Otto "Dale" Hey

Lakeview – Otto “Dale” Hey, 72, of Stanton passed away at his home on Monday, October 30, 2017.  Dale was born July 7, 1945 in Entrican, the son of Otto William and Vivian R. (Pintler) Hey.  He lived on the family farm where he was raised.  Dale attended Lakeview High School, class of 1963, and then Michigan State University completing the 2 year Ag Program.

He was self employed as a farmer and also the owner of Dale Hey & Son Trucking in Lakeview.  Dale enjoyed antique tractors, was a member of the Old Iron Antique Tractor Club, flying and spending time with family, especially his grandson Dakota.

Dale will be deeply missed by his mother, Vivian Hey of Stanton, daughter Sherri (Terry) Keilholtz of Lakeview, sisters, Joyce (Richard) Hamilton and Cheryl (Mike) Hadley, grandsons, Tyler and Dakota Keilholtz, Aunts, Verdena Borup, Sharlene Hopp, Close friend Jennie Moody, and many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

Dale was preceded in death by his father, Otto William Hey, Sons, Otto Raymond Hey and Gregory Dale Hey.

Funeral services for Dale will be Saturday November 4, 2017 at 11:00am at Brigham Funeral Chapel, Lakeview, Michigan with Reverend Eugene Kooi officiating.  Visitation for Dale will be Friday November 3, from 3 – 7 pm at the funeral home and on Saturday one hour prior to the funeral.  Burial will be immediately following in Entrican’s Hillside Cemetery.  In lieu of flowers the family asks that memorial contributions in his honor be made to the American Heart Association or to the college fund set up for his Grandsons % Sherri Keilholtz.

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  • Susan Lutterloh (Wednesday, November 01 17 12:41 pm EDT)

    Dear Sherri,
    So sorry to read about your Dad. I enjoyed talking to him at the parades and at the Lincoln Agency when he came in.

  • Alvin & Margaret Rush (Wednesday, November 01 17 03:20 pm EDT)

    So very sorry to hear of Dale's passing. Thoughts & prayers to you all. We'll be away at time of service but thoughts will be with you all.

  • Kay Whan (Thursday, November 02 17 09:55 am EDT)

    Dear Vivian Hey, and Sherri, I am sad to hear of your loss. I will keep you in my prayers in the days ahead. Love to you, Kay Whan

  • Barb(Wilkinson) Tank (Friday, November 03 17 02:16 pm EDT)

    May your memories over-ride your sorrow and may God give you comfort and strength. My Prayers are with you at this...R.I.P. Dale

  • Helen Wilkinson Taylor (Friday, November 03 17 02:57 pm EDT)

    Dear Vivian and family, my heart goes out to you upon hearing of Dale's passing. He was such a kind, thoughtful sweetheart of a guy. My parents, George & Madlyne, and I, had the utmost respect for you Vivian, and Dale, as well. He had many friends who will miss him. May GOD Bless you and keep you close as he holds Dale in his loving arms. Love and Hugs!

  • Gary Mizga (Sunday, November 05 17 05:34 pm EST)

    Prayers and best to the family, especially his Mom who was good friends of my Mom growing up in Lakeview. My Dad Al and his friend Otto are in Heaven flying airplanes! God bless.

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