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Patricia Ann Dixon

Patricia Ann Dixon – Age 73 departed this life on December 2, 2021. She was born January 13, 1948 in Nashville, Tennessee to the late Vester Dixon and Ruby Tillery Simmons. Preceding her in death were her parents, sister, Thelma Simmons and nephew, John Wallace III. Pat professed a hope in Christ at an early age and united with Fairfield Missionary Baptist Church under the Reverend James Curry.

Pat worked for Metro Public Works for 36 years. Affectionately called Foxy by her friends, she enjoyed sewing, fishing, traveling, riding motorcycles, puzzles and working in her yard.
Survived to cherish her memory daughter, Demetria (Gregory) Giles; two sons, Edward (Michelle) and Donnomeachi; uncle, George Outlaw, three nieces, Joan (Eric) Coleman, Tanya Wallace and Sheila Baptiste; cousins, Dorcel (Harold) Benson and Michael Jenkins, grandchildren, Adonnus, Dominique, Diamond, Caesar, Edward and Jamila, two great-grandchildren, and devoted friend Charlene Claybrooks Harper and close friends. Viewing Thursday, December 9, 2021, 12-6 with family present 4-6 at funeral home. Visitation Friday, December 10, 2021, 10-11 with funeral to follow at funeral home. Entombment Woodlawn Memorial Gardens.

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A candle was lit in memory of Patricia Dixon

Tonya Simmons Dec 9 2021 11:50 PM

A candle was lit in memory of Patricia Dixon

Helen Featherston Dec 9 2021 9:26 PM

Thinking of your family during your loss. Our condolences. The Spencer Family

Tanya Y Dixon Dec 9 2021 1:21 PM

A candle was lit in memory of Patricia Dixon

Tanya Y Dixon Dec 9 2021 1:18 PM

Thinking of you during this difficult time. My sincere condolences to you and your family.
It is my prayer that God will comfort you and your whole family during this sad time. May He richly bless you as you mourn and may the light of His presence be a continual source of consolation.

Bert H Christmon Dec 8 2021 1:46 PM