ForeverMissed
Service: Friday, July 2, 2021 10 AM Visitation 11AM Service
Phillips Memorial CME Church 839 W North Bend Rd Cincinnati, OH 45224

Interment: Vine Street Hill Cemetery

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Eunice Dykes, 75 years old, born on July 1, 1945, and passed away on June 22, 2021. We will remember her forever.

Professional Services Entrusted to W.E. Lusain Funeral Home
Posted by Willie Dykes on July 2, 2021
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. Eunice will be missed by all.
Posted by Lynn Currie on July 2, 2021
Auntie what can I say? You had such a impact in my life.You loved your family unconditionally.You will truly be missed. You used to say Linda gal your tail sho know what to do☺..You inspired me more than you will ever know!! Heaven sure has a Beautiful Angel! Love You and You Are Truly Missed!❤
Posted by Mississippi Sister's of P... on July 1, 2021
My dearest auntie, l miss you so much, l miss our phone calls when you would say hello Mrs. Ricks. It tickled me so, we had deep conversations about life's troubles, and lite-hearted ones full of laughter. You are and always will be my second mom. I know it's all in his plan, and his will shall be done. But this is a hard one Lord. Watch over her babies lord they just loss their father, and now their mother, Give them strength, endurance, pick them up and carry if need be. I ask this in Jesus name Father Amen.
Sandra Ricks
Posted by Tamara Burton on July 1, 2021
You will definitely be missed auntie! I remember you always saying “Tamera, come here give me hug! You so pretty!” I will miss your warm hugs and how much you loved your family auntie! Rest easy and watch over us like we know you are!
Posted by Shaun Dykes on July 1, 2021
Happy Heavenly Birthday Auntie!! I am going to miss you telling me that I look like my Grandfather. Fly High Auntie.
Posted by Ernest Dykes on July 1, 2021
I remember every time I would come over when you live on malvern and you always made sure my stomach was full and I kept a smile on my face. You would tell me and Angelo we better not drink today, ima miss them warm and Cousy hugs. Love you auntie ❤️❤️❤️
Posted by Ernest Dykes on July 1, 2021
You will be missed Aunt Eunice I love you ❤️❤️❤️
Posted by Shauntia Edwards on July 1, 2021
Growing up you think grandmothers live forever. I hate to say I wish I would have said or did this as an adult but I genuinely do. As a Child you never made a difference with me no matter what judgements were made. You loved me for me, always told me I was beautiful, a diva and your grandchild. I’m forever grateful for the times we were able to spend together. Summers at your house were a blast, you sneaking money in my hand saying don’t tell your sister or cousin and come to find out we all hand money. I love you granny and I want one of those tight hugs when I see you again.
Shauntia Eunicesa Edwards
Posted by Tara Jarrett on July 1, 2021
Heaven and has gained an Angel. Aunt Eunice was always full of laughter and joy when all of the sisters visited Muh’s house in Brownsville,TN. You’ll be missed and remembered by many.
Love you.. The Jarrett Family
Posted by Lanita Dykes on July 1, 2021
I won’t say goodbye I’ll say see you later because I promise to live right and do right as you always taught me to. Thank you for always loving on me no matter what. The true definition of a wonderful grandmother! Rest peacefully Granny Pooh! Until we meet again❤️
Posted by Sharon Carter on June 30, 2021
Aunt Eunice when I thought to write something about you I looked to see what your name means. Your name means good victory. Every time you graced Brownville TN with your presence good was present in your smile, your love, your style, charisma, and words. Victory was present in living your best life. The Gause girls and Wilbert will never forget you. You have left a lasting impression on our lives.
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Posted by Willie Dykes on July 2, 2021
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. Eunice will be missed by all.
Posted by Lynn Currie on July 2, 2021
Auntie what can I say? You had such a impact in my life.You loved your family unconditionally.You will truly be missed. You used to say Linda gal your tail sho know what to do☺..You inspired me more than you will ever know!! Heaven sure has a Beautiful Angel! Love You and You Are Truly Missed!❤
Posted by Mississippi Sister's of P... on July 1, 2021
My dearest auntie, l miss you so much, l miss our phone calls when you would say hello Mrs. Ricks. It tickled me so, we had deep conversations about life's troubles, and lite-hearted ones full of laughter. You are and always will be my second mom. I know it's all in his plan, and his will shall be done. But this is a hard one Lord. Watch over her babies lord they just loss their father, and now their mother, Give them strength, endurance, pick them up and carry if need be. I ask this in Jesus name Father Amen.
Sandra Ricks
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Shared by Cordet Dykes-Veatch on July 1, 2021
No more Mardet.....that's what she called me. This hurts a lot because she was like a second Mom to me. The memories are what I'll hold on to. I saw a blue balloon flying high the other day. I know it was you saying hey kid. Rest easy Auntie Eunice....fly high you got your wings!