Mr. Thomas N. Dixon

December 6, 1944March 22, 2021

Thomas N. Dixon, 76, of Cross Lanes, passed away March 22, 2021.

Thomas was a graduate of Nitro High School, and retired from the State of WV. He was full of life and always had a smile on his face. He loved playing practical jokes on people and had a great sense of humor. He was a great father and even a more amazing grandfather. He will be greatly missed.

Thomas was preceded in death by his parents, Bessie and Luther Dixon; his wife of 52 years, Teresa Dixon; grand-daughter, Meagan Jeffrey; brothers, Ed, Charles, Danny, Woody, Bobby, and Joey Dixon; and a sister, Jenny Hawkins.

He is survived by his son, Thomas Scot Dixon, and daughter-in-law, Athena Petry of Nitro; daughter, Tony R. Dixon, and son-in-law, Alvin Pauley, of Cross Lanes; grandchildren, Brook Dixon, Meagan Jeffrey, Amanda Jeffrey, Taylor Jeffrey; 4 great-grandchildren, Mahalia Dixon, Kali Dixon, Noah Davis, and Logan Murdock; brothers, Gary Dixon of Saint Albans, and Lulu of Nitro; and his loving companion (his fur babies), Benjy, Lucas, and Lucy.



  • Memorial Service

    Wednesday, March 31, 2021


  • Inurnment


Mr. Thomas N. Dixon

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Monia Turley

March 31, 2021

To Tom's family: It is with sorrow that I send my condolences to you. I worked with Tom at the WV Human Rights Commission for several years before he retired. He always had a smile and a clean joke for you. He was always upbeat no matter what was going on and so friendly. He was always willing to help someone, and he helped me with the financial and travel arrangements for the attorneys I worked for. In fact, he taught me how to do that part of the work, which was a Godsend. I missed his friendship very much when he retired, but was happy for him and Teresa. I was sincerely glad to have known him and work with him. Much prayers, Monia S. Turley

David Coon

March 28, 2021

Rest in Peace Tommy. You Lived life. Always Happy. Prayers for the entire family.

Jim Meddings

March 27, 2021

I just heard about Tommy from his brother Gary. Tommy, Gary and the rest of the family and I all grew up together in Amadaville .
I haven't seen Tommy in several years, but everytime I would see him he was always the same guy I grew up with. H e will be missed by the people who knew and loved him.