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Mark Christopher Dixon

27 octobre 19597 juillet 2020

Mark passed from this life the morning of July 7, 2020 after a gradual decline in health. He was surrounded and supported by his loving family through his decade long fight with Multiple Myeloma and Lung Cancer.

Mark was born in Richmond, VA, but has been an Okie for most of his life.

Mark is survived by his wife, Carrie Dixon; daughters, Christina (Chrissy) Parsons and Amber Scarberry; four grandchildren: Tyler, Madison, Jaxon and Leo; mother, Joyce Campbell; two siblings, Candy Gabel and Gail Dixon; sons-in-law, Kent Parsons and Brandon Scarberry; and many more family and friends that loved him dearly.

Mark was a service technician for Oklahoma Automatic Door for most of his adult life and later ventured into sales with Dorma Kaba. He was a dedicated, hard working man who loved working with his hands (minus two fingers) and cruising around the ocean with his wife, family, and friends.

Mark will be truly missed and remember forever.

Services

  • Memorial Service

    samedi, 11 juillet , 2020

Souvenirs

Mark Christopher Dixon

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Rhonda Gregory

11 juillet , 2020

I am so many find memories and they go way back. Mark and Carrie we’re together forever !! I always admired the love between them! Mark always has a great sense of humor. He is man of integrity and compassion. He always made me feel welcome in their home.
Most recent memories are of
Galveston when Carrie and Mark decided they wanted to live at the beach. I’m so glad they were able to live that dream! Love you Mark!

Candy Gabel

10 juillet , 2020

Here’s to you and here’s to me and if we ever disagree..............,,,,,,,,,,,
You will always be in my heart and soul. I’ll miss you forever.

Candy Gabel

10 juillet , 2020

Here’s to you and here’s to me, and if we ever disagree......,,,,,
You will always be in my heart and soul. I’ll miss you forever.

Amanda Voorhees

9 juillet , 2020

To my cousin, who I didn't know until 2003. Seventeen years of laughs, great conversations and an impact that will last a life time. I will forever miss you and our morning conversations on the way to work. Rest easy.

Madison Parsons

9 juillet , 2020

The strongest man I‘ve ever know. My best friend and the best Papa

Chrissy Parsons

9 juillet , 2020

Will miss you forever.

Carole Neal

8 juillet , 2020

One of ours from our earthly clan has gone to join the ones on the other side. Too soon for those of us left behind but he will be welcomed with loving arms. A true warrior to the end.

Richard Beadle

8 juillet , 2020

Well, I knew him as Uncle Mark growing up. I can remember staying over at Grandma Joyce's house, and Mark letting me tag along with in the woods. He would wake me up and say, "Hey boy, let's go beaver hunt'n!". We would walk all day, and I know I talked him to death, but he always listened. He had a way of making you feel important.
He was such a nice man, and had a voice you could pick out of a crowd. I love that guy!
Richard Beadle

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Biographie

Mark passed from this life the morning of July 7, 2020 after a gradual decline in health. He was surrounded and supported by his loving family through his decade long fight with Multiple Myeloma and Lung Cancer.

Mark was born in Richmond, VA, but has been an Okie for most of his life.

Mark is survived by his wife, Carrie Dixon; daughters, Christina (Chrissy) Parsons and Amber Scarberry; four grandchildren: Tyler, Madison, Jaxon and Leo; mother, Joyce Campbell; two siblings, Candy Gabel and Gail Dixon; sons-in-law, Kent Parsons and Brandon Scarberry; and many more family and friends that loved him dearly.

Mark was a service technician for Oklahoma Automatic Door for most of his adult life and later ventured into sales with Dorma Kaba. He was a dedicated, hard working man who loved working with his hands (minus two fingers) and cruising around the ocean with his wife, family, and friends.

Mark will be truly missed and remember forever.