Sarah Elizabeth Dickens, 64, of Hollywood, Florida, is now with her Lord and Savior dancing the night away! Sarah passed away on March 10 from her over twenty year battle with Parkinson's Disease.
Sarah was born in Statesboro, GA to Ernest and Norma Jean Blitch on May 7, 1954. She graduated from Miami Central High School. She married Steve Dickens on October 3, 1974 in Miami. Sarah was a self-proclaimed "domestic engineer" and devoted her life to her family.
Sarah is preceded in death by her brother, Robert Blitch and her father, Ernest Blitch.
Sarah is survived by her husband of 44 years, Steve Dickens; her children Sylvia Dickens Farber and DJ Dickens Lagos; her brothers Bill, Donnie, and Vernon Blitch; her sister, Tina Blitch; her mother Norma Jean Blitch, and her six grandchildren.
Memorial services will be held from 10 am to 12 noon on Monday, March 18, 2019 at Fred Hunter Funeral Home, 6301 Taft Street, Hollywood, Florida 33024 with a reception to follow. Arrangements are by Fred Hunter Funeral Home.
In memory of Sarah, the family asks you to make time during your gift of life to dance and sing-even if off key! In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Michael J Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research at www.michaeljfox.org
Sarah, my sweet and precious friend is enjoying the light of heaven again tonight and her kind and gentle spirit will be sorely missed here on earth. It was an inspiration to see the loving marriage she and Steve have had. One of the strongest I've ever seen. She honored God in all she did and Dale and I am truly thankful for having known her and Steve both.
Steve and Sarah were the first friends I made when I moved to Florida. They treated me like a son and they became part of my family. Sarah was the sweetest kindest most caring person, she showed love towards my young Sons and my family. I shall miss her immensely.. Love you always.
Steve and family, this news absolutely breaks all our hearts. My you find comfort in knowing that the ENTIRE Dairy Queen crew will forever miss her beautiful face and frequent visits. She was very special to us and enlightened many lives the moment she walked through our doors. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, The crew at Dairy Queen of Pembroke Pines
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