business career in 1966.
At age 23, he
opened the first of the highly successful Gas and Save Service Stations in Northern California.
Over the next seven years, he
service station chain to include 30 locations.
In 1973, Mr. Dickman
business and retired at age 30.
In 1975, he
was approached by Phillips Petroleum Company
with a request to take back control of the 30 stations.
Within three years, he
successfully doubled the business operation to 60 locations.
Since then, Dickman
has had vested interest and ownership in various restaurants, hotels, ranches and many land development projects.
In 1987, he
entered into the video business and successfully created three separate companies with over 400 locations.
Dickman has served on the Board of Directors for the Utah Children's Center, Duck's Unlimited Organization, and is an active member of the Salt Lake Chamber of Commerce.
has received numerous awards during his
career, including the distinguished Silver Award from the United Way.
wife, Charleen, have five children and nine grandchildren.
enjoys hunting and spending time with his