DIXIE JACKSON DEW

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  • "Brent and Brenda, I am so grieved to hear about the loss of..."
    - Michael Hull
  • "I will miss my precious, sweet Dixie. She was so special to..."
    - Shannon Mansfield
  • "Mrs. Dew will be missed greatly! I was in her 3rd grade..."
    - Ashley Rosenberg
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    - Cathy Lewis
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    - Doug Willett
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DIXIE JACKSON DEW

Dixie was born on November 29, 1936, in Momeyer, N.C., to her parents Vernon Jackson and Johnnie Taylor Jackson. She was a faithful and loving wife to Leslie Ray Dew for over 40 years.

Dixie was also a loving and supportive mother. She had a profound sense of right and wrong and strong expectations that her family always do what is best. One of her great joys in life was spending time with her three grandchildren.

Dixie worked for a number of years as an elementary school teacher's aid. She was well liked by her colleagues. Her students loved to have her read to them.

Dixie enjoyed the beauty of flowers and gardening. After her retirement, she served as a volunteer at the N.C. Arboretum on Oleander Drive. She also loved bird watching.

Reading was another of her great passions. She was an avid reader and volunteered for a number of years in support of the book sales at the public library. She was also a member of a ladies book club.

She was an active member of Seagate Baptist church for over 40 years.

Dixie is survived by her children Brent Dew and Brenda Mullen, Son in law Bobby Mullen, grand children Jacob Dew, Eric and Ethan Mullen, Sister Peggy Bass, Brother Walter Jackson, Sisters in law Annie & Barbara Jackson, Ruth Dew and Great Aunt Louise Miles.

Services will be held at Oleander Memorial Gardens 306 Bradley Drive Wilmington, N.C. on Saturday, November 17, 2012 at 2:00 PM.

Online condolences at StarNewsOnline.com

Published in the Wilmington Star-News from Nov. 16 to Nov. 17, 2012
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