Photo courtesy of Cook-Walden/Capital Parks Funeral Home

Miller Lawrence Dixon III

Round Rock, Texas

Jul 24, 1947 – Oct 29, 2017 (Age 70)

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Worked with Miller at TVA. Wonderful person.

Miller was one of my best friends. We worked together at EMC for many years. When the weather was good we would walk at lunch time around the buildings in Hopkinton. We would share stories and talk about many things. He always talked about moving south when he retired. Miller loved photography. He took my wedding pictures. Now when I look at them I remember him. I remember the way he danced to Mustang Sally at my wedding. Miller was so full of life, an amazing friend, someone you could truly...

My Condolences to the Dixion Family at this time remember the smile. May God Confort you in your sorrow....

My most sincere condolences to the family of Miller. A true friend and Alpha Phi Alpha brother. He was a fun loving guy with a terrific smile. May we all have warm and sincere memories. FVSC, '70

Expressing my deepest sympathy to the family of Miller Dixon. Miller was a classmate and friend of mine while we attended FVSU. May God bless and comfort you

Johnny Johnson
FVSU Class of 1970

The lost of a childhood and life long friend is hard to accept. I send a heart felt message of sympathy in the lost of your love one. May you cherish his memory as I do. In the deepest of sympathy, I pray that god gives you inner peace and cherished memories of this special person.

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.


Miller's Obituaries

Miller Lawrence Dixon III, 70, of Round Rock, Texas passed away on Sunday, October 29, 2017.Born in Perry, Georgia on July 24, 1947, Miller was the son of Miller Lawrence Dixon Jr., and Bessie Mae (Cain) Dixon. His parents preceded him in death as did his 16 year old sister, Bessie Lynn...

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