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Pearl Dickerson


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Pearl Dickerson Obituary
Dickerson, Pearl
1959 - 2018
A child of God, Pearl lived...and died for others. She always put others first. Family, friends and strangers were the cornerstone of her life. Pearl was a rarity indeed. She was authentic, genuine and humble, a woman of great character, woven of dignity and class. Black, white, pink or yellow, rich, poor, young or old, Pearl gravitated to all people with open arms and her incredible smile. If you were happy, she was happy. Pearl sacrificed so much for so many. Because of her selfless kind acts, passion and commitment to others, she has passed through the gates of Heaven and entered into the house of our Heavenly Father...truly the house of her dreams. God Bless you Pearl. On behalf of the hundreds, perhaps thousands of people's lives you have touched, each inspired and impacted by you in such a positive and glorious way...thank you. May you rest in the peace you so deserve. You will be missed, but never forgotten. Pearl will be deeply missed by her husband, Duke Dickerson; children, Stephen Hensley and Samantha Jane; siblings, Louis Mark Bando, Victor Bando, Faith Bando Loescke, and Dante Bando; and numerous other family members. She was preceded in death by her parents Narciso and Perla Bando, siblings Esther Angela "Cookie" Bando Salyankar and Narciso "Butch" Bando, and her in-laws Steve and Jane Dickerson. At the request of Pearl's family, a private service will be held, and a celebration of her life will be scheduled on the balcony of her new home this summer. For those willing to continue Pearl's legacy of helping others, please consider contributing to the Overbrook Presbyterian Church, 4131 North High Street, Columbus, OH 43214. Contributions will be dedicated to those in need, and given in the name of Pearl. Arrangements are entrusted to SCHOEDINGER WORTHINGTON CHAPEL, 6699 North High Street. To share memories or condolences go to www.schoedinger.com.
Published in The Columbus Dispatch on Jan. 10, 2018
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