Shirley Ann Dixon, 70, passed away peacefully at home on June 14, 2013 surrounded by her loving family.
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Mom: It isn’t every the same in time. I’ll change and you’ll change, An the currents of our lifes. This image of this moment
will never fade upon my mind.
Love you MOM. Paul Jr.
ps. You never said, “I’m leaving”
You never said goodbye
You were gone before I knew it,
And only God knows why
A million times I cried
If Love alone could have saved you,
You never would have died
In Life I loved you dearly
In death I love you still
In my heart you hold a place,
That no one could ever fill
It broke my heart to lose you,
But you didn’t go alone
For part of me went with you,
The day God took you home.
We felt like sister, A tear should not fall, My heart grows near I will always love you. Love Christin
I came alone upon your Life, and meet someone so special I will hold upon my heart with joy, for
ever I will always LOVE YOU Shirley.
God saw you getting tired, When a cure was not to be. So He wrapped his arms around you, and whispered, “come to me.” You didn’t deserve what you went through, So He gave you rest. God’s garden must be beautiful, He only takes the best And when I saw you sleeping, So peaceful and free from pain I could not wish you back To suffer that again. Love, Sis
Your finally on equal ground.
SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS!
MARY JOAN AND HUNK
When family and friends get together,I feel aunt shirly will always be there with us.As always.Forever in my heart.
Shirley my dear cousin, you will be missed. Rest in God’s heavenly garden until we meet again.
May you now find some kind of peace. If ever anyone deserved this, it is you.
Rest in Peace Shirley, you deserve it after all you have been through.
I was there the day before and saw a dove on your fence, the next day another dove showed up with the first and knew it was time so when I came inside to see, you were gone and I knew then that God had taken you home where you will be free from pain and suffering and happy from now on.
Buddy and Ashley
Paul Jr. the Seymore and Allison families:
I can share many stories about Shirley in our growing up days. We would always meet our grandparents (Lee’s) for a Sunday dinner..I look back on those days and remember how much fun we had and now see what our grandparents/parents were teaching us though example of family life…Shirley was the leader as being the oldest and always had her hands full of not only their brothers and sister but your Gae/Ken boys. We will miss you Shirley. Go in Peace and know down the road we will all have more Sunday dinner together.
We have you in our prayers:
Just want to let you know you’ll are in our thoughts and prays. Sorry we don’t get to see you’ll very much but we are thinking of you. I love you’ll.
The Bible gives us the wonderful prospect of seeing our loved ones again on a paradise earth. At Psalms 37:9-11 & 29, it gives us the hope of living forever on a paradise earth. It will be a time when Isaiah 33:24 will take place and “no resident will say ‘I am sick.” On this paradise earth, Rev. 21:4 promises us that “death will be no more.” I know this may not relieve your deep grief at this time, but please take faith in God’s promises.