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Pat Dickey

  Pat Dickey obit pic“When we lose someone we love, we must learn not to live without them, but to live with the love they left behind.” (unknown)
Patricia Evans Dickey, a devoted wife, mother, sister, grandmother, aunt; a beloved friend; and accomplished realtor, always had plenty of love to share and was blessed with many friends and relatives who loved her and will miss her dearly. Celebrating holidays with her exceptionally large family, immediate and extended, and spending time at family gatherings brought Pat and all her relatives so much joy. Moving forward without her may feel strange and empty, but she would want us all to continue, sharing that love. Throughout her life, Pat’s priorities remained consistent: Love of God, family, and country.Born to parents Leonard and Lula Evans on October 7, 1945 in Stonega, Virginia, our sweet Pat and her beautiful smile, departed this earth on March 19, 2021in Nacogdoches Medical Center after she fought a courageous battle with her health. She leaves behind her devoted husband and best friend, Warren Taylor; son, Bobby Bridwell and wife, Dawn of Nacogdoches; daughter, Michelle Dickey Jacobs and partner, Jeff Stahlhut of Denver.  Pat’s grandchildren will miss their “Mama Pat” as she loved them dearly: Jack Jacobs, Julia Jacobs, Luke Keene, Claire Keene, Alex Biltz, Stuart Blitz and wife, Jamie, and their new baby Henry.

The eldest of nine children, Pat leaves behind her eight loving sisters and brothers: Linda Childs (Terry), Brenda Bottoms (Charles), Doris Page (Danny), Leonard Evans (Martha), Roger Evans (Karen), John Evans (Jamie), Larry Evans (Hope), and Ronnie Evans (Susi Mitchell). For this family, Pat was “their rock,” someone who was ALWAYS there to lend a helping hand, a listening ear, and a shoulder to cry on.  Pat also leaves behind even more family and is survived by Warren’s daughter, Carla Denise Price of Dallas, and Warren’s two sisters, Jean Townsend (Grover) and Joy Smith (Pete).  Many nieces and nephews will miss their Aunt Pat, Douglas Ray, Jr. (Tammy), Deanna Davis (Dr. William Davis), Shannon Starks (Micheal), Kim Childs, Jacob Childs, Ricky Martin, Sherry Page, Christie Weber (Brad), Garrett Evans (Kayla), Travis Evans (Robin), Ryan Evans (Dee), Eric Evans, Sarah Pompa (Roy), David Evans (Colby), Jonathan Evans (Kalei), Donna Ellis (Steve Helmandottar), and Marti Miles-Rosenfield.  Also, Pat leaves behind great nieces and nephews, Jason Ellis (Lauren), Max Rosenfield, Jake Rosenfield, Elizabeth Finley, Brandy Donnelly, Perry Ray, Julia Davis, Payton Davis, Kearstin Davis, Will Davis, Landry Starks, Mikayla Starks, Michael Starks, Jr., Paige Carter, David Harrington, Brandon Gower, Andra Weber, Noah Evans, Madison Evans, Grayson Pompa, Shylee Pompa, Easton Harrington, Kaysen Evans; great-great nieces and nephews, Ellianna Finley, Riley Ellis, and Rex Ellis.

She was preceded in death by parents, Leonard and Lula Evans; husband of nearly 40 years, Clive “Bubba” Dickey; sister-in-law, Carol Dickey Watson; great-nephew, Jordan David Ellis.

Pat spent her whole adult life in real estate, starting in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Before moving to Crockett in 1988, Pat worked with Nowland Mortgage Company in Dallas and became a frequent top-producer for Ebby Halliday Realtors. Once in Crockett, she was a co-owner of Music Mountain water distributors and owner/broker of Pat Dickey Realtors. In 1992, Pat affiliated with Coldwell Banker, forming Coldwell Banker, Pat Dickey Realtors, which she later expanded to Nacogdoches, opening a second office and becoming a member of the Nacogdoches County Board of Realtors. A consummate professional, Pat was a member of the Houston Association of Realtors and served on the board of TREPAC. With great concern for her community, Pat sat on other boards: the All Saints’ Episcopal Church, and Angelina Neches River Authority Board on which she served as secretary. She was appointed to the Houston County Hospital Board in 2018 and was elected to the board in 2019.  In addition, Pat’s commitment to her community also included her involvement with the Boys’ and Girls’ Club, and she proudly supported the Piney Woods Fine Arts as a sponsor.

We will all miss our Pat Dickey, a loving and kind lady known for her courage, compassion and intelligence. May she rest in eternal peace.

Funeral services for Patricia Evans Dickey will be held at 11:00 a.m. Friday, March 26, 2021 in the First United Methodist Church, Rev. Don Mize officiating. Interment to follow at the Evergreen Memorial Park. Visitation will be from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Thursday evening.

Online condolences can be made at www.callawayallee.com

CALLAWAY-ALLEE FUNERAL HOME

11 Comments
  1. Rest In Peace my sweet friend always love you ❤️🙏🏻Prayers for her family🙏🏻🙏🏻

  2. I am heartbroken to hear the news of Pat passing. I not only worked with her for almost twenty years but developed a friendship I treasured and had memories working through real estate problems with laughter. She was certainly a special lady and I will always appreciate her efforts in making me feel a part of her beloved Crockett.

  3. My precious Pat I will miss you so much. You have always been such a blessing and I love you so much.

  4. We have lost a beautiful friend, but we know we shall see Pat in that beautiful place our Lord has prepared for us all. Save a place at the Table, Pat. We will be there when He calls. Until then, we send our LOVE to you knowing you shower it upon us, even from Heaven. We’ll keep loving your family who remain here with us. You have enriched all our lives.

  5. My Beloved Sister, I know you never gave up and neither did I. I guess God needed you there to serve on his board
    and eat at his table. I know you will never feel alone or hungry again. That is my only consolation. You may be walking around heaven with a Butterfinger in your hand right now for all I know. You will always be loved and missed. No one can ever take your place. God gave us the best big sister we could have had. I love you Pat 😘❤️

  6. Oh pat!its only been a few days but the void we have in our life feels like a lifetime.we miss you so much but I have comfort in knowing your with mom.One day will see you again without all the pain.Fly high girl you deserve all the blessing of heaven.love Johnny

  7. Mere words cannot express our sorrow losing our friend Crockett. Her and Warren were the first two people who welcomed us to Crockett and became such close friends. We will miss her smiling face as will so many others. Warren and family we are here for you as Pat was for us. Pat’s memory will live on in our hearts knowing that one day we will see her again.

  8. What terribly sad news. For Pat’s family, I am so very sorry for your loss. Pat was such a sweet lady and valuable member of the community. Prayers of comfort for those who loved her.

  9. Pat will always be remembered.
    I will remember her as lighting up the room and being the life of the party. Condolences to all and much love.

  10. I will always love and miss Pat. Just can’t believe it is a reality. So many wonderful memories of people and places. The most important lessons that she shared with me was her love for God, family and country. Warren, we are here for you in your lonely days ahead.

  11. Precious Pat: The Realestate market has such an empty space without you! You will Always hold a Special place in our families heart. We know Heaven has One more Special angel.

    Death leaves a heartache no one can heal,
    love leaves a Memory no one can steal!
    Love, James, Linda, Sarah, & Daniel Byrd

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