Lawrence-Dixon-Obituary

Lawrence L. Dixon

Joliet, Illinois

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I am so very sorry for your loss. I remember Larry laughing and joking around at the old #5 station. I used to walk there from East High to see my dad and could usually find Larry sitting in "his" chair by the door watching a baseball game on TV. They had a lot of fun at that ole station. I'm sure he and Kingfish are kickin' back keeping an eye on all of us. God bless...

I know how close you four sisters are. Please accept my deepest sympathy on the loss of your brother.

Larry always gave more than he took.rest in peace.
David H Strobert

Kathy and family
we are so sorry to hear about Larrys passing. We sure had some great times in your garage. Larry was one of the kindess and gental and helpful gentelman we have ever met. God bless all of you.Rest in peace my friend.
Bob @ Sue Arend

We are so sorry for your loss. Many thoughts and prayers to the entire family.

So sorry for your loss. We will miss him.

You will be greatly missed Larry!
Love, prayers and strength for Kathy & family through this rough time. We love you.
Xo

Larry was a great person. He also was a great firefighter. I will miss my brother.

Deb and Pam,
Although we never met your brother our thoughts are with you during this sad time.

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Dixon, Lawrence Lee Age 69, of Plainfield, passed away Friday, March 22, 2013 at Presence Saint Joseph Medical Center with his family at his side. Born February 7, 1944 in Aurora, he was a veteran of the United States Army serving in Alaska. He retired as a firefighter from the Aurora Fire...

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