Clipped From The Daily Herald
Cecil C, Dickerson AMERICAN FORK - Cecil Charley Dickerson, 54, of 506 King St., American Fork, died Thursday of natural causes at Utah Valley Hospital. He was born March 10.1918 in American Fork to John and Rhoda Ann Wilde Dickerson. He married Rhea M. Freeman on June I, 1938 in Pleasant Grove. They later were divorced. He married Madge Okey Wright Nov. 19,1972 in American Fork, He was a car foreman for Union Pacific Railroad. He was past president of BRCGA, past president of Union Pacific Railroad Old Timers Club No. 34, past president of Maplelon Lions Club and past secretary of Mapleton Riding Club. He had been an auxiliary fireman at Mapleton and was a former auxiliary policeman for Provo, He also was a member of the American Fork Fourth Ward LDS Church and was a member of BPOE No. 849, Provo. Surviving are his widow and two sons, John C. Dickerson, Pocatello, Ida., and David L. Dickerson of Provo; two stepsons, Leland Glen Wright, •Lemon Grove, Calif, and Robert Craig Wright, Thatcher, Ariz.; his mother, American Fork; two grandchildren and three stcpgrandchildren; five brothers and two sisters, Max Dickerson, Nampa, Ida.; Commander Kenneth A. Dickerson, Dickerson, serving with the U.S. Navy; Bob D. Dickerson and Jerry Dickerson, both of Pocatello; Kay Dickerson, Sandy; Sandy; Mrs. Ray (Opal) Jacobs, American Fork, and Mrs. Roy (Leah) Matson, Boise, Ida. Funeral services will be Monday at 11 a.m. at American Fork Fourth Ward chapel. Friends may call at Anderson and Sons Mortuary today from 7 to9 p.m. and Monday until 10:30 a.m. Burial will be in American Fork City Cemetery.