John Maurice “Aggie” Dymock, 92, loving husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather, passed away Nov. 28, 2019. He was born a true middle child May 16, 1927, with three older brothers and two older sisters, three younger brothers and two younger sisters, to John Ervin and Thelma Shields Dymock in Tooele, Utah. John grew up in Tooele. As a young man, he proudly served in the Merchant Marines during World War II. He married Arline Granato Dec 31, 1953, and they had a wonderful marriage. They had two daughters, Marilyn Dymock and Tug Dymock Smith. After Arline’s passing, he later married Patricia Koyen Sagers in 1988. They spent many happy years devoted to each other, traveling to all 50 U.S. states and every continent. John earned his plumbing license and spent many years working as a plumber at Tooele Army Depot as well as his own company, John Dymock Plumbing. He liked to collect coins, often handing out his special Kennedy half-dollars to friends and acquaintances. He will be remembered for his original greeting cards, putting much thought and love into them. He also had a nickname for almost everyone. He had a good sense of humor and many friends. He is survived by his wife, Patricia; brother Garry Dymock (Pat) and sister Karen Bonell (Tad); his daughters Marilyn Dymock, Mary “Tug” Smith, Son-in-law John Smith; grandchildren: Carrie Hymas Norton (Brian), Jodi Sweeda Bateman (Ty), Laci Sweeda Stewart, Kellie Hymas Newkirk (Justin), Tony Hymas, and Kali Sweeda, and great-grandchildren Kadence Buhler, Lexi Stewart, Taivyn Norton, Jackson Newkirk, and Lincoln Bateman. Also, step-children Christi (Jerry) Nash, Matt (Janice) Sagers, Valerie (Kim) Phillips, Nate (Truth Ann) Sagers, Travis Sagers and Hallie Keller; and step-grandchildren Chase (Luz) Nash, Chism (Carrie) Nash, and Chelsea Nash; Kyle (Ruth) Sagers, Garrison (Teresa) Sagers, Quentin Sagers, and Wyatt Sagers; Jess (Stephanie) Phillips, Eric Phillips, and Lonn (Chelsea) Phillips; Amy (Trevor) Miller; Dusty Sagers, Brittany Keller and Austin Keller, and many step-great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, brothers Blaine, Jay, Keith, Clint, Kenny Dymock, and sisters Vermoyne Johnson, Jean Edde, and Verna Dymock. Also, a very special grandson, Christopher Hymas. A visitation will take place at the Tate Mortuary on Wednesday, Dec. 4, 9:30-10:45, with a military burial at 11 a.m. at the Tooele City Cemetery.\n\nTo send flowers or a memorial gift to the family of John Maurice "Aggie" Dymock please visit our Sympathy Store.