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Fern Dyke

August 31, 1933 — September 15, 2022

Fern Dyke

Fern Dyke, 89 of Camargo, IL passed away at 4:00 AM on Thursday, September 15, 2022 at her daughter's residence.


A graveside memorial service will be held at 11:00 AM on Saturday, October 8, 2022 in the Payne Cemetery in Brocton, IL.  The Edwards Funeral Home is assisting with arrangements.


Fern was born on August 31, 1933 in Douglas County, IL.  She was a daughter of Gordon and Desta (Anderson) Peddycoart.  She married Jack Mauzy on May 21, 1952.  She later married Dave Dyke on May 29, 1976 in Oakland, IL.


She is survived by her husband, Dave Dyke of Camargo, one daughter, Connie Henson and her husband Jerry of Isabel, IL, two sons, Ricky Mauzy and his wife Karen of Oakland, IL and Ronnie Mauzy of Isabel, IL, one step son, David “Rusty” Dyke and his wife Carmen of Tuscola, IL, two step daughters, Diana Wyant and her husband Dave of Fairland, IL, and Darla Hawkins of Villa Grove, IL, a step-daughter-in-law, Penny Dyke of Grand Marsh, WI , five grandchildren, Dawn Sollers and her husband Bill, Christi Henson-Setzer, Stephanie Logan and her husband Nate, Jamey Mauzy and Ashley Mauzy, ten step grandchildren, David Dyke (Spencer), Marlaina Plank (Lamar), Mark Ryan King, Cody Deppe, Tasha Hawkins, Tiffany Dyke, Heather Howard, Tom Robert Dyke, Angel Dyke, and Nicole Anderson, 7 great-grandchildren, 21 step-great-grandchildren, three sisters, Clara Cain of Ware, IL, Nancy Moorecraft and her husband Don of Memphis, TN and Camillia Buck and her husband Jim of Mt. Pleasant, TX.


She was preceded in death by her parents, granddaughter, Breanne King, four sisters, Bonnie Addis, Viola Clark, Ellen Wright and Laura Blaney, five brothers, Eugene, Arthur, Pete, Lloyd and Jim Peddycoart. two stepsons, Steve Dyke and Tom Dyke and her first husband, Jack Mauzy,


Fern attended the Christian Church in Brocton, and the Nazarene Church in Tuscola, IL. 


Fern retired from General Electric in Mattoon, IL with over 25 years of service.


Fern enjoyed being outdoors, she tried hunting, but enjoyed camping and fishing and most importantly spending time with family.


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