To the Dickson Family:
I have numerous fond memories of Bud Dickson. Many years ago, when I was hired at Mott Brothers, Bud was given the task of training me to drive the truck route. Bud was very proud of that big rig and found it challenging to let me get behind the wheel. I'll never forget one Friday, I was driving and Bud was my co-pilot. The weather was nasty and I was white-knuckling it all the way. I made a rather sharp curve a little too fast and it was 'beyond' Bud's comfort level. Out of the corner of my eye, I noticed Bud was stomping on his imaginary break pedal. Once safely on the other side, Bud turned to me and laughingly said, "You know Lohn, since I've been training you, I'm feeling much closer to the Lord!" We laughed together about that incident for months to follow.
I will always remember Bud's love for his family, his honestly, strong work ethics and constant patience with me.
Please know you're in our thought & prayers,
Lohn & Evie Webster