In Memory

Bolton R. Dydell

Bolton was 33 at the time of his death on September 4th, 1989. 

His death was due to injuries from an automobile accident.

Bolton resided in Kansas City, MO

He is survived By: Parents, William and Betty of St. Joseph; a son, Bolton Hawkins of St. Joseph; a daughter, Tomeka Holmes of St. Joseph; seven brothers, Kenneth, William Taft, Jr., Michael, Gary, Raymond, Mark and Roger, all of St. Joseph; four sisters, Vontella Wilkinson, Sharon Weston and Janice Smith, all of St. Joseph, and Kelly Tope of Vallejo, CA; his maternal grandmother, Alberta Wilson of St. Joseph; 32 nieces and nephews; and numerous cousins.

Bolton R. Dydell

     Bolton Richard Dydell, 33, Kansas City, MO., ed Monday, Sept. 4, 1989, in Platte County, MO., from injuries sustained in an automobile accident.

     Mr. Dydell was born in St. Joseph, and moved to Kansas City 12 years ago.  He was a 1975 graduate of Lafayette High School in St. Joseph.

     Mr. Dydell was employed by Faultless Starch-Bon Ami Co. in Kansas City, and was a Navy veteran.

     In January of 1989, he married the former Karen Hughes at St. Joseph.  She survives of the home.

     Additional survivors:  his parents, William and Betty of St. Joseph; a son Bolton Hawkins of St. Joseph; a daughter, Tomeka Holmes of St. Joseph; seven brothers, Kenneth, William Taft Jr., Michael, Gary, Raymond, Mark and Roger, all of St. Joseph; four sisters, Vontella Wilkinson, Sharon Weston and Janice Smith, all of St. Joseph and Kelly Tope of Vallejo, Calif.; his maternal grandmother, Alberta Wilson of St. Joseph; 32 nieces and nephews; and numerous cousins

     Services:  1 p.m. Saturday, Jesus Tabernacle Church, St. Joseph.  Burial, Ashland Cemetery, St. Joseph.  Visitation: 6to 9 tonight, E.R. Morris Funeral Home, Kansas City, MO



 
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11/25/09 10:21 PM #1    

Deborah Starr

Bo was my first so called boyfriend before high school. It just doesn't seem like he should be gone. I know he is missed very much.

01/26/10 11:07 PM #2    

Marta E. Black (Curry)

Well, the Dydell family are a legacy at LHS: and he will always be remembered. Gary and Raymond were in classes with me, and I knew them better, but who could NOT miss the special person he was? My prayers and condolences to your large family - you will never be forgotten.

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