William “Bill” Ray Dickerson
June 18, 1955 ~ March 5, 2021
Bill Dickerson, 65, of Desloge, passed away March 5, 2021, at Missouri Baptist in St. Louis. He was born June 18, 1955, in Bonne Terre, to the late Dwayne Ray and Irma Lee (Simpson) Dickerson. Bill was an active member of the Mineral Area Community Elks Lodge 2583 and loved spending time with family and friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents; and his sister, Regina Lee Dickerson.
Bill is survived by his loving wife Cathy (Daffron) Dickerson, children Niki Jo Dickerson-Barton (Aaron), and Neil Schrum, grandchildren Lainey Leeann, and Shaun Alexanders Barton, and a special grandchild William “Will” Daugherty. Also survived by his brother Rick Allen Dickerson and many friends.
Visitation will be held at C.Z. Boyer and Son Funeral Home in Desloge, Monday March 8, 2021, from noon until service time at 3:00 PM concluding with an Elks service. Reverend Steve Jackson will be officiating. Memorials may be directed to Mineral Area Elks Lodge 2583. Bill requested this be a casual event and for visitors to come as they are to the services.
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Cathy & Family,
Keeping all of you in my prayers for peace and comfort for this journey of life. I was admitted to Missouri Baptist Hospital March 5 the same day that Bill passed, and as of now , I’m still here.!
Praying that the Good Lord walks with you Cathy and holds you up with His tender love and Amazing Grace as you go through this valley of death and be reunited together at God’s timing on the other side of Jordan.
If st a later time you need to talk or go out for coffee, let me know I would be more than glad to meet with you and talk❤️
Bill was a good man and had a great outlook on life and his work ethics were above reproach.
So sorry that he left his loved ones behind because , the ones left on earth are the ones suffering.
Prayers and hugs as you blindly go through these next few days, weeks, and months feeling lonely and “Begin again” on your continued life on earth.
Live , Laugh & Love as you never have before❤️
Praying for the peace that passes all understanding fall like dew on your shoulders daily 🙏
Sister in Christ and classmate of 73- North County,
Our hearts and prayers go out to you and your family. We remember Bill as a great person and wonderful neighbor.
Mark and Pam
Cathy, we are sorry for you and your families loss. Mike, Jeanetta and Betty
Sending many prayers to the family during this difficult time. Bill was always so neighborly, always a wave when we would pass by in the subdivision. Thought and prayers to all his family!!
The Wimmer Family.
Cathy and Niki. We are so sorry for your loss and pray for your families. We will not be able to attend the service as I have the office by myself on Monday but will be remembering you in our prayers.
Cathy and family:. We are so sorry for your loss….our thoughts and prayers are with you always.
So sad to hear of Bill’s passing, I really enjoyed working with him in the early years at Lee Mechanical.
Sincere condolences to Cathy and family.
RIP “Billy boy” I will miss you!
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during these difficult times. We are sorry for your loss. He was a man we could all depend on and has left a void that no one person could ever fill.
Kathy our deepest condolences go out to you and your family I hope you and Bill know how much I loved him,he was like a dad to me he used to call me his illigitamit son . He was always there for me know matter what and I'll never forget him.
I miss you Daddy. The link is from a video I made you a few years back, and even though they are not all pictures of you, you know everyone in them. We had such an adventure, didn't we? Now I know what you meant when you said you were happy I found my home in Phoenix, but you wished it wasn't so far away. If you can see me from Heaven, I'm blowing you kisses. I will think of you every time Shaun asks to go for a ride and every time Lainey loves and hugs our mutt Coconut. You are so far away, but I see you in every wrinkle in my 47 year old face.
To my Beautiful, Lifelong Friends, Mom and Daddy, Thanks Again.
It has been a year. I still think of you all the time, at any moment in the day. I miss you and see more of you in the wrinkles of my face each time I look in the mirror. I pray for you, Dad. I love you.