Akkerman-Ingebrand • Mora, MN
320-679-1933

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Mora, MN • 320-679-1933

Braham, MN • 320-396-2121

EILEEN DICKINSON

AKKERMAN-INGEBRAND FUNERAL HOME – MORA

Eileen Dickinson, of Glen (Sugar Lake), MN, formerly of Mora, died on Wednesday, September 19, 2018 at her daughter’s home in Circle Pines, MN.  She was 82 years old.

MEMORIAL SERVICE will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Monday, September 24, 2018 at Grace Lutheran Church in Mora.

MEMORIAL VISITATION will be from 3:00-6:00 p.m. on Sunday, September 23rd at Akkerman-Ingebrand Funeral Home in Mora; plus one hour prior to the service on Monday at the church.

Eileen Elizabeth (Lucht) Dickinson of Glen, MN (Sugar Lake), formerly of Mora, MN, passed away on September 19, 2018 at her daughter Kelly’s house in Circle Pines, MN. She was 82 years old.

Eileen was born at home September 23, 1935 in Whited Township, Kanabec County, MN to Edward and Florence (Brandt) Lucht. She was raised on a farm and attended Quamba school (1st – 8th) and graduated from Mora High School in 1953. She married her high school sweetheart Harlow Dickinson on August 14, 1954. From this marriage 5 children were born. Many fond memories were made on the farm followed by a move to town in 1972.

Eileen was employed at Tinker & Johnson’s, Kanabec Hardware, and Grace Lutheran Church for 22 years until she retired in 1995. They purchased a lake home in 1983 on Sugar Lake. She was a member of Grace Lutheran Church of Mora and Bethesda Lutheran Church of Malmo, MN.

She enjoyed cooking, baking, crocheting and dancing with dad. But she found her greatest joy in playing card games with her children and grandchildren. Mom loved to see her family spending time and enjoying themselves at the lake. She will be truly missed by all who knew and loved her.

She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Harlow, son Barry, and sister Ruby Okerstrom.

Eileen is survived by her children, Brad (Mary Kay), Barb (Kurt) Neitzel, Brenda, and Kelly (Charles) Oehrlein; daughter-in-law Colette; 10 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren; sister Edith Gorham; sister-in-law Genell Klande; many other relatives and friends.

16 thoughts on “EILEEN DICKINSON”

  1. We are so sorry for your loss. We are happy to have gotten to know Eileen and spend a weekend at the cabin with her. It was easy to see that she adored her family (and her iPad).
    Take care and I hope you can continue your Holiday get-togethers since I’m sure she will be watching all of the fun.

  2. Our deepest sympathy to all of the Dickinson family. We were fortunate to be a part of this family for 50 some years and we have many many fond memories of our outings with Eileen and Harlow.

  3. So sorry to hear of Eileen’s death. I was in a 500 card with her for many years. She was a wonderful player and loved it! Diane Peterson Greenagel

  4. We are so very sorry for the loss of your Dear Mom. She was a wonderful lady. Praying for God’s Peace & Comfort in your time of sorrow. She lives on with many sweet memories!

  5. Sorry for your loss. The Dickinson family were always great friends to my family. My thoughts and prayers are with your family in this time sorrow. Peace.

  6. I’m so sorry for your loss! Your family has had to endure so much. My thoughts and prayers will be with you in the coming days.

  7. So sad to loose Eileen and for this great loss for the Dickinson family. You are all in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

  8. Our heartfelt condolences to your family. Both your Mom & Dad were wonderful people, always so warm & welcoming. We have many great memories of time spent with them at Sugar Lake. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

  9. We were so very sorry to hear of Eileen’s passing. You are all in our thoughts. Remember all the good times, they will lift you up day after day.

  10. So sorry for your loss. I will miss the contacts with Eileen over the years. We were high school classmates and were together in our “Lucky 13” group of girlfriends in high school. We have been Facebook and email friends and connected that way when it was no longer easy to physically get together.

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