May God Bless your Soul Aunt Eliza
From Norma Marie DICKERSON
Met her years ago @one of Halie's birthday parties. She was a beautiful lady, inside and out.
You are forever in my heart, I will love and cherish all of our memories together. I am so sorry that I am not able
to attend your going away party. Just know that I love you! I thank GOD that he placed a perfect angel in my life, but I know he needs you as well. Please watch over us all, give my grandma a kiss and tell Ray to save a dance for me and dont eat all of the candy. you guys have fun up there until we meet again I love u forever and always
When Eliza met Rey she had no idea what was about to happen in her life. She not only made Rey happy but was welcomed into one of the largest, most loving, caring families I know, with open arms.. But feelings were mutual. She was loving, caring and wise with a sense of humor and she fit right in. She loved and was loved. I always enjoyed her company when I was in one of the Burbank family's homes.
My thoughts and prayers are with you all as you share your loving memories of this very special lady.
I worked with Eliza many years ago at RCA. She was always the life of the party and always kind and helpful.
Prayers for the family.
My deepest sympathy to family and friends. Eliza was my sweet neighbor and will truly be missed. Rest in heaven. Love your neighbor.
My condolence to the family & friends of Eliza Dickerson. I grew up down the street from the Dickerson’s, & although I haven’t seen her in many years, I remember her as a kind person. As you cherish the many memories, reflect on the time when death & sorrow will be conditions of the past! (Revelation 21:3,4; 1Corinthians 15: 26) This is a promise made by our loving God Jehovah & Jesus Christ guaranteed the hope of seeing our loved ones again by means of the resurrection. (John 5:28,29; Acts 24:15; Isaiah 26:19). May God’s word, the thoughts & prayers of others and the many fond memories of Miss Eliza comfort you each day, as we await the fulfillment of His promises! (Joshua 23:14)
I am so sorry to have heard of all the Burbank family loss. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.
Granny. God blessed my Gramps with another beautiful lady in his last years of his life, in addition to making you our grandmother and mother to a very large family so many years ago. I am so thankful I was able to talk to you Sunday morning before you went home to the Lord. You blessed me in so many ways Granny. Your warm, loving heart and how much you cared for all. I will miss our phone calls, hugs and kisses. And will miss buying you the Halo oranges. I love you Granny. Please watch over us.
To the family of Eliza Dickerson.
Eliza, a beautiful rose and a beautiful spirit. She will be missed, but we will forever hold on to the cheer in her smile and the joy in her laughter until our Savior returns to take His children Home to the Kingdom He has prepared for His children.
She was a good soldier for our Lord and Savior.
My you be comforted with our prayers in the passing of your loved one.
What a wonderful caring step mom she had so much class and fit into our family so well from her laughs and smile and always a kiss to great you you've earned your rest Eliza ......until we meet again
Miss Eliza. One of the sweetest souls,and warmest smiles of anyone I've ever met. I always enjoyed chit chatting with you,and will miss the warm hug and kiss on the cheek whenever I seen you.
Rest easy,sweet lady.
Eliza you were so full of life up till the time had come for God to call you home. Thank you for bringing such joy and light into not only Gramps life; but also to the rest of us. I will always think if how you kept us on our toes! I won't give away your secrets. I love you. Until we meet again. Jenn
My dear sweet Eliza, I will never forget my Dad"s" lady" and meeting you for the first time on Thanksgiving day at Brian"s house. Dad had told me about your cancer and decision not to have surgery. Naturally my nurse disposition took over and I had a talk with you about all the LADIES I HAD TAKEN CARE OF WITH THE SAME DIAGNOSISwho had done well and encouraged you to have the surgery. Several weeks later my dad called to tell me you would do the surgery . The surgery went well and he was at your side your whole recovery time ..Think of all the years, tears, happiness, cruises, Upper Peninsula, dances, bowling, fishing,casinos and dinners we would have missed with you if you hadn't listened. We will have a BIG void without you Dear. Fly like and Eagle! Watch over and guide us . Enjoy your mom and dad, my dad and mom, brother Bobby. Love you always and forever :)
As you know Eliza was a little differant from us, She was older. Thank you so much for letting us partipate and enjoy life with you. You will be missed but always loved. Dale
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