Sunil Dick

Sunil Ravi Dick, age 38, died on January 9, 2024. He was the son of Janet and the late Premnath Dick. Sunil was born in India and lived in East Harlem, NYC for one year before moving to Lancaster. A graduate of Lancaster Mennonite High School and Eastern Mennonite University, VA, most of his employment was customer service related to healthcare and hospitality support positions.

Sunil’s greatest strengths were his interpersonal skills. He made friends wherever he went. Sunil had a pleasant, easy-going personality, was patient and kind, and known as a peacemaker from an early age. He enjoyed the arts, playing Scrabble, ethnic cuisines, and watching movies.

In addition to his mother, he is survived by his brother, Sanjay (Alicia Jantzi) and his precious nephew, Aaron, as well as many aunts, uncles, and cousins. There will be a private memorial service at a later date.

 In lieu of flowers, donations to help others may be given to Compass Mark at

Cremation Services of Lancaster – 717-cremate

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  • ✝️ Sending Love & prayers to the family. Sunil was so special and I remember his hearty warm smile and sense of humor. In the arms of JESUS 🙏

  • Sunil had the kindest heart and personality. An infectious smile and laugh. I have such fond and special memories with Sunil from when we were kids and playing with him, Sanjay, Janet and Prem from roller skating in their backyard to going to bookstores and Hershey Park, are some of my fondest memories and of course watching Space Jam every time we would visit. An angel is now in heaven.

  • Sunil will be missed and his kindness. My condolences to the family may the peace of the Lord be with all. Love always Migdalia

  • Sunil was always a bright smile and most efficient and helpful person in customer service at LGH. I worked with him in Endoscopy. I am so sorry for your loss. His presence will be missed greatly by many!! Peace and Comfort to you all!!

  • Sunil made the world a brighter place. His happy chuckle and witty remarks would always make a smile grow larger. I’ll miss the happy go lucky optimist he was and I’m thinking of everyone who loved him.

  • To Janet and Sanjay, knowing Sunil was such a pleasure. I am at a loss of words over the loss of the most beautiful person who could touch anyone’s life. I have hours of stories about Sunil, I have memories for days, and years of friendship. His loss is saddening to people who loved him the most, but most saddening to think of those he left behind. I hope you all know how much Sunil was loved,

  • My deepest condolences on the loss of Sunil. I had the pleasure of working with him. He was such a kind, friendly person. Praying for comfort and peace for his friends and family at this most difficult time.

  • I had the pleasure of working with Sunil. He was one of the kindest souls I had the honor to meet. He will be greatly missed.

  • My buddy Sunil, an Angel on Earth and in Heaven. What a pleasure he was while we both worked at Penn Medicine. Will be missed.

  • So sorry for your loss! Sunil had a smile that would light up a room!
    Thoughts and prayers for his family & friends .

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