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Mary L. Dickman

January 15, 1952June 14, 2021

Ash, NC

Mary Lee (Lemons) Dickman, 69, passed away June 14, 2021, peacefully at home from a long term illness. She was also a Type 1 Diabetic warrior for 66 years.

She was born in Ronceverte, WV, the daughter of the late Arnett and Vera (Ballengee) Lemons. Survivors include her husband of 48 years, Dale; and her daughter, Angela.

She was a graduate from Greenbriar East High School and received her Bachelor’s degree from Bob Jones University, Greenville, SC. She taught elementary education at various Christian schools. Mary loved spending time with her family and being involved in her church, Anchor Baptist Church of Little River, SC.

Visitation is scheduled from 1:00-2:00pm on Monday, June 21, 2021, at Anchor Baptist Church, Little River, SC. Funeral service will begin at 2:00pm.

There will also be a memorial service at Mountain View Baptist Church, Alderson, WV, on June 24 at 2:00pm with visitation at 1:00pm. Internment will be at the Adkins Cemetery, Flat Mountain, Alderson, WV.

In lieu of flowers, Mary would like donations sent to Bearing Precious Seed, Milford, Ohio, for the printing of Bibles. Contact BPS at bpsmilford.org

Memories and condolences may be left at www.leefhandcrematory.com

Lee Funeral Home and Crematory of Little River/North Myrtle Beach is serving the family.

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GEORGE SAMAHA

June 21, 2021

Mary was one of those rare, precious people whom we were privileged to meet. She radiated the love of Christ in her life. We were blessed by her presence.

Anna Bryant

June 21, 2021

Dale Angela words can’t express how sorry I am in the loss of Marylee she was the friend you could talk too be sure you always got a bible based truthful answer in a caring way she was a dear friend showed me the way to God as my savior she will be missed love and prayers always anna

Elliana Fetsko

June 20, 2021

Brother Dale, please accept my sincere condolences on the passing of your dear wife. Although I knew her a very short time, she was a blessing to me through her beautiful music. Mary will be missed. I have no doubt that she is so happy to be in the presence of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. May she rest in peace.

David Spencer

June 16, 2021

Bro. Dale and Angela,

Mrs. Mary Lee Dickman was truly a saint of God. Her dedication and love for the Lord was seen in her life and even in her appearance. I remember her teaching at Ballard Christian School many years ago. Also, I remember taking Bro. Arnette Lemons to Angela's wedding and seeing Bro. Dale and Mrs. Mary at the same time. Our prayers are with you as you already know. Heaven's Sounding Sweeter all the time.

Harley Lemons

June 16, 2021

It seems like only yesterday that Mary Lee, Ronnie and I were playing on the big rock at PaPaw's and attending those wonderful family get togethers. Mary Lee has been a wonderful mother and wife, while always keeping her faith strong during her 67 years fighting diabetes. God bless you Mary Lee.

Hannah Dickman Martin

June 15, 2021

Aunt Mary will be missed! I remember going to visit her in West Virginia when I was a kid, and the fireflies and roses there at the farmhouse, as well as the family stories I heard. And later on, through her cancer diagnosis and her outreach to us, we became friends as adults; I enjoyed her texts and encouraging words.

I have especially been touched by her life over the past 3 years; she was always quick to say, "God is good"; and I know it wasn't all easy. She was shining Jesus to those around her, and that encouraged my heart.

I know she is glad to be in heaven with the Lord Jesus now, but we will certainly miss her.

Praying for you, Uncle Dale and Angela! Love and hugs to both of you.

Jennifer Lewis

June 15, 2021

Aunt Mary Lee was always so sweet and kind. She always had a smile and brought laughter wherever she went. She loved her family fiercely! Thankful she is at peace with the Lord now and no longer in pain. Much love to Uncle Dale and Angela.

Laura Workman

June 15, 2021

Mary Lee was my mother’s second cousin. She and my mother spent a great deal of time playing together as children, and then when they grew up, they each had their own daughters. Mary Lee was always so sweet and kind to me when I would visit to play with Angela. She truly was a loving and gentle soul.
She and Dale attended my parents’ 50th anniversary vow renewal and she graciously agreed to play the piano at the last minute. Seeing her and my mother enjoying their visit is one of my favorite memories.

Pat Pugh

June 15, 2021

I know Mary Lee is in a much better place. But I know that doesn’t relieve any of the hurt of missing her. She was a special lady. Mom and I send our condolences. Our prayers are with you. Hopefully I will see you on the 24th. Pat Pugh and Pearl Bowyer

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