“Sorry to hear about Red. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.
It was a pleasure knowing Red through the exercise class. Everything that has been said is true. What an inspiration to all of us. Always a pleasant smile...with a twinkle in his eye. Before leaving for vacation, I had the pleasure to visit with him at Alden. I'm glad I had that time, just to sit and talk of things. with him.
Thanks, Warren. You were and always will be a blessing to us.
“My deepest sympathies. I was very saddened to hear of his passing. Warren and Daisy were customers of mine whom I looked forward to seeing everytime they would visit. I loved hearing Warren's stories and seeing his pictures of when he was in service.
He always talked about his memories from when he was in service and of course his family who he loved so much, including his grandkids.
Heaven has gained an Angel.
God Bless him and his family.
“I didn't have the pleasure to have known Red that long but I have to say, and I'm sure everyone in my family would agree .... Red was the best medicine my dad could have ever had while they both recovered at Alden and shared a room. He was a remarkable man with such a kind and giving heart. Thoughts and prayers to all of you. May all the wonderful memories you have of Red ease your sadness and loss in the days ahead.
“gone............but never forgotten
“Warren was my neighbor, landlord and friend for the past 14 years. He treated me like family, always had kind words to say of everyone he knew and had a generous heart. He loved talking to my dogs, and they loved his attention. I will miss his war stories and times spent doing lawn work together. The community lost a wonderful man, and the country lost a war hero. My thoughts and prayers are with the Dixon family during this time.
“Thank you for your service Mr. Dixon. My deepest sympathies to the Dixon Family.
So sorry for your loss.
“We were Reds neighbors for 4 yrs. Very nice man who will be missed.
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Dixon Sr., Warren Leroy "Red" 97, of Aurora, passed away Wednesday, September 4, 2013 at Alden of Waterford. He was born June 22, 1916 in Chicago, IL. Red was a 70 year member of Annunciation Church. He was a Third degree member of the Knights of Columbus. He was a U.S. Navy veteran of...Read More