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Celebrating the life of
Mary Ann Dickson
November 20, 1931 - June 22, 2017
Services under the direction of:
Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel
912-352-7200
  • Entombment
  • 1:30pm - Saturday, June 24, 2017
  • First Presbyterian Church
  • 100 West Church Circle (Map)
    Kingsport, Tennessee 37660

May the God of peace comfort you during this difficult time (Philippians 4:6,7). Take comfort in God's promise to do away with pain, suffering and death (Revelation 21:3,4). My condolences to the Dickson family.

Tucker, Locust Grove, GA

Jw.org

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Chuck & Dave - so sorry to hear of your mothers pasding. Always enjoyed her Christmas cards. I continued to send her cards after our fathers death 4 yrs ago. Always such a sweet lady. - the Webb girls

Charlotte Webb Bacon, Pembroke, GA

It is times like these that we rely on the Gifts that God gives. James 1:17 tells us of these perfect gifts from him. Mrs. Dickson has used her God given gifts to enlighten, encourage, and strengthen those around her. Our creator feels our pain and sorrow, but because he has those attributes of love power wisdom, and Justice he will use them harmoniously to fill our grief with joy once again when as John 5 verses 28. & 29 is fulfilled. Our loved ones will come back. If further questions you can contact me at Presutti.john@yahoo.com

John L. Presutti, East Hartford,c, Ct

My condolences to the Dickson family. At Revelation 21:4 Jehovah promises to do away with death forever. We look forward to this beautiful hopw that Jehovah God promises us in the near future. One day soon we will not have to face nor fear our enemy death anymore. For more information and encouragement that has helped me through difficult times such as this is jw.org that offers hope and comfort for the future.

LG, Savannah, GA

Mary Ann Dickson, 85, passed away peacefully at Hospice of Savannah surrounded by her loving sons.

Ann was preceded in death by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Lindsey, a brother, Al Lindsey, and her husband, Charles H. Dickson, Sr.   She is survived by the family she dearly loved; sons, Chuck Dickson, Jr. (Donna) of Savannah, GA, and Dave Dickson (Susan) of Rome, GA., grandchildren, Lindsey Dickson, Dr. Lauren Shank (Jason), Page Sanders (Teddy), and David Dickson, Jr. (Martha); great-granddaughter, Helen Ann Shank; sisters-in-law, Louise Dickson Hawk, Peggy Dickson Harvey, Betty Dickson, as well as many nieces and nephews.

Ann was born in Mississippi and grew up in Alabama, where she met and married Chuck. After residing in Alabama briefly, they moved to Savannah, GA.   In 1998 they moved to Kingsport, TN.

While in Savannah, Ann was a member of First Presbyterian Church, and a former member of The Christian Church, Disciples of Christ. She was a past member of the board of the First Christian Church of Georgia, nine years a member of the Board of Directors for the Florida Christian Center for Older Persons in Jacksonville and a member of the Judicial Foster Care Review Panel serving under Juvenile Court Judges. Ann was also a member of the Savannah Chapter of DAR, Colonial Dames, and Chapter L of PEO. As a volunteer she worked with Emmaus Home Ministry in downtown Savannah and the Inner City Night Shelter. Ann volunteered with Senior Citizens visiting and working with indigent seniors, and for many years volunteered at Memorial Medical Center.

The family wishes to thank Ann’s PEO sisters, Hospice of Savannah, Dr. Samuel McElroy, neighbors and dear friends in the Birches in Kingsport and Kingsport relatives for their love, support, and friendship during her illness. She treasured her church family at First Presbyterian Church, Kingsport.

It was Ann’s wish to be cremated and that no memorial service be held.

Interment will be 1:30 p.m., Saturday, June 24, 2017 at the Columbarium at First Presbyterian Church in Kingsport, Tennessee followed by a visitation in the church foyer.

If so desired, memorials may be given to First Presbyterian Church’s Outreach Ministry, 100 West Church Circle, Kingsport, Tennessee 37660, or Second Harvest Food Bank, P.O. Box 3327, Johnson City, Tennessee 37602.

 

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May the God of peace comfort you during this difficult time (Philippians 4:6,7). Take comfort in God's promise to do away with pain, suffering and death (Revelation 21:3,4). My condolences to the Dickson family.

Tucker, Locust Grove, GA

Jw.org

, ,

Chuck & Dave - so sorry to hear of your mothers pasding. Always enjoyed her Christmas cards. I continued to send her cards after our fathers death 4 yrs ago. Always such a sweet lady. - the Webb girls

Charlotte Webb Bacon, Pembroke, GA

It is times like these that we rely on the Gifts that God gives. James 1:17 tells us of these perfect gifts from him. Mrs. Dickson has used her God given gifts to enlighten, encourage, and strengthen those around her. Our creator feels our pain and sorrow, but because he has those attributes of love power wisdom, and Justice he will use them harmoniously to fill our grief with joy once again when as John 5 verses 28. & 29 is fulfilled. Our loved ones will come back. If further questions you can contact me at Presutti.john@yahoo.com

John L. Presutti, East Hartford,c, Ct

Candle tribute lit by Tommy & Phyllis Alford — Georgia

Candle tribute lit by Tommy & Phyllis Alford — Georgia

My condolences to the Dickson family. At Revelation 21:4 Jehovah promises to do away with death forever. We look forward to this beautiful hopw that Jehovah God promises us in the near future. One day soon we will not have to face nor fear our enemy death anymore. For more information and encouragement that has helped me through difficult times such as this is jw.org that offers hope and comfort for the future.

LG, Savannah, GA


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