John Dixon

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DIXON - John D., 81, of Colver, passed away on Thursday February 23, 2023 at Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center.   Born July 2, 1941 in Twin Rocks, the son of the late Samuel and Mary (Zeiters) Dixon.  Preceded in death by siblings, Margaret Marlin, Samuel W. Dixon Jr., Mabel Gima, June "Ruby" Davis, Frank Dixon, Nora Mae Charles, and James "Bud" Dixon; and grandson Shawnn Thompson.  Survived by daughter, Stella Thompson (Michael),   of Lakawanna, NY; and son John D. (Vicky) Dixon Jr., of Kenmore, NY;  grandchildren: Steven and Stefanie; and great-grandchildren: Alexandria and Elijah;  Brothers and sisters:  Betty Noel, Altoona;  Paul Dixon, Ebensburg; and Harry (Carol) Dixon, of Colver, as well as numerous nieces and nephews.  John was a retired foundryman for Bethlehem Steel Corp.   He enjoyed stock car races and derbys, baseball, hunting, fishing, tinkering around his home, and attending the annual family reunions.  At his request there will be no viewing, a memorial service will be scheduled at the convenience of the family, interment of cremains at Forest Lawn Cemetery, Johnstown.  Arrangements are in the care of the Askew-Houser Funeral Homes, Inc., Ebensburg (

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