I will missed you. Rest in Peace.
Dear Cobi, Stacey, Stephanie & Doug and family: so sorry to hear about your Grandfather/Dad's passing. My prayers are with you all. Kindest regards, Susan
To the family of Senator Alan Dixon
I regret very much missing his wake. Please accept our sympathy on your great loss.
Senator Dixon was clearly a historic person who exemplified all that is good and wholesome about American politics.
He set the mark for all of us who serve whatever our position. He never forgot the words of Speaker Sam Rayburn that, “any office within the gift of the people is a great honor”.
Alan Dixon's long tenure in public office as well as his work as an attorney was marked with distinction. He was a man of competence and integrity, but with unfailing courtesy to everyone with whom he dealt.
I can still recall Senator Dixon's concession speech the day after the primary in 1992. He spoke eloquently of his years of public service and he stated, something to the effect: “I have drunk deeply from the fountain of public service and I am fully satisfied…” My memory may cause me to forget the accuracy of this quote, but his vivid description of a great career is something we should all remember especially those who serve in public office.
Senator William Haine – Illinois State Senator – 56th District
Senator Dixon was among the few far-American politicians who believed that democracy and human rights are not only selected, but for all mankind. Thank him for all that he opened his door and pointed me confidence as an unknown person to carry on the fight for the freedom of my people and all people.
Wife and family of Senator Alan and all Americans to express my deepest sympathy with the firm belief that the good Lord receive Senator Alan under its protection.
Dobroslav Paraga, Zagreb, Croatia
Liz,, Sorry to hear of your Father's passing. Prayers go out to you and your family.
Jody and family: You have lost a wonderful husband and father and America has lost a great public servant. God bless you all. And God bless the Gentleman from Illinois Bob and Joanie Dixson
Deepest Sympathy to the Dixon Family.
Donald & Joyce Arnold
I am sorry to hear of your dad's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this time.
T boughs and sympathy to the family.
Dear Jodi and family;
My husband, Rich and Al went to school together, attended many political functions together and throughout his career Rich said he was pleased to call Al "friend".
Dearest Jody and Family,
Vernon and I loved Al so much. We will miss him. Much love and God's healing in your heart.
Dear Jody, Margy and I offer our deepest sympathy. Alan was truly a great fellow and one of the few genuine politicians. Sincerely, Robert and Margy McGlynn
Stephanie I'm so sorry to hear of the passing of your father. Will keep all of you in my prayers.
To Alan's beloved family our deepest sympathy for your loss. He was truly a great person and served the people well.
Debra McNeely & Kay McGrew
We are sorry to hear about your loss.
My parents loved Al, and we send our condolences to your family.You are in our thoughts and prayers, Sincerely, the Dore family
WE ARE SENDING OUR LOVE,PRAYERS&CONDOLENCES TO THE DIXON FAMILY,FRIENDS&ALL WHO KNEW MR. DIXON.
OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH JODY AND HER FAMILY.
My condolences to the Dixon Family and words of comfort knowing he will rest, but he will stand up for his lot at the end of the days (Daniel 12:13) ~ Lwd
My condolences to the Dixon family. May the God of tender mercy and comfort be with you and your family. 1 Cor.1:3
May the peace of God that excels all thought guide the Dixon family through this difficult time. (Philippians 4:6,7) Please accept my condolences.
May family and friends keep the fond memories and good times close in their minds to help give them strength. Also remember that God is love, 1 John 4:8 and He want all to draw close to Him at this most difficult time.
Jodi, our condolences to you and family.Dick & Lucille McGovern, Miramar Beach, Fl.
Alan Dixon and I met in the late 50's in our Young Democrat Days. Our friendship grew over the years. We worked together on numerous campaigns for many Democratic candidates and causes. He excelled in every office that he held. He was a champion for the little guy and the working people. I truly admired the guy for his courage and positions on their behalf. He was a dear friend that we ALL will miss. So long Pal. Bob Gibson, President Emeritus, Illinois AFL-CIO.
Jodi and family,
So sorry to hear about Al, Jodi. You have our deepest sympathy.
I,ll always remember the times we had at Dixon Travel, and visiting you and Al in Washington.
"May God's deep love and understanding help you in your grief"
With love always,
Ann and Gene Procasky
Cape Haze, Florida
I was fortunate to be able to work with The Senator and he was a wonderful person.
A Great American.
Mr. Dixon was a very good man.
Sorry to hear of your dad's passing. My thoughts & prayers are with your family during this time.
Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your loved one today and always.
Jodie... those of us that grew up with you and Alan had the privilege of knowing him almost all our lives. I remember how impressed my dad was when Alan got elected at age 21---those were the days of 'Teen Town' remember?
My heart and prayers go out to you and your family--- he was a bigger than life presence and we will all miss him terribly
Rosie (Buchmann) Miller
Sorry to hear of your dad's passing. Thoughts & prayers to you & your family during this time.
I was blessed to have worked with Alan Dixon in service to the people of Illinois. I am saddened at the loss of this brilliant, principled man who never forgot where he came from, but I am hopeful Jody and the Dixon family find comfort in the knowledge that Alan Dixon's wonderful legacy of service, integrity, and genuine fellowship will endure forever.
"Well done good and faithful servant." (Matthew 25:23) As a college student, along with then Comptroller Roland Burris, then Secretary of State Alan Dixon, responded to my telephone call for help. Staff members laughed at my audacity… but these two gentlemen listened and helped me. He was a true public servant… Again, thank you Sir. Prayers and thoughts for peace during this season of grief and new beginnings.
I was sorry to hear about the death of Alan Dixon. He served the public's interest for many years. Family and friends can look forward to seeing him again with perfect health under the rule of the Prince of Peace forever.
Mrs. Dixon and Family,
Sorry to hear about your dear husband. You have our condolences and you're in our prayers. May the God who gives peace be with all of you.-RO15:33
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
RIP My stepfather was friends with you and worked the local political scene with you for many, many years. You wrote the nicest letter to my mother when he passed. You were in DC and couldn't make it back in time for his funeral. I never had the chance to meet you until the day you were moving into your offices at Bryan Cave. I was working there at the time and introduced myself in the elevator. Handling your own doc boxes I might add. Folks there were excited to have you on board. We thought a lot of you in my family. Peace and healing to your family and friends.
Dear Dixon Family I heard about the passing of Alan Dixon.my condolences's.luv,Faith
Thank you for your service to our great state of Illinois.
My sincere condolences to the entire Dixon family.
Jeff and Family:
So sorry to hear about the death of your father. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Your dad touched so many people in a positive way and wore that ever present infectious smile.
So sorry to hear of Mr. Dixon's passing. He was a true gentleman.
Jeff, So sorry to hear of the passing of your precious Father. He was always so nice to me when I saw him in my younger days. May God be with with your family at this time.
Senator Dixon was one of the finest public servants in Illinois history- an honest, intelligent, and kind man who dedicated his life to serving the people of Illinois and the United States. May Senator Dixon's family and many friends be comforted knowing that the thoughts and prayers of countless Illinoisans are with them during this difficult time.
So sorry to hear Alan's passed. Honest, sincere, friendly and a very kind man who will be remembered as a true patriot and family man. So sorry Jodi and family for your loss. Alan was a good friend I will never forget him. God Bless you Alan...
My thoughts and prayers go out to Alan Dixon's family. Hopefully memories and some time will help them. Icolene Witkus
A great man and friend - sympathies and prayers to Alan's family