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Betty Sue Dickens Case, age 97

Betty Sue Dickens Case, 97, of Conway, passed from this life on Wednesday April 24th, 2024.  Betty was born on Jan. 26, 1927 in Greenbrier to MaryAnn “Mollie” Sims Dickens and James Walter Dickens.

Betty was preceded in death by her husband, Silas Clarence “Doc” Case; son Jimmy Case; three sisters Maurine Daves, Lucille May and Billie Johnston; and two brothers Melton Dickens and Britt Dickens.   She is survived by two sons, John Robert “Johnny” Case (Alma) and Jerry Case; four grandchildren, Caitlin Case Gregory, Mallory Case Mahan (Nick), Jordan Case (Savannah) and Justin Case (Haley); eleven great-grandchildren, Brooklynn Gregory, Jameson Gregory, Hazel Case, Mackenzie Beene, Hensley Case, Marleigh Mahan, Chyles Case, Mason Case, Noa Mahan, Greenly Case and Walker Case.  Betty is also survived by her former daughter in law, Lori Case Melton and her beloved nieces whom she thought of as daughters and numerous extended family and friends.

Betty was an avid golfer and played to win.  She was club champion at Cadron Valley Country Club for decades and was known across the state for her prowess.  She took pride in both of her hole-in-ones.

She was truly loved by all that knew her whether at the hair salon, golf course or Central Baptist Church where she was a long-term member.

Betty enjoyed making chocolate, coconut and lemon ice box pies for loved ones and will never be forgotten.

Family-hosted Services will be held on Friday May 3rd at 10:30 at Central Baptist Church in Conway with the Reverend Don Chandler officiating.

Arrangements by A Natural State Funeral Service 2620 West Main Street, Jacksonville, Arkansas 72076. 501-9823-400. Online guestbook available at


  • Connie Buescher Posted May 1, 2024 1:07 PM

    Betty was such a wonderful human being. She was loved by people she knew 3 minutes or 30 years. A great example of graciousness and kindness. I will miss her but so glad she is home with her heavenly family

  • Joyce Moore Posted May 1, 2024 8:09 PM

    Condolences to Betty’s family, she was a dear person that enjoyed golf , life and friends. We always called her golfing Betty..

  • Sandy Newman Posted May 2, 2024 10:03 AM

    I met Betty through my Mom, Virginia Sizemore. Mom and Betty were quite a pair. They were such good friends as well as big golf buddies. They loved to win! I remember Mom telling me she would go pick up Betty and away they would go. What a blessing Betty was to my Mom. You never know… Mom, may have been there ( in heaven) to welcome her buddy. Prayers for all of you at this difficult time.

  • Judy Dunn Magee Posted May 11, 2024 3:30 PM

    The last of the Sims cousins to pass. What a delight it was to be around them all to laugh and hear the stories they each had to tell. My mother was Betty’s cousin. I miss them all. Prayers to all Betty’s family.

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