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Description: Obituary RONALD DIXONPublished: February 27th 2012
Source: TCRC Division 76

It is with great sadness that we inform you of the passing of Brother Ronald Dixon. Dixy spent his entire career in yard service and was they type of guy that we all looked forward to working with. He had a love for motorcycles and snowmobiles. Dixy was a genuine union man who cared about the fortunes of us all. He will be missed by all of us who had the good fortune of knowing him.

The members of Division 76 wish to extend our deepest sympathy to the Dixon family, we share your loss and pain.

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RONALD THOMAS DIXON 1952 - 2012 It is with deep sadness that we share with you the passing of Ron Dixon on February 27, 2012. We lost a loving partner, son, grandfather and friend. Ron was born in Winnipeg, MB. He was predeceased by his two brothers, Roy and Rick, and closest friend Gordie Schulkins. He is survived by his partner of 28 years, Jessie Jones, his mother Merle Dixon (Don Erickson), granddaughter Jennifer, and his many extended nieces and nephews. He also leaves to mourn his close friends Al Crane of Winnipeg and Earl Walsh of Ottawa.

In September 2008, Ron and Jessie moved to Gull Lake where they retired in 2010. Ron worked for CP Rail for 27 years. Ron's love of his Harley Davidson was well known by all who knew him. When he wasn't riding his Harley, he was wearing one of his collection of Harley Davidson t-shirts. Ron was a kind and gentle person and you could often find him lending a helping hand to family, friends, neighbours or at charity functions. I SHALL NOT PASS THIS WAY AGAIN Through this toilsome world, alas! Once and only once I pass; If a good deed I may do To a suffering fellow man, Let me do it while I can. No delay, for it is plain I shall not pass this way again.

Donations may be made in Ron's memory to the Ron Dixon Technical Scholarship Fund Epilepsy and Seizure Association of Manitoba. Funeral service will be held on Saturday, March 3 at 10:00 a.m. with viewing half hour prior to the service, at Chapel Lawn Funeral Home, 4000 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg. Interment and reception will follow. Chapel Lawn www.chapellawn.mb.ca 885-9715

 

 

     
 

 
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