Linda N. Dixon

Born June 16, 1945 in Birmingham, Alabama
Departed February 28, 2022 in Palm Bay, Florida

Linda N. Dixon passed away peacefully at home in her sleep surrounded by family on Monday, February 28, 2022 of this year of our Lord.

Linda will be sorely missed but her family and friends take comfort in knowing that her suffering was not great and she is delivered to her Heavenly Father where there is peace and loved forever.

Linda is survived by her husband Ed; sons David Jacks, David Dixon (spouse Cindy Herndon), and Tommi Dixon; daughters Sonya Pietrogiacomo (spouse Raymond Pietrogiacomo and Chrissy Dixon; grandson Jessie Dixon; nieces Diana Sivadon-Purdum, Donna Sivadon-Ostrander and Theresa Lucas-Doherty; nephews Jack Sivadon, Cary Williams, and Phillip Lucas and many church ministry family and friends.

She is preceded in death by her mother and father Lillian and Phillip Lucas; her sister Rebecca Williams and her son Sidney Jacks Jr.

There will be a memorial service held at Lockmar Baptist Church, 700 Emerson Drive, NE, Palm Bay, Florida on Friday March 11th at 10:30 AM.

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SeQuoia from Palm Bay wrote on March 28, 2022:
I met Linda at church in 2018 & then she become my friend & counselor at Hope Ministries to help me thru a difficult dv marriage & divorce over the last 3 years. Words cannot begin to express how her deep love of Jesus Christ inspired me thru her guidance & example. She is one of the truly most honest people I have ever known as we spent hours each week talking. I hope to in some way follow in her footsteps & continue her legacy of helping & advocating for change & sharing of the unconditional love & forgiveness of that Christ freely gives. My heartfelt healing goes out to Ed who Linda deeply loved & in our sessions she would say how blessed she was to have found such a nice man like him for her husband. I love you Linda & now you have embraced Christ in person,🎚️Your Friend in Christ, SeQuoia
Donna Ostrander from Pam Bay wrote on March 11, 2022:
I’ll hold my words regarding Aunt Linda in my heart. My prayers are for my cousin Dave, Uncle E and our entire family.
Karl and Lynda Goren from Melbourne wrote on March 11, 2022:
Ed so sorry for your loss and yet we have the assurance of an awesome family reunion one day. And what a beautiful way for the lord to bring her home. You and your family are in our prayers.
Katrina Sanderson from Lillian wrote on March 11, 2022:
I will cherish all the memories of my Great-Aunt Linda. She was a beautiful woman inside and out. Always ready with a kind word of encouragement and understanding. I love you and I'll miss you. ❤
Robert and Karen Washington from Yoakum, Texas wrote on March 10, 2022:
Our deepest condolences to Uncle Ed and the family.. Aunt Linda was always so kind and sincere and we will miss seeing her posts and words of encouragement.. our love and prayers to each of you.. Rest in peace sweet lady until we meet again ❤️🙏🏼❤️🙏🏼❤️🙏🏼❤️🙏🏼❤️🙏🏼❤️🙏🏼❤️🙏🏼❤️
Teresa Lucas Doherty from Kimberly wrote on March 10, 2022:
I will miss our confidential conversations that we shared without any judgment but with total understanding and love. Until we meet again..My love always Aunt Linda aka Aunt Krystal ❤ 💕 💙 💗 ♥ 💖 ❤
Roxanne Gipe from Gilmer wrote on March 9, 2022:
Uncle Ed we are so sorry. Aunt Linda will be missed dearly.She was beautiful inside and out. She was always so kind, sweet and loved everyone. We love you and are thinking about you, Love Roxanne and Gregg
William & Bernadette Washington from Yoakum, Texas wrote on March 9, 2022:
Our dear sweet Linda was a blessing to our family and will be sorely missed. Our Heavenly Father has a wonderful angel working for Him. We love you Linda.
Diana Sivadon-Purdum from Palm Bay, FL wrote on March 5, 2022:
Auntie Linda was much more than a loving Aunt to me-she was a second Mother to me before & after my Mother-Auntie’s adoring sister-Rebecca passed away. For my entire life (63 yrs), she has been my closest confidant. As I became an adult our relationship matured into one of best friends. We lived together, laughed & cried together, sang together, shopped together, watched far too many romantic comedies together, traveled together, worked together and served in Ministry together. She loved & cared for my children & Grandchildren as her own as well. She had the love of our Lord & Savior living within her & her desire was to serve Him until He called her home, which she did so faithfully! There are many more family members & others that Auntie loved & who love her greatly, and our common bond is that we will all miss her more than words can express! I’ll see you again in Heaven Auntie, but until then let me tell you once more; I Love You and I thank God that He chose you to be my Auntie!
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