2015-01-08 / Obituaries

Virginia Lee Biehle

Virginia Lee (Dickerson) Biehle was born on October 5, 1933 in Joaquin, Texas to Ray Dickerson Sr. and Era Dell (Glaze) Dickerson. Virginia was united in marriage to Raymond Odes Biehle on June 19, 1951. Their union as man and wife was blessed by two children, Cheryl and Carter. She was a loving and devoted homemaker to her husband and children and a hard worker. She enjoyed working at the Lexington ISD and taking care of any child that crossed her path. She enjoyed sitting on the porch in the swing and visiting all her friends. Her greatest love was her family and she enjoyed being able to cook for them. She also enjoyed gardening, working in her yard and taking care of her roses.

Virginia passed away the afternoon of Friday, January 2, 2015 at in Caldwell, Texas.

She was preceded in death by her Husband Raymond Biehle; parents, Ray Dickerson, Sr., and Dell Dickerson, brothers, James Dickerson, Ray Dickerson, Jr., and Jacky Dickerson, and brother-in-law Pat Ewing, all of Joaquin, Texas.

Virginia is survived by her children, Cheryl and husband Frank (Stormy) King of Lexington and Carter and wife Georgina Biehle of Lexington; four grandchildren, Hilary and husband Daniel Kieschnick of Lexington, Rachel and husband Chris Martin of Bryan, Drew Biehle of Lexington and Audra and husband Brandon Moreton of Lexington; four great grandchildren, Adam Kieschnick, Trace Kieschnick, Tristan Martin, and Eden; three brothers: Gene Dickerson and wife Cathy, Kenneth Dickerson and wife Loyce, and Mike Dickerson and wife Barbara, all of Joaquin, Texas; three sisters: Carolyn Ewing of Joaquin, Nelwyn Owens and husband Sam of Duncanville, Texas, and Kay Brewton and husband Brady of Joaquin; three sisters in law: Joan Dickerson, Rita Dickerson, and Theresa Dickerson, all of Joaquin, Texas as well as numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and a host of friends.

Funeral services were for 2:00 p.m. on Monday, January 5, 2015 at Phillips & Luckey Funeral Home in Giddings with Brother Vernon Ports officiating. Burial followed in the Lexington cemetery.

Memorials may be made to MD Anderson Cancer Research Center or to the charity of one’s choice.

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