Mavis Virginia Dickinson-Nims
To My Sweet Southern Belle Mavis, I can't believe how empty I feel knowing that you are gone. We had such great plans for next summer with Colleen & Pat. Even though Roy & I didn't know you for very long, we instantly fell in love with you and Dave. Their our so many happy memories from San Dimas, and we laughed so hard at the silliest things. We are thinking of your entire family now that you cherished so much. As I told you on numerous times, Heaven is the ultimate vacation spot where only the best get that invitation, so I know your are young and beautiful and happy, healthy, and reuniting with your loved ones that have already passed. I will see you again. I Love You and always will. Sharon Mixer
Dearest Dave and Family,
How much I loved to hear Mavis laugh and her southern accent made me smile. The two of you together was always entertaining and fun to be around....I will always treasure those camping trips in Cougar WA. at Yale Reservoir, dinners out, and family get togethers. Dave & Mavis always made me feel like part of their family. Mavis you will be missed forever. My deepest sympathy to her family and friends.
Love & Respect
(Oregon City, Or)
I loved you very much. I will miss your hugs and kisses.
Dear Dave, Dana, Sharon and Chuck,
Just earlier this evening I learned that our dear Mavis had gone home to be in the loving arms of Jesus. I had no idea she was ill even though we had talked just a few months ago. We are thankful she is no longer in pain.
You have our deepest sympathy. We will miss her and look forward to one day seeing that infectious smile and hearing that laugh again. God bless you all.
Offering our deepest condolences during this difficult time.