Doris Dixon

Hagerstown, Maryland

1950 - 2017


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Doris Ann Dixon, 66, of Hagerstown passed away on March 14, 2017. She was the loving wife of Charles Dixon for 2 years. Born August 11, 1950 to the late Elmon and Dorothy Edmonds. Doris was a fun loving, caring, and straight forward person who was known to tell you straight forward and matter of...

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What a shock to have read this. So sorry for your loss. I know she will be missed greatly. My heart goes out to you in this time of sorrow.


I hope you know how much you meant to me. I will take care of your son as best as I can. I will miss you very much. Please give my Dad a big hug from me and tell him I love him. RIP until we see each other again, I love you.


Love you so much. I will miss you terribly.

Your Sister

I don't have words to tell anyone. I know she has died because I have seen her. But it was so fast and so unexpectedly. The memory I have of her and there are so many but we were about 6 and 7 and we were standing on my grandparents porch and they had a bull dog and I think he was barking a lot and I picked a small stone up to throw at him and when I threw the stone I hit Doris in the forehead. But the thing is we were standing beside of each other.

Doris I loved you with all of...

To my sister, Doris, miss you very much.

When a Loved one becomes a memory
The memory becomes a treasure..
Never let things unsaid..
but will always love you
Ashley and Dixie
granddaughter and great granddaughter

My precious friend. Your last message to me was, "hey... we forgot to set a date for our next lunch". I will be looking forward to the time that we will meet again. Our "reunion" after 48 years was I believe, a Divine Appointment. Reflecting on our wonderful long conversations, I am confidant that our journey over the past six months was ordained by your creator to remind you that HE loved you right where you were and had traveled with you every step of you earthly ...

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family

Carol Reed