Dixie Hogan

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  • "You were such a lady. I always looked up to you from 1960..."
    - judy ribble
  • "Dixie, you were a wonderful, classy woman. You will be..."
    - James Reddell
  • "Both my dad and my grandmother loved you dearly, Dixie. ..."
    - Becky Snow
  • "Dearest Dixie, you are missed greatly already. I am..."
    - Sharron Wood
  • "Dixie, I loved you so much and you have been such a..."
    - Earlene McAnear
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Dixie Hogan LUBBOCK- Dixie Hogan passed away on August 14, 2012. Graveside services will be held 10 a.m. Friday at Resthaven Memorial Park on Friday, August 17th, 2012. The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Sanders Funeral Home. Dixie Joy McMullen was born on September 3, 1929 in Brownwood, Texas. Her parents moved to Lubbock when she was 6 weeks old. A true Lubbock sweetheart, she spent her life as a loving wife and partner to Donald Hogan as well as the dedicated caregiver of her parents, and nurturing mother and grandmother. On the date of their 64th wedding anniversary, she passed in her sleep mere hours after the burial of her dear husband, Don. She is survived by her three children, Rod Hogan, Pamela Kaye, and Penny Burns; five grandchildren, Anthony Stacker, Cecily Keim, Darcy Hogan, Wesley Hogan, and Courtney Lanier; and four great-grandchildren, Greyson Stacker, Jackson Stacker, Weston Stacker, and Cedar Hogan. She is also survived by her brother, Neil McMullen and his family.
Published in The Lubbock Avalanche-Journal on Aug. 16, 2012