Funeral  services  for  Mr.  Ammon  “Odie”  Dixon,  67,  of
Gainesboro, Tennessee,  will  be  held  at  11  A.M. on Monday,
May 28, 2007, at Anderson - Upper Cumberland Funeral Home
in Gainesboro, TN. Burial will follow in the Harpeth Hills Memory
Gardens in Nashville, TN.

The  family  will  receive  friends  on  Sunday  from  2  P.M. – 9
P.M., and on Monday from 9 A.M. until time of services.

Mr. Dixon  passed  away  on  Sunday,  May  20,  2007, at his
residence.

He   was  born   February   7,   1940,   in   Jackson   County,
Tennessee, to the late
Johnie  and  Lorene  Hawkins Dixon.
He was married to the late   
Christine  F.  Dixon,  who  passed
away May 20, 2007.    He   was   the   owner   of   City   Café  in
Gainesboro, TN.

Mr. Dixon was a member of Madison  Campus  Seventh  Day
Adventist Church and the Jackson County Historical Society. He
was also a member of the Sons of the Confederacy  Invincibles,
the Shriners, and the Masonic Lodge.   He created the Jackson
County Historical Society’s web site,  and  graduated  from   the
U.S.  Army  Medical  Technical  Institute  first  in  his class.    He
served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War.

In  addition  to  his  wife  and  parents,  he  was  preceded in
death   by   
1 Son: Barry Odell Dixon; and 2 Sisters: Betty Sue
Dixon and Beverly June Dixon.

Survivors include
1 Daughter:   Rachel  (Ernest)  Haslop  of
Dyersburg,   TN;   and   
5   Grandchildren:   Stacey   Franklin,
Nathaniel Haslop,  Phillip Scott Odell Haslop,  Brian Lee Haslop,
and Cynthia Haslop.

Rev. Dwayne Tyus will officiate at the services.

In lieu of flowers,  memorial  donations  may  be  made to the
Dixon  Family   by   contacting   Anderson – Upper  Cumberland
Funeral Home.
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