Jimmie D. Dixon • June 25, 2020

Jimmie D. Dixon, 76 of Pensacola, passed away on June 25, 2020. A visitation will be held at Pensacola Memorial Gardens Funeral Home on Wednesday, July 1, 2020 from 6pm until 8pm. The funeral service will be at 10 AM on Thursday, July 2, 2020 at Barrancas National Cemetery.
A processional will leave Pensacola Memorial Gardens Funeral Home at 9:00AM to the cemetery.

  1. Lyle Tippetts says:

    A truly good man has gone to his reward and to be reunited with those have preceded him. I will miss him until I see him again and I know I will.

  2. Donna Myrick says:

    I was lucky to have Jimmy as my Brother-in-law, just cut too short. Jimmy was the most kind, caring, talented man and showed my Sis all the love and happiness he could and more. He will be dearly missed. Love and comfort to Teresa and family. 🤍

  3. Rosanna & Pratt Clanton says:

    Brother Dixon was such a nice, friendly, welcoming, knowledgeable and sincere person. He was a great husband to Teresa! Peace and our love be with you, Teresa.

  4. Nellie Daniel says:

    Bro Jimmie
    Was a awesome man
    Have only known him short time
    He was a great man of the Ward
    He will be missed
    Fly high Bro Jimmie

  5. Lorraine Brown says:

    Brother Dixon was a remarkable man. He truly loved the church and Gospel. He had a tone in his voice when he gave talks or was teaching Sunday School that drew you in.
    He had a way of bringing others together. We will definitely be missed.
    I’d like to say Thank you to both Jimmie & Teresa for allowing us to witness your courtship, marriage and to see that love is a very special thing regardless of age or how many years you were married.I don’t think I have ever seen him without a smile on his face.

  6. Jessica Nicholson says:

    A great man who will be greatly missed. He has a higher calling now! God blessed all those who knew him! Prayers and love!

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