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James Dickens Sr.

Rocky Mount, North Carolina

Mar 13, 1929 – Aug 18, 2017 (Age 88)

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James "Jim" Russell Dickens, Sr. March 13, 1929 - August 18, 2017 Rocky Mount 88, went to his heavenly home on Friday, August 18, 2017. Jim was born on March 13, 1929, in Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina into a family of mill workers. His parents were the late Cleveland Shepard and...

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My Sincere Condolences to you, Carol, Rusty and Missy. I gain the Jim Dickens account while working at Quickprint, Inc. and your father and I became fast friends! We maintained that friendship over the years, I will truly miss him. You are in my Thoughts and Prayers, God Bless You.

Jim was a great guy and a great interview. He wore his many passions on his sleeve and we all loved him for it. The ACC Golf Championship remains one of the greatest events this community has ever hosted and we have Jim to thank for it.

Oh, Mr. Dickens, please RIP. I will miss your smiling face.

Through Action or Manpower Temporary Service, I manned the phones for the office one day while they were all gone to the Business Expo at Tarrytown. From that day forward, every time I saw Mr. Dickens, we always chatted about that day. He always had a nice compliment for me. He was an awesome man and a joy to work for. He will always hold a special place in my heart.

To his family, I am sorry for your loss. My...

My sincerest condolences for your loss. Your Dad was an awesome man, I truly admired him. May God Bless and Comfort you.

Carol, Rusty and Missy - Your dad was one special man and will be missed by everyone. I'm so happy that he crossed my path back when he was with NCR and stayed on it when he started his printing business. We were all blessed by his presence. Am thankful.

Rusty and Carol, I know this will be a void in your hearts as well as our community. God Bless you and your family. Brian Joyner

a wonderful friend who treated all people the same. I have lost great friend and Rocky Mount has lost great citizen. The memories of Jim Dickens will live in this city as he cannot be replaced. Go Tar Heels