Ennis Ann Dickerson
July 27, 1936 – May 21, 2020
Ann, affectionately known as “Sis” went home to her Heavenly Father on May 21st 2020. She was the second born of eight children to Earl Ennis Austin and Eloise Claire (Winters) Austin in Ironton, Ohio. Ann retired as a Certified Medical Assistant from Griffin Memorial Hospital in Norman, Oklahoma. There, she provided care and comfort to patients afflicted with various mental health conditions. At times she brought additional clothing for the patients to ensure basic needs were met. This is the kind of woman Ann was; a very compassionate, loving mother and grandmother who would give you the shirt off her back if you needed it. Ann enjoyed mowing her three acre lawn and would use this time to think about ways to solve the world’s problems. She also enjoyed scrapbooking and tending to roses in her garden. Ann was a true blessing to her family and will be deeply missed, but will remain forever in our hearts.
Ann is survived by her daughter Brenda Shonne Dickerson Wehling and son Michael Ennis Dickerson; grandsons’ Matthew Ryan Dickerson and Scott Owen Dickerson; brothers’ Robert Winchell Austin, James Michael Austin and sister Carol Ruth Daniel.
Ann was preceded in death by her parents; Earl Ennis Austin and Eloise Claire Austin; husband George Alonzo Dickerson; sons’ George Owen Dickerson and Randall Scott Dickerson; grandson Christopher Ennis Dickerson; brothers’ Charles Edward Austin, David Leonard Austin, Ronald Frank Austin and sister Mary Ellen Austin.
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Ennis Ann Dickerson
May 29, 2020
My heart breaks for you Michael and Brenda. Your Mom was such a blessing in so many ways. She was always truthful, even if it was hard. She was fiercely loyal and loved with her whole heart. She was one of the strongest women I've ever known. Her passing is such a loss but I hope that you can find comfort in knowing that she had many loved ones to greet her when she left this Earth.
I will miss calling her to check in or for advice or just to hear her voice, especially her laugh. It never mattered how many times I heard a story, she always made it feel like I was hearing it for the first time.
Heaven welcomed a true angel when Aunt Sis arrived.
I love you guys.