Lottie Haley Dixon © Cheyenne Star Submitted by: Wanda Purcell
Lottie Haley Dixon, 89, of Alamogordo, died Sunday, March 3, 1996 at Gerald Champion Memorial Hospital.
Mrs. Dixon was born August 26, 1906 in Van Zandt County, Texas.
She lived in Cheyenne, Oklahoma and Higgins, Texas, before moving to Alamogordo in 1979.
She was a member of the Home Demonstration Club, the Liter-A Club, and the Church of Christ.
Survivors include her daughter, Kitty L. Bowers of Abilene, Texas; her son, Roger Haley and wife Johnnie of Alamogordo; six grandchildren, John Haley of Alamogordo; Luanne Oakley of Albuquerque; Roger Bowers of Lubbock, Texas; Gerald Ray Bowers and Marilyn Barber of Abilene; and Suzie Bowers of Hawaii; ten great grandchildren; and three sisters, Bessie Brooks of Lafayette, Louisiana; Ruby Freeman of Cheyenne; and Melba Mott of Durant, Oklahoma.
She was preceded in death by her husband, J. L. Dixon, in 1968.
Graveside services will be conducted Thursday at 3 p.m. at the Higgins Cemetery in Higgins, Texas with Kenneth Lee Mott officiating.
Friends may call at Rose Chapel Funeral Service in Cheyenne, Oklahoma on Thursday morning beginning at 10:00 a.m.
Forwarding services are under the direction of Hamilton Funeral Home.
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