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Name:  " Clarence George Dixon "
D.O.B:  09/01/1927
D.O.D  09/13/2022
Country From:  USA
State / Parish:  New York
Place of Death  Queens
Service Date
10/07/2022 @ 7:00pm


The viewing for the Clarence George Dixon will be held at David Williams Funeral Home Friday 10/7 located at 108-20 Sutphin Blvd Jamaica. Viewing is from 5-7 following the funeral service at 7. The following day Saturday morning there will be another service at St. Albans Congregational located at 172-17 Linden Blvd Queens at 9am-10 viewing and 10am service.

Special Info  Clarence G. Dixon of Springfield Gardens, New York - legacy began on September 1, 1927 in Jamaica W.I. and ended on September 13, 2022 in Queens NY. He recently celebrated his 95th birthday with family and friends at his home. “Dicko” as many called him is survived by his wife Pearl Hart - Dixon of 70 years of marriage, 6 children -Beverley Dixon-Chavannes, Marlene Nembhard, David, Richard, Howard and Andrea Dixon, 2 son-in-laws - Thomas Chavannes and Larrington Nembhard, 1 daughter-in-law Terri Browning-Dixon, 12 grandsons- Dion Jacob, Darwin, Darren, Damon and Daniel Dixon, Larrington, Travis, Christopher, Neil, Marc Nembhard, Justin Dixon and Trevor Lipsett-Dixon, 2 granddaughters - Jennice Dixon-Batista and Alicia Kizer, 4 great grandsons - Juellz and Joshua Jacob, Blake and Nolan Nembhard, 1 great granddaughter -Aubrey Nembhard, many nieces and nephews - Newman, Simpson, Richards, Reid and Dixon families. Clarence is the last child of the late Simeon and Rebecca Dixon who had 3 daughters (Daphne, Hazel, Annie) and 3 sons (Cleveland, Sydney and Clarence) and all have passed on. Clarence was born September 1, 1927 in Cobbla, Manchester, Jamaica W.I. to Simeon & Rebecca Reid-Dixon. He attended Mt. Olivet Primary School, Holmwood Practical Training Center (PTC), The College of Arts Science and Technology in Jamaica, and Brooklyn Technical in NYC. On November 1, 1952, he married Pearl Hart, the love of his life on the Island of Jamaica. Clarence held various employment positions. His last employment in Jamaica was at the University of the West Indies (Foreman) and in New York City he worked at Industrial Displays Inc. (Manager). Clarence was also a Realtor and Co-Founder of Remit Real Estate Company – Long Island NY. He was a highly skilled carpenter and cabinet maker, whose podium design was selected to be used for one of President Nixon’s speeches. In 1952 Clarence was innated into the Royal Phoenix Lodge #24 Lodge in Jamaica. He was passionate and deeply committed to the Lodge where he was able to provide leadership, social action, spiritual guidance and service to his fellow men and women. Over time his leadership skills and business acumen in the Lodge elevated him to the office of Illustrative Grand then Past Illustrative Grand (P.I.G). After migrating to the United States in 1970 he affiliated with the Tuscan Lodge #11. Through his Mechanic journey he attained the office of District Grand Master followed by Venable Past Grand Master and then Patriarch of the Alpha District Grand Lodge College of Past Grand Masters. In his spare time Clarence enjoyed spending time with his family, lodge members, church members and friends. He enjoyed playing sports like cricket, soccer, swimming and dominoes. He was often known for giving “6 love” to his opponents in a domino game. In fact, many here today may have been the recipients of one or two six loves from Clarence. Clarence was a very kind, generous and spiritual man, who lived his life helping others. He would leave home often to visit the sick at home or in a hospital, where he offered prayers and support. He served on the Deacon board at Saint Albans Congregational Church - United Church of Christ for over 30 years. There were many moments when Clarence was called upon by friends and family for advice, speaking at weddings and other events, attending funerals and blessing homes. Clarence was a man that led by example, demonstrated strong principles, family values, love for people, leadership skills, honesty and integrity. He had the gift of “Calm” and “Strong Interpersonal Skills” that was able to resolve sometimes very heated arguments or disagreements between individuals or groups. He was that “Calm” in the room and the person in the background that brought about peace and resolutions. He will be truly missed for his contributions to family, friends and strangers. He was a dedicated servant to our Lord and Savior - Jesus Christ. Rest in Peace Daddy. ARRANGEMENTS The Mechanics Rites Service will be held on Friday evening October 7, 2022, commencing at 7:00 pm at the Mechanics World Headquarters, 65 Putnam Avenue, Brooklyn NY - Under the leadership of Hon. Gary Miller – Right Worshipful District Grand Master of the Alpha District Grand Lodge of NY #1, Inc. A Celebration of Life and Legacy Service will be held at 9:00 AM Saturday October 8, 2022 at Saint Albans Congregational Church – United Church of Christ– 172-17 Linden Blvd, St. Albans, NY 11434 under the leadership by Rev. Eli Wilson III and Rev. Dr. Henry T. Simmons. The Burial will follow soon after the service on Saturday October 8, 2022 at the Washington Memorial Park Cemetery in Mount Sinai, Long Island NY. Note: Due to COVID Protocol the events on Friday and Saturday will be streamed on YouTube for those that cannot attend in person. A Special “Thank You” to The Alpha District Grand Lodge of NY (IUOMWHFS, INC), St. Albans Congregational Church and everyone who was involved in Dad’s Legacy and our family


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