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Richard Boles Funeral Service
Sunday December 13th, 2015
3:00pm

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Dennis W. Pickens

Dennis W. ("Slim") Pickens, 66, passed away on Monday, July 10, 2017, in Brashear.

Mr. Pickens was born on October 10, 1950, in Dallas to Geneva C. Pierce and K. C. Pickens. He was an automotive mechanic.

Survivors include his sons: Joseph H. Pickens of San Antonio, Cody P. Pickens of Livingston and Blake C. Pickens of Humble; his daughters: Donsyale Madsen of Mineola and Misty Luann Williams of Humble; his brother, Billie R. Pickens of Winnsboro; and, his sister, Janice Carter of Brashear.

He was preceded in death by his father, K. C. Pickens and his mother, Geneva Boggs.

No services are planned at this time.


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Guestbook

Dennis "Slim" Pickens was a Texas Peace officer and was dedicated to law enforcement is whole life. He was my mentor through the academy and was there the first day I put a badge on. He had nerves of steel and never lost that cowboy lawman mentality. Rest in Peace Brother.

Joe Schutze Nov 15 2017 12:00 AM

Rest in Peace Brother. You were always a mentor to me.

Joe Schutze Nov 14 2017 12:00 AM

My heartfelt sympathy to the family. Knew Dennis all his life and went to school with him. So sorry and shocked to hear of his passing. Prayers of all of you.

Charlotte Petty Henderson Jul 13 2017 12:00 AM

R.I.P. Dennis! Enjoyed the laughs, as your FSPD dispatcher. Fly with the Angels my friend

Rosie Luera-Holland Jul 12 2017 12:00 AM

He and his sweet easy smile will be missed by all of us who knew and loved him . He had been a little brother to me and tagged along with me and sister when we were kids . Rest in bless .

Delores Miles Jul 12 2017 12:00 AM

Cody, Misty and Blake -there will never be another man like your father. He was so down to earth, country and hard headed. He always stood his ground with respect to others. I will remember him just as he looks in this picture - cowboy hat, white shirt, blue jeans and a smile that would go from ear to ear. He is the only person I know that would represent himself in a civil court of law without an attorney and have a judge scratching his head and agreeing with him. Your father studied the law almost as much as he did the Bible. I feel certain he was given a special place to rest with our Lord and Savior. Now, I say this to your father, "Go ride high on that mountain, your work on earth is through." Rest in peace - I tip my hat to you.

Lisa Armstrong Jul 11 2017 12:00 AM