Anne Clare “Bolding” Dickens slipped past the veil on November 2nd, 2019 at 89 years of age. Friend to so many and stranger to none.
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Greeted by those on the other side are Anne’s parents, Anne Clare “Wray” Bolding and Sidney Porter Bolding; Anne’s husband, Ray Leon Dickens; Anne’s daughter, Betty Louise James, and Anne’s baby brother, Edward Porter Bolding, Marruby Land and many more.
Anne is survived by her siblings, Stella Wolfenboger, who remember Anne here, the longest and best. Not forgetting, nor forgotten by Anne’s children, Linda Anne Dickens, Sidney Ray Dickens, Steven Allen Dickens, and Howard Leon Dickens along with, grandchildren and great-grandchildren, enough to fill a home, with just enough room for love to be with all. All of Anne’s new friends at Meadow Creek are remembered, as well.
Anne was born on March 31st, 1930 in San Angelo where most of her life was lived. She was very self-reliant. She loved cats, dogs, plants and anyone who came near.
Anne was a housewife for years and always our mother. “The hardest, yet the most rewarding, job in the world.” She was an incredible cook and excellent teacher of “the art of cooking”. Anne cooked at numerous San Angelo schools including Goliad and Lake View High School.
Anne stood for years as a crossing guard on Armstrong and 22nd, protecting the children and waving at the those that passed.
This seems such a small amount to share on the long and productive life that Anne lived, but all these, color-filled events and memories are difficult to express and scribe on black and white paper.
You will understand this if you were fortunate enough to know Anne Clare Dickens.