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Beatrice Dickson

Beatrice Dickson

Saturday, November 29th, 1930 Saturday, February 15th, 2020

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Obituary for Beatrice Evangeline Dickson

DICKSON, BEATRICE (nee Ross)
On Saturday, February 15th, 2020 at her home in Augusta Township Beatrice Dickson entered into rest at the age of 89 years. Beatrice Dickson beloved wife of the late Lorne Dickson. Dear Mother of Gloria (Paul), Kathyrn King (Eric) and Bill Dickson (the late Janet). Cherished Grandmother of Andrew, Crystal, Shannon and Christoper and Great Grandmother of Tristin, Hunter and Carter. Predeceased by her parents Orval and Evelyn Ross, son Ken and sister Alberta Ballantyne. Beatrice was also survived by a daughter in law Joan and by numerous nieces and nephews.

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Jack Smith

Gloria, Kathy, Bill, Joan
Our sincere condolences for your loss. Bea was a very kind and gentle lady. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
Pauline and Jack Smith
Comment | Posted at 10:34am via Condolence
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Sheila Spence

To Gloria, Kathy, Bill and Joan,
A very difficult time for you all.
Thinking of you at this time, and sending my sincere condolenscences.
Sheila Spence, Perth, Ontario.
Comment | Posted at 04:25pm via Condolence
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pat grant

Gloria, Kathy, Bill, and families
We were saddened and shocked to learn of Bea's passing
Knowing her as we did for so many years,was a pleasure
She was kind, loved her garden,her family,and Lowell Green, the radio guy, was a friend, who, whatever the reason, was always able to be,non-confrontational,genuinely gracious and composed.
We met her in 1970, when we rented an apartment in the old Roebuck school house they owned.We soon became friendly. BumbleBee, as we called her was a good person, who, upon finding out my birthday was the same day as her son's, Ken,, remembered to call me every year on that date, up until Ken passed.That was our annual visit, and we talked at length each year. She never called again following Ken's death. Her children were like our extended family as they grew up.
Bea was a solitary person, who was so proud of her children, and grandkids.
Rest in Peace, old friend
Pat and George Grant
Comment | Posted at 09:20am via Condolence
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