Dick, who represented the club between 1957 and 1961, passed away on Thursday following a short illness.
A powerfully-built left wing-half with a ferocious tackle, Dick made 197 appearances for Blues during his time at St. Andrew's and scored 18 goals.
He was a key member of the Blues side that played against European giants Barcelona and Inter Milan in the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup.
He left Blues to join Middlesbrough in October 1961 and ended his footballing career in 1968 as player-manager with Blakenhall FC in Wolverhampton.
Dick is survived by his wife Barbara and three children Richard, Tim and Debbie.
RIP Dick Neal 1933-2013.