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Olice Earl "Dick" Dixson Sr

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Friday, March 1, 2013
Rewritten by: Annajo Cantrell Limore

Olice 'Dick' Dixson passed away June 14, 2001 in Eufaula, Oklahoma.

Mr. Dixson was born April 25, 1916 in Maud, OK to Marshall and Maud Dixson. He married Blondena Scribner on Dec. 22, 1934 in Guthrie, OK.

Services were held June 18 at Kelley memorial Chapel followed by burial at Greenwood Cemetery under the direction of Black's Shipman & Merritt Funeral Home of Eufaula.

Surviving him is wife of the home in Eufaula; a daughter, Dena Owens and husband Tim of Yukon; a son, Melvin Dixson and wife Jennifer of Springfield, MO; three sisters, Bernice Horton of Oklahoma City, Wanda Wilson of CA and Lovetta Jackson of Duncan; two brothers, O. B. Dixson of Oklahoma City and Bob Dixson of Norman.

He was preceded in death by his parents; a son Olice Dixson, Jr, and a brother, Happy Dixson.

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