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Lillian S. Dickinson

Laredo, Texas

Aug 18, 1940 – Apr 12, 2018


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Lillian S. Dickinson Licensed Masters’ Social Worker-Advanced Practitioner, (retired)


Mrs. Lillian S. Dickinson was born on August 18, 1940 to Abelardo and Lillian Hein Salinas.  They both preceded her in death.

She was a 1958 graduate from...

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Dear Willie, I am thinking of you and sending my condolences to all of Lillian's family. She and I shared many United Way memories because of her true dedication and service to others.

My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this very difficult time. Rest In Peace my beautiful, dear friend.
Diana R. Alexander

Dearest Willie, Richard,Michael, Robert and Salinas Family
It is with great sadness to know of Lillian's passing..
she was known to us as the Admiral with much love and admiration ...we shared many fun times, carne asadas and vacation time in Mexico with her and Willie....we regret not being in town to express our most sincere condolences to both families...she was so true to her long beautiful service in helping others...she will be terribly missed, we will treasure in our hearts...

My deepest condolences to the entire Dickinson family during this difficult time.

My deepest condolences to you and your entire family during this difficult time.

Keko Benavides

My deepest Condolences to you guys. We reach a point in life that we become the parents of our kids. Like you have reached this point where your mom has now gone to be with her parents. I know your feeling and send my love to you guys. Remember your mom is in in heaven now with her parents. She will always be with you .God Bless you and I love you.

Sending my most sincere condolences for the loss of such a special lady. She had one of the most beautiful hearts I ever had the honor of knowing. Will miss her a lot!

Please accept our sincere condolences for Lillian's pacing. I meet Lillian many years ago in Ruth B. Cowl Rehabilitation Center and had the opportunity to see the way she conducted the center, patients and employees. She had grace, poise, finesse and a great compassion for everybody in need. May her memory and all the great deeds and accomplishments give you comfort in these hard moments. We loved Lillian and wish her peace. Ephrim, Fanny & Chuck Stavorowski

My deepest sympathy is sent to Lillian's family and friends who will feel her loss in their lives. Consolation comes from knowing that God is helping you through this time, as you feel His warmth. Lillian has reached her goal and will be rewarded with God's mercy for her strong faith in Him, His death, burial and resurrection. She is in His arms now and feeling the greatest happiness there is.. God bless all whom she has touched during her life of service.