Subject: COVID-19 Safety Plan- Putting Families First
We are privileged to serve those who desire our services during their time of need. We take the safety and health of your family very seriously. We always strive to exceed the expectations for every family, and will continue to do so during these challenging days ahead. We want to ensure you; we are taking extra precautions in our facility by sanitizing it daily. We need your help, COVID-19 is sweeping the nation and requiring our immediate attention and adjustments in the way we manage our services. Please be considerate and help us as we try to keep our families, staff and facility safe.
The management Eddie & Jackie Nelson and the Support Staff of Nelson’s Funeral Home sympathetically announce the passing of Mr. Leland C. Dickert 76, of Columbia, South Carolina.
Leland “Bucky” Dickert was born on March 19, 1944. He graduated from Olympia High School in 1962. After graduating he joined the Army and trained at Ft. Jackson. Bucky retired from the City of Columbia after 20 years of service. After a long illness, Bucky passed on Monday, August 10, 2020.
Buck ( as many called him) was an avid and devoted Gamecock Fan. He enjoyed celebrating the games and good times with friends at Jaco’s Corner. The Bombers games provided not only a part-time job, but an escape from his declining health.
Leland Dickert was pre-deceased by his parents, Leland and Odell Dickert. He was also pre-deceased by his beloved sister and friend, Frances Sharpe. He is survived by his brother and sister-in-law, Mike and Tammy Dickert. He is also survived by several nieces and nephews.
Rest In Peace our brother and uncle as yours was a hard fought road to Heaven.
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