GM Selling Cars From Beyond the Grave

Robert Farago
by Robert Farago

Dimmick, Chuck P.
born December 29, 1958 in Riverside, CA passed away suddenly on April 18, 2009 while attending a NASCAR race to watch his favorite driver, Jeff Gordon. Chuck was the loving husband of Kristen and devoted father of Dillon. Chuck was the Director of Marketing for the Lund Cadillac Group. We are sure he would still want all to know that 0.9% financing is still available on all New 2008 Hummer H2’s. A mass celebrating Chuck’s life will be held at 11:00 AM on Friday, April 24th at St. Patrick’s Church – 10815 N. 84th St. Scottsdale, AZ. Arrangements handled by Hansen Desert Hill Mortuary 480-991-5800. In Lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Dillon Dimmick Donation Fund at any Bank of America.

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  • 1996MEdition 1996MEdition on Apr 27, 2009

    I drove by the Hummer dealership in Fishers, IN, the other day. Empty, idiotic looking quonset hut and one of each model sitting in an otherwise empty parking lot. Death.....

  • Ralph ShpoilShport Ralph ShpoilShport on Apr 27, 2009

    So, how 'bout this, then. I say have the viewing hours at the dealership. Anyone with one of his business cards and buys then, gets a free paint protector. Subject to availability, of course.

  • Erosbunbury Erosbunbury on Apr 28, 2009

    To everyone on this site, I happen to be a friend of Chuck Dimmick and his family. His wife wrote his obituary. With no help from the Lund organization. What's sad is his 16 year old son will probably see some of these horrible things being said by people that have absolutely no idea what the intent was behind it. This was done to honor a man who was a genius in marketing. He put everything he had into what he did, professionally and personally. He always tried to think outside the box when it came to new and creative ways to advertise. Chuck, his wife, and his son were a huge part of our organization and had worked here for a very, very long time. He was loved by anyone who came into contact with him. If, by writing this, his wife was able to smile and possibly put a smile on the faces of those who knew and loved him, isn't that what it's about?? It's certainly not about the mean spirited things being said here. Shame on you. God bless Chuck and his family. We miss you so much.

  • Erosbunbury Erosbunbury on Apr 28, 2009

    Read the obituary - Chuck was the DIRECTOR OF MARKETING for a multi point franchise. As I said, it was done as a tribute to his genius in his field.