Dixie Lee Becker

December 28, 1942November 16, 2020

Dixie Lee Becker, age 77, went to be with Jesus on November 16, 2020 at Integris Baptist Hospital. She was born December 28, 1942 in Moulton Iowa to Mike and Blanche Stam. Dixie moved to Moore, Oklahoma in 1972 for Health reasons and later made her home in Midwest City, Oklahoma

She is was preceded in death by her Parents, Dr. Darrell Brown, and Ellen Hubbs her special friend and caretaker.

Dixie is survived by Sons, James (Jim) Joseph Becker III and wife Lori, Darrell Lee Becker and Wife Teresa, grandchildren Dustin Dunn and wife Melissa and Jaimee Elliott and husband Jared, great-grandchildren Patrick Hall, Madison Dunn, Jordyn Dunn, Mykayla Dunn, Gyle Wise, Skye Elliott, Callie Dunn, Dusti Dunn and Izzy Elliott, and 1 great great-grandchild, lifetime friends Donna Wallingford, Cynthia Wheatley , MayJo, Darvin and Nelda, numerous family and friends. All of these she loved and touched deeply. Special Thanks to All of the aids and nurses who care of Dixie at the Lakes Care Center.

Please join us celebrating her life Friday November 20, 2020 @ 10 Am Bill Eisenhower Funeral Home 8805 NE 23rd St, Oklahoma City, OK 73141



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November 20, 2020

You will be truly miss Dixie. I love you and I will miss making your eggs on Monday morning so you can have for the week for breakfast with half a piece of toast. I will miss watching the Waltons on 222 with you at 11:00 am while i'm feeding you for lunch saying momma you got to each just one more bite please. Praying for Darrell and his family. Love you'll

Carla Earnest

November 20, 2020

Mom/Dix ; the most selfless human i have met. Loving, kind , strong , and relentless . She is such a woman of wisdom and self control . She poured her self into multiple life's and made a huge impact on all those that were blessed with the privilege of a step , mile, or multiple years on the path she traveled daily . She was a great warrior for her family , praying unceasingly. I am so grateful for her example of life ; such a Blessed woman . Her boys meant everything to her heart ; she told so many stories of them often and told on them too ; I think I heard one about her youngest the most ... it left her laughing . Wondering what this world will come to now that she isn't here doing all that she did ; i suspect that she expects All of us to continue forward doing what she lived out daily .
God Bless Jim , Darrell and entire family . I love all of you family .

Jim Becker

November 20, 2020

Jimmy and Darrell Lee, You had a great mother. Dixie had a rough life, but now that she is in heaven, she is probably playing cribbage with Grampa Becker or working on Gramma Beckers hair. We are going to miss her, but she is in a great place now. Love you both, Dad We will be thinking of you guys.

Steven Becker

November 19, 2020

Jim and Darrell
I will never forget how your mother helped me make it through Vietnam, 66-67, with her homemade cookies, candy, and a note from home, care packages she would send me.
She was a Special Lady.
God be with you boys, and your families.
Uncle Steve

Brenda P

November 19, 2020

Love you

Queen Salas

November 18, 2020

Momma D that’s who she was to me and I was her baby (I know she had many lol) her chihuahua with a pit bull bite she'd say cause I was always going to bat for her and didn’t care what happened 😂 to me whatever she needed if I was there best believe it got done! She surely held the keys to my heart! She was my pastor when needed prayer, my mother when I needed guidance, my best friend who held my secrets! God got the greatest now I pray you’re dancing 💃

Kyra Salazar

November 18, 2020

Mama Dixie you will surely be missed. You helped me as much as I helped you. You were able to see my baby grow from 8months old - 2years old we had many memories and you will never be forgotten I love you and may God have his arms around your family heaven gained such a beautiful angel and I know you will always watch over everyone you loved.

Mary DeCook

November 18, 2020

So sorry for Darrell's family and Jim's family loss of their Mother. My cousin was a kind and loving person who believed in God.


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