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Paula Dixon

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Paula Dixon Obituary
Paula (Jones) Dixon, 59 of Berlin, NY passed peacefully in the comfort of her home with family on Friday, December 9, 2016.

She was born in Fort Dix, NJ on August 27, 1957 a daughter of Minnie (Stewart) Jones and the late Harold Jones. She graduated from Tamarac High School with the class of 1976.

On November 17, 2007, she married Don Dixon. They enjoyed gardening, 4 wheeling, going to movies and having dinner out at Benners Restaurant. Paula loved her two dogs, Raye and Paisley, Soap operas and TV judge shows.

She was a devoted mother, wife and friend and enjoyed planning family gatherings including holidays and "Game Night". She was known for her infectious laugh, beautiful contagious smile and huge heart. Those that knew her will remember her as always happy and making people laugh. She was an avid Yankee fan and Red Sox hater.

Survivors include her mother Minnie and husband Don of 12 years. Daughter Kandace (Kugler) Videtto and her son Drake of Bennington, VT. Son Josh Kugler of Bennington, VT and great-granddaughter Deklan Briggs. A stepson Lee Dixon of Albany, NY and her siblings Cathy Phillips, Howard, Andre and Robin Jacobs.

SERVICES: A Liturgy of Christian Burial will be celebrated Wednesday December 14, 2016 at 11 am at Our Lady of Snow Church on Owen Road in Grafton, NY. Burial will follow in the Berlin Community Cemetery. Calling Hours at the Church are Wednesday from 9:30 to 10:45 am.

In Lieu of flowers memorial donations are suggested for the Myeloma Foundation or the Second Chance Animal Shelter through the Flynn & Dagnoli-Montagna Home for Funerals, WEST CHAPELS, 521 West Main St. North Adams, MA 01247.

To add to the Book of Memories, please visit www.flynndagnolifuneralhomes.com

Published in Bennington Banner on Dec. 13, 2016
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