Anne Brenner & Cortney Stewart
Mary Alice, our love and thoughts are with you.
To the worlds best patient, from the worlds best nurse:
I will miss you so.
Stacy, Coleen, and Amber wish to express our sympothies to the Dickenson Family.
He was my good friend, My Prospecting Buddy, I learned alot with Bill, and I was always picking his brain for more info on Mining and Mining History. He had a Wealth of information in him, and I regret that life got away with me that I was unable to spend more time with him when he was so sick. You could have asked for kinder, loving, special people than Bill and Mary. I would do anything for Bill and Mary, he was my special best friend I loved Bill to death and I will miss him very much.
You will find a tattered tent-pole with a ragged robe below it;
You will find a rusted gold-pan on the sod;
You will find the claim Iím seeking, with my bones as stakes to show it;
But Iíve sought the last Recorder, and HeísóGod.
Sleep Well my old Friend!
It was so much fun to have both of you come to Muey's 100th birthday party. I cannot believe they both went to heaven within hours of each other. They are being loved on by our Father in Heaven now. Love you.
Mary Alice....I never had the honor of meeting Bill, but I remember you talking about him with great adoration! You are in my thoughts and prayers.
While I never met Bill, I followed his journey through his fight with prostate cancer. He will be missed. My sympathies to those left behind.
We remember Bill with great warmth and regret only that we had such limited opportunity to get to know him due to geography. It was our loss in every way. He was a man of integrity, love and strength who shared these qualities with his wife.
Mary Alice, my thoughts have been with you andI know how difficult this time can be....knowthat you are i my prayers ---wished that I was in AF......love you,Dianna
Art and Fannie Mackie
What a nice picture. So much like him.Thankful that we got to meet Bill. Wish we knew him better. Enjoyed the ATV rides we did and the team searches we were on togheter in Search and Rescue. Really enjoyed meeting him at the post office where he would have a big tale to tale about something. Always a smile. Mary Alice, he was a lucky man to have you by his side. I know he will be missed.
Bill Dickenson, a gentle and loving sould who taught us all what courage and humility is all about.
Sending my deepest sympathies to MaryAlice and Bill's sons.
Roberta Suber, MSW
Beautiful obit. Thinking about you Mary Alice and this sad time.
Katalin and Joe
What a gentle and humorous man he was.....we will always remember him fondly.
His memory will live on in so many ways. Mary Alice, we love you dearly.
Mary Alice & Family,
Thinking of you at this trying time, My pryers are with you and May God give you the strength, for the long road ahead, Love you
Mary Alice: I am so sorry for this sad news from you. I know Bill was a wonderful husband to you and that you had some wonderful adventures together. May those memories bring you comfort during this difficult time. I love you. Linda
Bill & Shirley Forbes
He will be missed.We share your grief.
Bill and I met some time in the early 70's or late 60's. We were friends for a long time. My life was better because of Bill Dickenson. I will miss him.