Ted Dickey Funeral Home

2128 18th Street Plano, TX


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    George De'Marcus Lewis


    George realized that he was meant to be a funeral director when he was in the fifth grade. That’s when George’s uncle, a motorcycle enthusiast who was always dressed in his riding gear, died. George’s grandmother had his uncle dressed for his funeral in a suit, which didn’t look right to young George. His uncle never wore a suit! George asked his grandmother about that choice, and his grandmother agreed that his uncle should be dressed in motorcycle attire. That's when George knew that he would someday do his best to personalize funerals, making sure a person’s final wishes and the family’s needs are met.

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    Javier A Hernandez

    Funeral Director

    Javier A. Hernandez has served families in Dallas since the late 2000s. He grew up in Dallas and now lives in the Oak Cliff area. In his spare time, Javier hangs out with his family, travels and attends community events.

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    James Michael Jones

    Funeral Director

    James has been a funeral director with Dignity Memorial since May 1978. He attended the Dallas Institute of Mortuary Science, beginning his apprenticeship in his hometown of Lampasas, Texas. After completing his apprenticeship in Carrollton, Texas, at Rhoton-Weiland-Merritt Funeral Home, James joined the Dignity Memorial team.

    Currently serving in multiple funeral homes, James feels “truly blessed to have worked with some of the best funeral directors and staff members during his tenure with Dignity Memorial.”

    James and his wife have lived in Frisco since the late 2000s, and he enjoys spending his time with family, especially their grandchildren, and serving as a greeter at his church, Hope Fellowship East.

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    Theodore L Dickey


    For almost 50 years, Ted Dickey has served the communities of North Dallas through various funeral homes that have borne his name. Ted moved to Plano in June 1970, after earning his degree at the University of Kansas. After graduation, he pursued a career in the investment field, working in both New York City and Chicago. Six months after he married his wife, Carolyn, the couple moved to Plano and purchased the Harrington Funeral Home. Over the years, Ted and Carolyn also owned mortuaries in McKinney, Frisco and Celina. In 1993, the Dickeys merged their businesses with the Dignity Memorial network. That partnership has allowed them to continue serving their friends and neighbors.

    Ted has a firm commitment to giving back to the community. In 1971, he incorporated Plano Sports Authority, which became the umbrella organization for Little League sports in Plano and surrounding communities. He coached youth sports for many years and taught anatomy in the Plano Independent School District (PISD). He served the PISD in the capacity of school board trustee for multiple terms. He also was elected as Plano’s justice of the peace and served for multiple terms.

    Carolyn took an active role in establishing organizations such as Service League, The Women’s Division of the Chamber of Commerce and the Plano Junior League. Along the way, Ted and Carolyn raised two sons and added to their family with a daughter-in-law and a granddaughter. They look forward to many more years of service and community involvement.