Virginia Page Dixon Tucker

Birmingham, Alabama

1918 - 2013

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My condolences, Mrs. Tucker was my high school math teacher and someone I remember every Christmas as I decorate my tree. She once asked me to draw a Santa Claus pattern on graph paper for one of her sewing projects. The next Monday I was presented w/the Santa and a lovely fabric ornament... both still brought out each holiday. I have never forgotten her.

So sorry for this loss to the family. Virgina was my high school math teacher at Waynesboro High who to my knowledge was respected and loved by all. She was later my law client.In the classroom and as a client she was disciplined and knowledegable but with a quick wit and a good sport.I will remember her as a friend.

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Our hearts are so saddened for the loss of mawmaw Tucker. She was a wonderful and gracious lady who loved us all unconditionally. She was an inspiration to each of us in her own way, and made everyone feel like family. The world has lost a wonderful person that can never be replaced. To have known her and be loved by her was a great honor. Her wisdom and advise will always go with us. RIP in peace mawmaw, you work here is finished. Rest high on the mountain. Until we meet again. You will...

I'll so sorry to hear about the lost of your grandmother. may god bless and keep you my prays is with you


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Virginia Page Dixon TuckerRoseland - Virginia Page Dixon Tucker, of Roseland, left us on Monday, April 15, 2013, at age 95. She was born and raised in Natchez, MS.She is survived by her son Dixon Withers Tucker and his wife Nancy Kay Collins of Chesapeake, VA; grand-daughters Penny Lyn Menard,...

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