Charlie Dick, the widower of singer Patsy Cline, died Sunday (Nov. 8) at his home in Nashville at the age of He had assiduously represented Cline’s musical and personal legacy since she was. Charlie Dick, the widower of Patsy Cline and the man who kept her legacy alive over the years, died earlier on Sunday at the age of Dick was a linotype operator for the Winchester Star in.
Charles Allen Dick (May 24, – November 8, ) was an American Linotype operator who was best known as the widower of Patsy Cline. Patsy Cline had two children, Julie Simadore, born in and Allen Randolf Dick (Randy), born in Their father was Charlie Dick and he married Cline in For Cline, it .
Patsy Cline and Charlie Dick walk down the steps of his mother's home in Winchester on their wedding day Sept. 15, She was 25, he was Patsy wore a light-blue two-piece knit outfit, and the fringe on her hat stood up as a breeze passed by. Song "You Belong To Me" ©Patsy Cline. Disclaimer. In September , Patsy Cline married her second husband, Charlie Dick. He was a linotype operator for a local newspaper, The Winchester Star. Just a year after they tied the knot, the happy couple welcomed their first child, Julie Symadore Dick. After Cline’s death, her mother, Hilda Hensley, took her children as she wished on her will.
Patsy Cline and Charlie Dick were two young, passionate musicians from working-class backgrounds. After meeting at a club, the two struck up a relationship, and it seemed like a perfect match. Charlie Dick, the widower of Patsy Cline, and a man who was very much responsible for helping to keep to artistic legacy of his late wife intact over the years, died in his sleep Sunday morning.