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July 21, 2018

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July 18, 2017
I will always love you Dad and will miss you dearly. You were a good man and a wonderful Father. Howard, LaVerne and I remember all the joy you gave to us throughout our years until the end.

Rest in peace my beloved Father!
July 17, 2017
my condolences to the Dickinson family,
I didn't know Mr. Dickinson but I know a couple of his kids and recall that old saying "the fruit don't fall far from the tree". may Mr. Dickinson rest in peace.
July 17, 2017
He was so gentle, kind and loveable. Unfortable describes him too. He was a great musician.
July 17, 2017
I will never forget Uncle Ralph's love of music and seeing him perform. My favorite memory is one he spoke of for years. I was a teen and I was watching Grandma Watson who was living with him and my Aunt Betty at the time. Grandma was a beautiful caring woman but had been diagnosed with Alzheimer's so watching her at my house in Syracuse was challenging. We would have the same conversation over and over. When I got the call saying they were back I jumped in the car with Grandma. While Uncle Ralph had run to the store I made it to Rochester, dropped Grandma and got her settled and was headed back before he got home. He laughed and told the story of how much of a lead foot I had. How I must have sped on the thruway. He had a beautiful smile and such a contagious laugh! I love you and will miss you Uncle Ralph!