Amy Jean Warren Dixon

March 11, 1943 - December 15, 2023

03/11/1943 - 12/15/2023

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Visitation
Monday December 18, 2023
10:00 am - 10:45 am
Garrett-Sykes Funeral Service - Letchworth Chapel
101 West 7th Street
Scotland Neck, NC 27874
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Funeral Service
Monday December 18, 2023
11:00 am
Garrett-Sykes Funeral Service - Letchworth Chapel
101 West 7th Street
Scotland Neck, NC 27874
Directions

*Due to the possibility of severe weather the funeral service for Amy Dixon will be held at Garrett-Sykes Funeral Service – Letchworth Chapel at 11:00 a.m. on Monday, December 18, 2023.*

Amy Jean Warren Dixon, of Scotland Neck, passed away at her residence on Friday, December 15, 2023.

She was born on March 11, 1943 to Arthur and Mary Warren. Amy was married to the late Tommy Dixon and they enjoyed sixty-three years of marriage. She was a member of Hope Free Will Baptist Church in Scotland Neck and was also a member of the Junior Order of Scotland Neck. She loved working in her yard, cooking, and helping other people. Amy loved her time with her friends and going to Claudine’s in Rich Square.

Amy was preceded in death by her mother, Mary Warren; her father, Arthur Warren, Sr.; her daughter, Terry Lynn Dixon; her husband, Thomas “Tommy” Jeconiah Dixon; her sisters, Alice Scott and Annie Hyde; and her brothers, Arthur Warren, Jr., Bennie Warren, Ronnie Warren, and Harold Warren.

Amy is survived by her son, Tony Dixon and girlfriend Christy Anderson of Rocky Mount; her brother, Ray Warren of Tarboro; her granddaughter, Jessica Dixon and boyfriend Michael Cooke of Gaston; her grandson, Thomas Christopher Dixon and girlfriend Stephanie Pearson of Roanoke Rapids; two great-grandsons, Julian Johnston of Roanoke Rapids and Brendan Dixon of Roanoke Rapids; and her special friend, Claudia Dickens of Scotland Neck.

The family will receive friends from 10:00 to 10:45 a.m. on Monday, December 18, 2023 at Garrett-Sykes Funeral Service – Letchworth Chapel in Scotland Neck. A funeral service will follow at 11:00 a.m. with Rev. Matthew Jones presiding.

Memorial contributions may be made directly to Hope Free Will Baptist Church, 8772 Highway 258, Scotland Neck, NC 27874 or online by clicking here.

Garrett-Sykes Funeral Service – Letchworth Chapel in Scotland Neck is handling the arrangements for the Dixon family and online condolences can be directed to the family by visiting letchworthsykesfs.com.

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Jackie Jones
3 months ago

Amy was a blessing to everyone that knew her. Such a sweet lady.

Jo Ann Braddy
3 months ago

I was so sorry to hear this sad news of Amy’s passing. She was one fine lady & loved to help people, always kind & caring for others. She will be greatly missed.

Connie Cotten
3 months ago

I was saddened to hear this news.Amy was a sweet lady she was always the same when you saw her.I pray for comfort and peace during this difficult time.

LINDA KANTOR
4 months ago

Tony and family, I am shocked to learn of this. My sincere sympathy is with you and your family. Your Mom will be greatly missed!!

Anita Mills
4 months ago

Tony, Thomas and Jessica
Mrs. Amy was a special person. Your family was one of the first that we met when we moved to Scotland Neck and Mrs. Amy was still the same special lady then as she had been her entire life. No doubt that she is in heaven with her heavenly father and family. May God be with each and everyone of you now and in the days to come.
Anita Mills and Family

Betty Howell
4 months ago

I have a lot of sweet memories of Amy, Tommy and Terry from our old original church to our present church.
Amy was such a loving, caring and sweet Christian woman. And a very dear friend. Tony, you were raised and loved by one of the greatest women I have ever known. I will miss her very much. Drew and I bought their old house on 9th Street , the first house we ever owned.
We have enjoyed visiting together and going to LaCasetta and talking, spending time together.
She will be greatly missed, and no doubt… she was greatly loved by many. I remember when she came back to our church.. I gave her the biggest hug and said Welcome home. My prayers for you Tony , but I truly believe her soul is in the presence of the Lord. That is the greatest comfort you can find , in such a great loss. May God bless you and give you strength during this time and in the days ahead.???