Amos Eugene Dixon
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age 70, earned his wings of eternal rest from our Lord and Savior on March 27, 2020. He was born March 11, 1950 to the late Amos and Dorothy Dixon in Gary, Indiana. Amos attended Tolleston High School and later received his GED. In 1970, Amos enlisted in the Army where he served in the Vietnam War. Serving in numerous capacities, Amos retired from USS (Tin Mill) in 2017 as an electrician dedicating 45 years of service. Amos is preceded in death by his father, Amos Dixon; mother, Dorothy Dixon and sister, Denise Dixon. He leaves to cherish his memories; loving and devoted wife of 41 years, Charlotte Dixon, 2 brothers; Claude (Paula) Dixon of Stone Mountain, GA and Gene Dixon of Gary, IN; 2 sons; Amos Jr. (Kristi) of Greenwood, Indiana, Keedrick Dixon of Merrillville, IN; daughter, Keeia Dixon (Significant other Willy Watson) of Merrillville, IN; 8 grandchildren; 4 great grandchildren and a host of family members and friends. Our family would like to extend our sincere thanks and gratitude for your love, condolences and more importantly; your prayers. In honor of our loved one, our family has decided at this particular time to conduct a memorial that will be announced at a later date, location and time. Visitation Tuesday, April 7, 2020 from 12 noon to 4pm at the Guy & Allen Funeral Chapel. Interment: Evergreen Memorial Park, Hobart, IN.

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Published in Post-Tribune on Apr. 5, 2020.
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April 6, 2020
I had fun growing up with my brother. As adults, we used to party together until we both settled down and got married. I loved him and am going to miss him very much. Goodbye for now.
Your big brother,
April 6, 2020
Eugene was my brother-in-law for 41 years and I not only loved him to death, I liked him an awful lot too. I met him when I was just 21 years of age - the same summer I met his brother and my future husband, Claude. Eugene was such a humble man who was always there for me. After we had moved out of town and my mother would need help with anything, I could always call my brother-in-law and he would be at my mother's house taking care of the problem. My one regret is that he never made it to Georgia to hang out with his retired brother. I always encouraged him to come because I could envision them having a ball together! They loved each other so and always seemed to enjoy each other's company so much. Rest well, my friend, until we meet again. You've paid your wages. Now the onus is on me to be the best person I can be so that I might be counted worthy to be there to see you again. Love you always.
Your sister-in-law,
Paula Dixon
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