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Charles John Dimock age 86 of Warren, died Wednesday, August 15, 2018 at the American House Elmwood Place in Rochester Hills, Michigan. Charles was born July 26, 1932 in Detroit.

Detroit is where Charles grew up, received his education, and ultimately graduated from high school. Not long after graduation, Charles answered the call of our country and entered the armed forces during the Korean War era. Electing the valiant U.S. Marine Corps as his branch of choice, Charles served with pride and honor in carrying out his duties and helping to make a difference in the lives of our brave allies-in-arms. His service to our country instilled within him a deep sense of patriotism, a true love for our nations flag, and a strong desire to help others. For the sacrifices made and his willingness to stand in harm's way for the cause of freedom, we honor Charles' service and extend to him our posthumous gratitude for his brave and faithful heart. Semper Fi, Corpsman.

Upon his return to Detroit, an extremely celebratory event took place the day that Charles decided to put a ring on the hand of the beautiful, Miss Stephanie Beger as they shared their vows of marriage in one of God's houses in Detroit. Following the "I Do's" and that romantic embrace, Mr. & Mrs. Charles Dimock joined their loved ones and friends as the celebration continued amidst the picturesque setting of Belle Isle. It was a wedding reception for the ages, and the beginning of much more joy and celebration as Charles & Stephanie embarked on their life's journey together,...hand-in-hand, now adorned with the rings to eternally remind them of the love that bound them as one.
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