OBITUARY

Brenda Ann Dixon

March 8, 1951March 29, 2021

Brenda A. Beaver Dixon died on Monday, March 29, after a brief illness. Brenda was born in Greenville, Alabama, on March 8, 1951, and spent the years of her childhood and early adulthood first in Aliceville, Alabama, and then in Meridian, Mississippi.

In the late 1970s, Brenda and her two sons moved from Meridian to Tuscaloosa for Brenda to attend The University of Alabama. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in rhetoric and communication in 1980 and a Juris Doctor degree from The University of Alabama School of Law in 1983, after which she began practicing law in Tuscaloosa. Brenda had many talents and pursued many varied interests; however, her passion was her work as a criminal defense attorney advocating for her clients.

Her parents, Winton H. Bieber, Tuscaloosa; Erma B. Severance, Meridian; and her brother, W. Harold Beaver, Meridian, preceded Brenda in death.

Brenda is survived by son, T. Roger Dixon II, Peterson; son, Roman P. Dixon (Ashley), McCalla; sister, Susie B. Smith, Tuscaloosa; six grandchildren, as well as aunts, uncle, cousins, nieces and nephew.

Honor Brenda’s memory with a donation to the Alabama Law Foundation or other worthy charitable organization.

Condolences may be offered at www.HeritageChapelTuscaloosa.com

  • FAMILY

  • Brenda is survived by son, T. Roger Dixon II, Peterson; son, Roman P. Dixon (Ashley), McCalla; sister, Susie B. Smith, Tuscaloosa; six grandchildren, as well as aunts, uncle, cousins, nieces and nephew.

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Tim Church

April 7, 2021

Thank you for your services you believed in me when I needed you to and we won my case I have always appreciated that from you never had the chance to tell you but thank you ,now rest in peace with our father the Lord

Ryan Montgomery

April 5, 2021

I will miss seeing you at the courthouse, Brenda. I witnessed how tenaciously you fought for your clients over the years and always admired you for it. Rest in Peace

- Ryan Montgomery