Danny Dixon

Morganton, North Carolina

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I am so lost without you Daddy! Remember when you were doing hand stands in a chair, after your first heart attack. My Daddy, my Hero, the strongest man I ever knew... I'm working on mine. I love you!!!! Diane, always your little girl!

Coincidently, the Chief and the Mayor left us on the same day. Danny was the Chief for almost all of my mother's tenure as Mayor. My mother had great affection for Danny. She admired the professionalism, and in particular, the enthusiasm he brought to the Chief's office. By the same token I always thought Danny was very protective of the diminutive Mayor. In an almost psychic fashion, one of the best photos I chose for the DVD prepared for the visitation was a photo of Governor Jim...

Danny lived next door to me in the Eutaw apts for a while, and I couldn't have asked for a better or funnier neighbor. He will surely be missed.

I was PROUD and HONORED to Serve under Danny during the 70's at the FPD. GOD BLESS the family in these dark times and COMFORT them is EVERY WAY POSSIBLE. R.I.P. CHIEF !

Dear Danny and Diane,Iam deeply sorry for the loss of your father.I remember the times growing up when both our families would get together on lots of weekends.As we called him Uncle Danny back then,he was so kind.Thinking of you both.Love,Susie Coates Moore

Danny JR.and family,I was so sadden by the news of Dan's death.He and the OZ are
together again.My thoughts and prayers
are with you all.He was a really good friend.

Danny Jr. Please contact me when you have time. Just saw where Mayor Finch passed away too. All I can say is that heaven just got two of the best.

Dannyjr. When we were in elementary school at Mary MacArthur and your dad stopped by occasionly i thought he was so cool. So very sorry for your loss.

Our deepest sympathy to you and your family during this difficult time. May you find peace in knowing that one day you will be together again.


Danny's Obituaries

MORGANTON - "Courageous in a time of danger" was the motto of the Fayetteville Police Department, which was the focus of retired police chief Danny Dixon, as he pursued his dreams to keep the residents of Fayetteville safe from harm. On Wednesday, Dec. 26, 2012, he walked into the gates...

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