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CIC Past Chairman Dale Delmege Passes

Thirty-year collision industry veteran and Hall of Eagles inductee passed peacefully exactly as he had wanted, at home and surrounded by his family and friends.

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DelmegeThe Collision Industry Conference (CIC) has announced the passing of Past Chairman Dale Delmege. CIC released this statement regarding the loss:

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CIC is saddened by the loss of Past Chairman Dale Delmege.

On Sunday, Feb. 15, 2015, the collision industry lost one of its most ardent leaders and tireless supporters with the passing of Dale James Delmege. Dale is survived by his wife, Mary, his five children, Laura, Diana, Dale Jr., Mark and Caleb, his eight grandchildren and his sister, Leslie McDonald.

During Dale’s 30-year involvement and contribution to the collision industry, he brought an unparalleled amount of wit, wisdom and insight to countless number of people within every segment of the industry. As an inductee into the industry’s Hall of Eagles and past CIC Chairmen, Dale worked passionately to offer an unprecedented amount of foresight, acumen and guidance to the industry as a whole. As a revered conversationalist and storyteller, Dale’s wit and wisdom was sought out and treasured by all who knew him. Having traveled the world, serving in the United States Navy and experiencing an astonishing number of true-life events, Dale had the rare ability to give anyone an expanded perspective on nearly every subject matter. He was a poet, musician, actor, artist and rare individual who enriched all of our lives.

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Dale passed peacefully exactly as he had wanted, at home and surrounded by his family and friends. In honor of Dale’s wishes, he respectfully requested that the Children’s Skin Disease Foundation receive the gift of a donation in lieu of flowers. Memorial services are to be determined.

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