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Billy Dean

Funeral services for Mr. Billy Dean will be 1:00 P.M. Friday, February 2, 2018, at Ligon & Bobo Funeral Home. Interment will follow at Cedar Grove Cemetery.  Visitation Thursday 2-7 PM and Friday after 11 AM at Ligon & Bobo.

Mr. Dean, age 61 of Lebanon, passed away Saturday, January 27, 2018, at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville.

He was born November 6, 1956, in Senatobia, Mississippi. We worked for Walmart thirty five years, currently working in management at the Lebanon store.  He was preceded in death by his father, William Warren Dean Sr.

He is survived by his wife, Susan Oswalt Dean; two children, Megan Dean (Andy Davis) and Andrew Dean (Oriza Sativa); and his mother, Mary Sue Hudson Dean.

LIGON & BOBO FUNERAL HOME of Lebanon (615)444-2142   www.ligonbobo.com

Messages for the Family

  1. Janet Woolfolk White says:
    Many prayers are being lifted up for you and your family from Senatobia. He was a good friend to all.
  2. Michael H. Welch says:
    Sad in Colorado learning about my high school friend. We enjoyed a few good times on band trips in high school. I was pleased to see Billy was a good friend and good boss at his employment. Love to family and his close friends. T-Bone Welch
  3. Betty Kay Whitten Carlisle says:
    Prayers for the Dean family from Senatobia, MS. Praying for peace and comfort for Ms Sue, Susan, Megan and Andrew in the days ahead
  4. Betty Woolfolk says:
    Love and prayers. A little bit of laughter has left this world.
  5. Marcia Williams Kiddet says:
    So sorry to hear about Billy… he was a good friend growing up… He had the BEST music (album) collection of anyone I know… spent many afternoons and weekends listening to his latest albums… you will truly be missed by your friends and classmates in Senstobia… Love to your family, particularly Miss Sue… you were her Pride and Joy…
  6. Jean Bentler says:
    Prayers for the family and friends. Rest in peace Billy.
  7. Alice Fay Tyler Steinman says:
    Prayers to the Dean Family. Good times during schools days with great music and cool black light posters on the wall. Billy always called me by my nickname “Al”. He was a friend to all.
  8. Dale Baucum says:
    Dearest Sue Hudson Dean and Family,

    Sue our families are so intertwined in the North Mississippi parts of our lives. We all grew up together in so many wonderful ways and in the span of unforgettable days. You as one of my mother’s closest friends and I as the the boy that lived three houses down. That ran around the neighborhood in the evening hours with Billy chasing lightning bugs, always dreaming of filling our fruit jars with so many bugs. That our jars would become a lantern shedding light. We all as a collective family shared watermelons, lemon pies, ball games, the Dean Brother’ … Peter Pan Service Station and when we had too. We shared great loss. Our entire family feels your loss and pain for it is ours too. We love you.


  9. Rusty Sweeton says:
    I enjoyed working with Billy at Walmart in the 80’s. We talked a lot about music. He was a good guy. My condolences to the Dean family.
  10. Don Henderson says:
    Sending prayers from your Texas family. My Grandfather, Oscar Henderson was Ruth Dean’s brother. I loved my Aunt Ruth and I share your grief at this time.
  11. Donna Dever says:
    Ms Sue and family, I am so sorry to hear about your Billy. I think of you often. Your in my thoughts and prayers. If you ever get back to Senatobia please come by and see us.
  12. Donna Dever says:
    Ms Sue and family, I am so sorry to hear about your Billy. Your in my thoughts and prayers. If you ever get back to Senatobia please come by and see us.
  13. Julie Jarmon(myranj@centurytel.net) says:
    I am truly sorry for the loss and pain that you, Susan and the Dean family and friends are feeling because of losing Billy recently in death. Most of us have had to endure the sorrow of losing a loved one in death. What helped me the most was prayer and faith in God’s promises like found here at 1 Corinthians 15: 26 and it tells us: “And the last enemy, death, is to be brought to nothing.” Isaiah 33:24 guarantees us: “And no resident will say “I am sick,” ever again. God’s kingdom that Jesus taught us to pray for at Matt. 6: 9, 10 will bring about these wonderful promises, including the resurrection. None of us are guaranteed tomorrow, but we are all guaranteed a resurrection. (John 5:28, John 6:40, John 11:23-25, Acts 24:15, Job 14:14-15)
    I pray you will find comfort reading the above scriptures in your personal Bible. For more comforting scriptures please visit: http://bit.ly/1K38EFt.
    It has given me hope, strengthened my faith and helped me find the answer to Why? I know it will do the same for you. John 17:3
    If you had the opportunity to see your dead loved ones again, alive and in perfect health here on earth, would you take it?
    Of course, we all would!
    If so, please watch this short, faith strengthening video: “Can The Dead Really Live Again?”

    You are in my prayers during this difficult time.
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    You will receive spiritual encouragement to help you through the months ahead adjusting without your loved one, Billy.