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Joel Dixon

Joel Robert Dixon

Friday, February 8th, 1935 - Wednesday, July 1st, 2020
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Obituary

Joel Robert “Bobby” Dixon, 85, of Dardanelle, died July 1, 2020, at Arkansas Hospice River Valley Home in Russellville. He was born February 8, 1935, in St. Charles, son of the late Joel Robertson and Nelia Haller Dixon. Bobby was a graduate of Pine Bluff High School and the University of Arkansas Fayetteville with a degree in Agriculture Business. His early career included working in the family business at Exchange Furniture and he was the owner of Dixon’s Feed and Seed, both in Pine Bluff. While living in Cleveland County, Bobby served on the Quorum Court. He retired from the Army National Guard. He was a member of First Baptist Church in Russellville. His hobby was raising cattle.

He was preceded in death by his parents; and one brother, Louis A. Dixon.

He is survived by his wife, Mary Negielee Coleman Dixon of Dardanelle; 4 children and their families, Cheryl Lynn Dixon of Fairfax, Virginia, Mary Bob (Marty, Megan, John) McDaniel of Russellville, Robert Dale (Claudia, Miller, Caroline, Andrew, Matthew) of Atkins, and Bonnie Ruth (Lincoln) Barr of Russellville; and one brother, Charles Richard (Andrea) Dixon of Valdosta, Georgia.

A family conducted graveside service will be held at a later date at Bells Chapel Cemetery with Bro. Michael Cloud officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of Lemley Funeral Service of Atkins.

Online obituary and condolences are available at www.lemleyfuneral.com.-
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jessy moreno

Posted at 05:47pm
Our sincere sympathy to Bobby's wife, children and extended family and friends. Thank you for always being kind and bringing a smile to us! You will be missed....
Sincerely,
Your friends at Arvest Bank
Jessy Moreno
BC

Bob Cargile

Posted at 10:17am
My condolences on your loss
Bob Cargile
RL

Rayburn Langford

Posted at 05:00pm
So sorry to learn of Bobbys passing, Many good conversations. May God confort this family as only He can do. Rayburn Langford
LA

Larry Austin

Posted at 10:57am
Mary and Family,
Linda and I have always really enjoyed visiting with Bobby and you. I played many domino games with Bobby when living in the Woodlawn area. He always had an upbeat attitude and I thought the world of him. May God bless all of your family during this time. Larry and Linda Austin
MR

Mike Riley

Posted at 09:21am
I have many fond memories of Mr. Bobby as I referred to him. Loved going to his farm and he even conned me into helping him bail hay one summer, talk about a "learning" experience. Memories include going to the Dixon house to watch my first color TV show, Bonanza. Also remember him as owning the first air conditioned vehicle I ever saw. I remember it being like a 65 or 66 Ford Fairlane, that when I walked out of my house to see my mom with the top half of her body stuck inside the window on Mary's side and my dad doing the same in Mr. Bobby's side. Keeping all these memories and the entire Dixon family in my thoughts and prayers.
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