Memorable Manitobans: Frank Unrau Dyck (?-1982)
Born at Morden, son of Julius Dyck and Katherina Unrau, he was a teacher at various schools in rural Manitoba, including Haskett School (1927-1930, Principal), Edward School (1930-1931), Wellington School (1933-1934, Principal), Pleasant Valley School (1935-1938), Bothwell School (1941-1943, Principal), Swan River School (1943), Cartwright School (1946-1949), Wingham School (1949-1950, Principal), Prince Charles School (1951-1952), Whitemouth School (1952-1953, Principal), and Ardal School (1953-1955, Principal). He also taught at or near Gretna, Foxwarren, Morden, Morris, Gladstone, and Grandview before retiring to Brandon.
On 26 September 1926, he married Katharina I. [Hildebrand] Hildebrandt (1905-1987) in the Rural Municipality of Rhineland. They had five children, of which one was Ted Dyck (?-1983).
Birth and marriage registrations, Manitoba Vital Statistics.
“Five more depart,” Brandon Sun, 30 April 1966, page 27.
“Senior citizen activities,” Brandon Sun, 26 August 1976, page 9.
“Card of thanks [Dyck],” Brandon Sun, 3 September 1976, page 12.
Obituary, Brandon Sun, 29 September 1982, page 24.
Obituary, Winnipeg Free Press, 29 September 1982, page 54.
Obituary [Katharina Dyck], Brandon Sun, 16 June 1987, page 17.
We thank Nathan Kramer for providing additional information used here.
This page was prepared by Nathan Kramer.
Page revised: 24 April 2022