that job ranks as one of my best jobs ever and Clarence had a lot to do with that. I wish I could have worked at that job longer but the work was not there to come back after I had graduated from college. I have very fond memories of Clarence. He was patient with a school kid and I learned a great deal from him.

Kerry Hanson
   Posted Fri July 09, 2021
My thoughts and prayers are with you all, as you grieve the passing yet celebrate a life well lived. So thankful I met Clarence, Harriet, and Charlene last year. May God hold you tightly, Kerry

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