OBITUARY

Bobby Dickson

February 1, 1944May 15, 2019

An amazing man left this world on May 15th, 2019. He was the best father, grandpa, brother, uncle and friend to many.

Bobby was born in Whitecone, Arizona to Timothy Dickson and Valencia Nez Begay, his parents passed away when he was very young. He was raised by his grandparents, Nakai Denet Nez Begay and Betty Mae Begay. They raised him to be a hard worker and to be a proud dine´ man. He attended Chilocco Indian school in Oklahoma and then went on to serve in the U.S. Army. He worked for EIMCO and Consolidated Freightways until his retirement. My father loved music his favorite being Bob Seger, Bruce Springsteen & Johnny Cash. He had about every genre of music in his large record collection. He loved to golf, play Trivial Pursuit, travel and spend time with his grandkids. He was also a Raider fan for life and he loved all animals.

He suffered with a lot of health problems for the last part of his life. He tried so hard to stay on this earth, but his body gave out, and he moved on to the spirit world. The heart and soul of our family is gone, but he will never be forgotten.

He is survived by daughters, Nora Morley, Becky (Darrin) Moore and Bobbi Dickson. Sister, Sandy (Richard) Anderson and 9 Grandchildren, Timothy, Elijah, Alexia, Aleah, Brooklyn, Andi, Josh, Jessica and Donavin. His Chihuahua, Raider and Many nieces and nephews, who loved him so much.

Preceded in death by parents, grandparents and niece Tonya Avery. A private burial will be held in Whitecone, Arizona in the family cemetery.

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richard anderson jr

May 19, 2019

thanks for everything you ever taught me and thanks for all the music you turn me unto from motown to mississippi blues, texas blues, chicago blues, country rock....QUEEN.....the list goes on and on....and thanks for letting drive your car 120 mph so many times ...with the radio blasting..no talking just driving.....damn uncle...i love you....and i shouldve listen more and taken more advice to heart from you.. so many memories....every song floods the soul with all the good times and family times.....damn uncle...what will i do with out you......i love you..

Rose Avery-Dickson

May 19, 2019

You were the wisest man I knew.
You had a great sense of humor and always made me laugh.
I loved to listen to the stories of your life.
And, to the music you loved.
I miss you and will always love you.
Rose 🥀

Vicky Charley

May 18, 2019

You were always uncle bob, the cool uncle who would visit the reservation and pick me up.. We would spend an entire day cruising, talking and visiting everyone. You are and will always be that COOL uncle, your memories will forever be remembered.

Leah Haswood-Swenson

May 18, 2019

P. Bob, I still can’t believe you are gone. You were such a kind and generous soul. You also had a wonderful sense of humor. I’m glad you were a part of my life and as much as I didn’t like being called “Boo” growing up. I didn’t mind when you called me by my nickname or when you wanted me to tell you the infamous Knock Knock joke 20,000 times. I loved to make you laugh. Gooey loved you so much. I’m glad you were her papa. We will miss you! Love Goo, Boo, Henry, John and Troy!

Becky Dickson-Moore

May 18, 2019

Dad,
This is by far the hardest part of life. It was losing you. I did alot for you, and it was purely out of love. I don't know how I am going to be able to live without you. I know someday we"ll be together. Thank you for being my father you were the best! I will love you eternally. ❤❤
Love always ,
Becky

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY