of Searcy, AR
May 18, 1933 - September 21, 2021
Lucile M. Dickerson, 88 of Searcy passed away, September 21, 2021. She was born to the late Joseph H and Mayma C. Alexander Solida in Pleasant Plains, Arkansas on May 18, 1933.She attended school in Pleasant Plains until marrying James Arthur Dickerson in 1951. They lived in Indianapolis, Indiana before moving back to Arkansas where they lived in Hickory Flat, Pangburn and finally in Searcy. In addition to being a wonderful mother and wife, Lucile worked in Real Estate for a while and also many years at Citizens Abstract Company until she retired.She is preceded in death by her husband, James Arthur Dickerson who she had been married to for 64 years at the time of his death. Left to cherish her memory are her two children, James S (Jim) Dickerson and Teri Dickerson Baker both of Searcy, Arkansas; her sister Margie (Gene) Reeves of Bald Knob, Arkansas; her brother Jerry (Linda) Solida of Oil City, Pennsylvania; two grandchildren, Jaden Baker and Haley Baker Burrow; and five great-grandchildren, Riley Jade Baker, Milla Danielle Baker, Jace Daniel Baker, Landry Mae Burrow and Kase Michael Burrow along with her nieces, nephews and other extended family and friends.The family would like to give thanks to the staff of the Springs of Searcy Health and Rehabilitation and Unity Health. In lieu of flowers, the family has asked that memorials be made to a charity of your choice in memory of their mother.Graveside service will be held at Henderson Cemetery in Pangburn on Monday, September 27, 2021 at 2:00 PM. All services are under the direction of Roller-Daniel Funeral Home.Online guestbook: rollerfuneralhomes.com
My heart goes out to this family. I didn't get the chance to meet Lucile but I do know her daughter and she raised Terri to a wonderful person. My heart and prayers are with you all.
I Love You Mom I miss you so terribly
Lucille was such a sweet and kind lady. I knew her thru our work days-she at Citizens abstract and I was in mortgage lending at Searcy Federal then First National bank.
Our deepest condolences to the family. We love you, Jim.
Many Prayers for the family !
Lucille was such a special, kind lady. I have many good memories living next door to the Dickerson family. So sorry for your loss! Hope to see the family at the funeral.
She was one Sweet Lady, in th early 70s I did her hair at Fay’s Beauty Shop, across the street from th White County Court HouseSorry for your loss
Knew Lucille from the abstract work she did at the court house We had lunch together often. A very nice kind lady for sure. Prayers for her family.
We always cherish memories of the special people in our lives. And Lucille was one of those. She was a special lady. Danny and Freda Vinson
I work at the springs of Searcy as a housekeeper and cleaned her room numerous times. She was a sweet lady. Will be missed. Sorry for your loss.