Richard L. “Dick” Dehart, 74, of Harshaw, passed away May 4, 2020 at Aspirus Wausau Hospital.
Dick was born November 15, 1945, in Walker, Minnesota, son of the late Raymond and Wanda (Almquist) Dehart. He married Sue Adams on August 17, 1974, in Merrill. She survives. Dick enlisted in the United States Navy and also served for 31 years in the Air Force Reserves. He worked at the Post Office in Wausau for over thirty years. 
Dick and Sue had a cottage on West Horsehead Lake in the Town of Cassian, Oneida County for over thirty years and resided there full-time for the last ten years. Dick volunteered with the ‘Meals on Wheels’ program in Rhinelander. He was a beekeeper and enjoyed sharing “Uncle Dick’s Honey” with his nurses. Dick was a Minnesota sports fan and was a season ticket holder for the Minnesota Vikings. He also enjoyed playing music.  
Survivors include his wife, Sue Dehart of Harshaw; daughter, Kristine (Nathan) Punke of Merrill; granddaughters, Taylor and Grace; brothers, Robert ‘Bob’ (Marlene) Dehart and Jeffrey ‘Jeff’ (Wilma) Dehart of Minnesota; sisters-in-law, Ann (Don) Engelbrecht of Burnsville, Minnesota and Jane (Jim) Hulke of La Crosse; brother-in-law, David (Libby) Adams of La Jara, New Mexico; and several nieces and nephews.  Dick was preceded in death by his parents, Raymond and Wanda Dehart; grandson, Nathan Punke, Jr.; and brother, Warren ‘Bill’ Dehart. 
A memorial service will take place on Tuesday, July 20 at the Northwoods National Military Cemetery (4520 Lakewood Rd.) in Harshaw, Wisconsin at 11 a.m. A reception will follow at Rondele Ranch (8959 County K in Harshaw). Because this is a group gathering, face masks are required for anyone who is not fully vaccinated with the last inoculation taking place at least two weeks prior to July 20. Thank you for your cooperation. 
Taylor-Stine Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Merrill, is assisting the family. Online condolences may be made at www.taylorstinefuneralhome.com
The family would like to send a special thank you to Dick’s Oncology team for all their strength and comfort.