ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Dale Michael (Mike) Chadwick, 74 years old, born on October 4, 1946, and passed away on June 8, 2021. We miss him infinitely. We will be looking for him in the clouds. 
Posted by Kacey Adams on September 5, 2021
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Posted by Krystin Radke on August 21, 2021
Missing you is an understatement. You are in my thoughts and on my heart everyday. My world just isn’t the same without you. Love you always and forever. 
Posted by Kacey Adams on August 15, 2021
I miss you so much. I love you, Dad. ❤
Posted by Kacey Adams on July 26, 2021
What I wouldn't give to see you again, hug you again, hear your voice again. . .I miss you so much, Dad. My heart aches for you. I love you so much and I so desperately wish you were still here. It feels so unfair. Love you forever, Daddy. Forever and ever. ❤
Posted by Kimberly Linton on July 21, 2021
I miss you more each day. What I wouldn’t give to hear you yell “KIMBAHLEE” down the hall one more time. I love you so much. Until I see you again, I’ll look for you in the clouds. ❤️

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Posted by Kacey Adams on September 5, 2021
❤ 
Posted by Krystin Radke on August 21, 2021
Missing you is an understatement. You are in my thoughts and on my heart everyday. My world just isn’t the same without you. Love you always and forever. 
Posted by Kacey Adams on August 15, 2021
I miss you so much. I love you, Dad. ❤
his Life
Dale Michael “Mike” Chadwick, 74, of Brentwood, CA passed away peacefully at home, surrounded by his family on Tuesday, June 8, 2021.

Mike was born on October 4, 1946 in Attleboro, MA to Chester and Lillian Chadwick. There, he grew up in the house his father built in Norton, CA. He joined the United States Navy on October 28, 1965.Mike served on the USS Ticonderoga during the Vietnam War as an electrical technician in the Aircraft Maintenance Department. He accumulated several accolades throughout his service until he received Honorable Discharge from active duty on September 18, 1969.He served an additional 2 years in the Navy Reserves, obtaining his private pilot’s license during this time.

After his naval service, Mike earned his bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from Southeastern Massachusetts University. His career as a civil engineer spanned over 4 decades, including owning his own company. He met his wife, Pamela, in 1971 and they were married later that year. Between 1972 and 1982, they had four daughters. In 1982, the family made the journey to California where they continue to reside. Mike always had an affinity for cars and drag racing. Racing his beautiful ’67 Mustang was a passion and pastime of his that he shared with family and friends. Mike also had an infinite love for animals. He donated to several charities for animals, as well as to children’s hospitals and veteran services.

Mike is survived by his wife, Pamela, his daughters, Krystin, Kimberly, Kari and Kacey, his sons-in-law, Drew, Kenny and Jun, his 11 grandchildren, and his little dog, Marty. He was a wonderful husband, father, grandfather/papa and friend to many. “We love you and will be looking for you in the clouds. Until we meet again…”

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