Richard D. Dickerson


Richard D. Dickerson, 59. Sunrise August 11, 1951 – Sunset May 18, 2011. He was born in Columbus, Ohio to the late Clara Elaine and R.L. Dickerson. He was a member of Matters of the Heart Christian Church. Along with his parents he was preceded in death by his sisters Janie McNeil, Mildred Walden and Lucille Marie Bass and brothers Leonard Dickerson and Charles David Dickerson. Left to cherish his memory, daughters Alina (Michael) Franklin, Ruby Caldwell, Ricktoria Caldwell, sons William Gwinn, Richard Gwinn and Robert Brentley, stepdaughter Arnika Gwinn, sister Barbara (Willie) Wilson, brother Ralph Dickerson, 8 grandchildren and a host of other family and friends.

Condolence Messages

  1. Michelle Dickerson Tucker

    I Love you Uncle Ricky may in rest in peace in the safe place in God's arms
    Love you always
    Your Niece Michelle Dickerson Tucker

  2. God took Him to His Loving Home

    God saw him getting tired, a cure was not to be. He wrapped him in his loving arms and whispered "es;Come with me"es;. He suffered much in silence, his spirit did not bend. He faced his pain with courage, until the very end. He tried so hard to stay with us but his fight was not in vain, God took him to His loving home and freed him from the pain. (Author unknown)

    We Love you, and I am so thankful to God that you no longer have to suffer anymore. You faught a good fight, now Rest now, in God's Loving arms!!

  3. Please accept my sincere condolences for the loss of your loved one. This is one of the most difficult things we must face in this life. May it comfort you to know that others are deeply touched by your loss. But the bible assures us at Psalms 34:18 that God is near to those broken in heart and those crushed in spirit he saves. He also promises that we will be able to see our loved ones again. Jesus own words found at John 5:28,29 tells us there will be a resurrection. What a wonderful hope! He also says that soon on the earth there will be no more pain, suffering and especially death.
    Revelation 21:3-5 We anxiously await the day when we will no longer lose those we love. May these bible thoughts bring you comfort at this most difficult time.

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