Johnny Ray Dixon Was born on July 5, 1945, to the union of Mae Burda Snowden Champion & Jessie Dixon Sr in Strong Arkansas.
Johnny received his formal education at Gardner High School in Strong Arkansas from there he went on to serve his country in the American US Army. In 1966 during this time meet Zella Wesley, and they became inseparable and blessed with 3 daughters.
Johnny was employed as a Union Construction worker for Local 113 until he retired in 1999. He loved his work; in his leisure time, he enjoyed playing baseball, shooting pool, playing cards, dominos, fishing, and darts most of all being with family and friends.
Johnny departed his life on August 5, 2020, he was preceded in death by his Mom Mae Burda Snowden Champion, Father Jessie Dixon Sr, 1 sister Lee Artis Dixon Willis, 1 brother Jessie Dixon Jr, 2 daughters Theresa Snowden Jackson and Mary Dixon and a special niece Annie Smith.
He leaves to cherish his memories,1 daughter Maletha (Johnnie) Jones of Milwaukee Wisconsin, 4 Stepdaughters Tina, Willa, and Falicia of Milwaukee Wisconsin and Natasha Leichman of Louisiana. 6 granddaughters Lazella, Keyvette, Shyaam, Jacquana, Tynesha, and Shamika, 4 grandsons Courvoisier, Stacy, Jacquis, and Dawyne, 16 great grand, and 1 great-great-grand, 1 brother Charles (Queen)Dixon, 4 special family members Jean, Connie, Beb, Curtis, and a host of other family and friends.To order memorial trees or send flowers to the family in memory of Johnny Ray Dixon, please visit our flower store.