JANE MANCIL DIXON BREWTON, ALA.
Published 9:09 am Wednesday, October 30, 2019
One of the Lord’s angels has completed her work here on earth and was called home to dwell in the house of the Lord forever.
Jane Mancil Dixon passed away on October 22, 2019, in the comfort of her home surrounded by loved ones after an extended illness.
She was born February 23, 1945 in Andalusia, AL, to Luther and Dorothy James Mancil, who predeceased her. At a young age, she and her family moved to Brewton where she resided until her death. She worked at Judy Bond for 30 years as a seamstress and quality controller. After the plant closed in 1994, she provided quality control services to many companies including JCPenny and Med-Line until her retirement in 2005.
Jane’s passions were God and family whom she served faithfully until her death. Because of her unending, unconditional love and support for her family, they are greatly saddened and will miss her terribly. However, because of her belief in and love for the Lord, they rejoice because she will live eternally with Him free from suffering and tears.
She was a member of the East Brewton Baptist Church and enjoyed a special fellowship with her Sunday School class sisters. This relationship continued even after she was no longer able to attend. The family will be eternally grateful for their love and prayers.
Jane is survived by her husband of 58 years, Gene Raymond (Tommy) Dixon; sons Tommy G. Dixon (Tina), Lynn Haven, Fla. and Lance C. Dixon (Kim Watson), Brewton; daughter Cindy J. Dixon (Pat Uptmor), Brewton; brothers Reginald Mancil (Rae), Brewton and LC Mancil (Retha), Dothan Ala.; grandsons Nathan K. Dixon (Savanna Hafner), Crestview, Fla., Ryan Dixon, Lynn Haven, Fla., and Seth S. Coale, Ft Myers, Fla.; granddaughters Kristen Dixon, Pensacola, Fla. and Cera Dixon, Flomaton; one great grandson, Ayden K. Dixon, Crestview, Fla.; and numerous nieces, nephews, and in-laws.
Funeral services were held at East Brewton First Baptist Church, East Brewton, AL, on Sat., Oct. 26, 2019.
A time of family visitation was held from 12 noon until 1PM, friends 1PM until the service time at 2PM.
Internment followed at Fort Crawford Cemetery, East Brewton, Ala. under the direction of Williams Memorial Chapel Funeral Home of Brewton.
A special thank you to the unconditional care given by Comfort Care Hospice who provided endless support to Jane and her family.