20202021ObituariesDickie Ray George

March 7, 2021by SealeUser3

July 1, 1936 ~ March 7, 2021

Dickie Ray George, 84, passed away on Sunday evening, March 7, 2021, in Pine Grove, Louisiana.  Born July 1, 1936 in High Island, Texas. Dickie was a beloved brother, husband, brother in-law, uncle, father, grandpa, great-grandpa, paw paw Dickiepop, Dickie Bird and friend to all. He is proceeded in death by his mother Dorothy Berwick George and Father Joseph George of High Island, and two precious angels Carter King George & Lilly Grace Ballard.  Left behind to continue his Legacy is wife of 61 years, Dianne King George of Pine Grove, and children Brenda Jo & Roger Ballard of Pine Grove, LA, Douglas & Suzanne George of Liberty, TX, Phillip & Robin George of Liberty, TX, Melissa & Randy Barnette of Liberty, TX, Clifton & Cheryl George of Lorena, TX, Roger & Christy George, of Pine Grove, LA, 13 Grandchildren: Morgan Jo George, Robert Ballard & wife Misty, Zachary George & wife Amber, Megan Fregia & husband Denton, Tyler George & wife Amanda, Tiner Ray George & wife Kelli, Kaylee Rainey & husband BJ, Collin George, Brady Barnette, Mark Barnette, Cole George, Molly Barnette, Clifton King George, 11 Great Grandchildren: Peyton Fregia, Addyson Fregia, Aiden George, Colton Ballard, Alexis Ballard, Madeline George, Hudson Rainey, Kalli Jo Ballard, Kinsley George, Remington George, Hadlee Rainey and Tatum George is on the way.  He is also survived by his brothers Delbert Bull of High Island, TX, Michael George & Wife Jeannie of Anahuac, TX, Steve George & Wife Peggy of League City, TX.

Dickie was a native son of High Island, TX and will forever be remembered as being full of life and always wanting to put a smile on everyone’s face.  To know him was to love him!  He was a true High Island Cardinal at heart, graduated in 1954 in the top four of his class……. After High School, he worked several jobs around high Island and he loved to fish, hunt, ride horses and even tried the Rodeo.  He loved the rodeo, roping, riding, bucking broncs, but he gave it all up after meeting Dianne in 1958 to get a real job working in the in the Oil Fields of High Island. Getting married in 1959 changed Dickie’s life, he became a father in February of 1960 and by June of 1970 he had his dream team in place.  Dianne will tell you there were many hard days back then, but Dickie never worried about money… he would say. “I can make more money tomorrow”.  Working and Family were the two greatest things in his life, he knew that he had to work and take care of his job, so he could raise his family.  To say Dickie loved High Island is an understatement, he had Children in the High Island school system for 28 years, so he was definitely involved.  Dickie loved his community, He with Dianne by his side volunteered their time to supporting the school district in many ways, from helping the Ag and Athletic departments to being two of the founding members of the High Island Cardinal Club, created to support the school and provide scholarships for students.  Dickie was loved by many and always left the doors open at home for his children and their friends.  He never turned away anyone in need and always wanted to lend a helping hand.

Dickie considered himself just as much a King as he did a George. He loved Dianne’s side of the family very much and they Loved him in return.

A Celebration of life will be held at the Pine Grove United Methodist Church on Saturday, March 13, 2021.  Hwy 449, Pine Grove, LA 70453.

Visitation 9:00 am to 11:00 AM, Celebration of Life 11:00 AM, Internment to follow.

In lieu of flowers, please donate to the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank (www.brfoodbank.org) 225-359-9940 or the food bank of your choice.



  • Ann Pavliska

    March 11, 2021 at 3:52 am

    Cliff and family, so sorry to hear of your dad’s passing. Prayers to all of you during this time of grief. When reading his obituary, I realized he left one huge legacy. He was proud of his family and his home town.. love to you all!


  • Molly Sullivan Armour

    March 10, 2021 at 8:27 pm

    I always felt welcome in the George home. Thank you, to the family, for sharing this kind and loving man. Hugs to Dianne!


  • Phillip Permemter

    March 10, 2021 at 5:28 pm

    Going to miss him he was like a Second Dad to me


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