DICKS, Brandy Lynn

Cape Breton Post - - IN MEMORIAM -

It is with great sor­row that we the fam­ily of Brandy Lynn Dicks an­nounce her pass­ing on July 24, 2015.

Those who knew Brandy will re­mem­ber her for the won­der­ful per­son she was. Brandy had a large heart full of love for her fam­ily, es­pe­cially her nieces and neph­ews. She had many friends liv­ing through­out Canada where she was em­ployed as a hair­dresser, in cus­tomer ser­vice, and also in re­tail man­age­ment. Brandy had a great sense of spir­i­tu­al­ity and faith in God. Her strength and re­silience in times of chal­lenge was un­matched. She had a great sense of hu­mour and was well known for her bel­low­ing laugh and wide smile. A daugh­ter, sis­ter, niece, aunt, and a friend, Brandy leaves many to mourn her pass­ing in­clud­ing her fa­ther, Ed­ward Dicks; her sis­ters, Crys­tal Dicks, Ni­cole Dicks, Laura Dicks and Lacey Dicks; her nephew, Dil­lon Dicks; nieces, Mireille Landry, Marielle Landry, Faith-Lynn Dicks, Lilly Dicks and Ciara Dicks, as well as her many lov­ing aunts and un­cles, es­pe­cially Patsy Neville and Terry Gushue, with whom she shared a spe­cial bond. Many cousins, ex­tended fam­ily mem­bers and life­long friends es­pe­cially, Nora Troke and Ta­mara Brown.

To ac­cept our an­gel with open arms into eter­nal life are her mother, Colleen Mal­colm, ma­ter­nal grand­par­ents, Su­san and Jack Gushue, and pa­ter­nal grand­par­ents, Thomas and Pearl Dicks.

Ser­vice ar­range­ments are still in process, and de­tails will be com­mu­ni­cated at a later date. “God saw you were tired and a cure was not to be. He wrapped his arms around you and whis­pered ‘Come to me.’”

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