Lola May Dixon
Date of Death: September 14, 2010
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Lola M. Dixon, 90 Lola May Dixon, 90, of Lafayette, died at 12:10 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2010, at St. Elizabeth East. Born Aug. 19, 1920, in Lafayette, she was the daughter of the late Ben G. and Lela Atwell Whitlock. On Sept. 6, 1938, she married Floyd “Frog” Dixon, and he preceded her in…

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Marcia Marks Lamb left a message on September 15, 2010:
My father, Paul Marks 93, knew Lola May as a Postmaster for years and then later as a fellow resident at Rosewalk. Paul was the Clarks Hill post master while Lola May was postmaster in Dayton. While caring for my mother (also in Rosewalk) a few years ago I got acquainted with Lola May. She was a great friend and comfort to me. My mother had Alzheimers and Lola May was the understanding friend I needed. Mom passed away October 2007.

I loved calling her my ""Gardening Angel"" because she was flitting down the sidewalk to her garden when she spied me crying at my parent&s apartment exterior door. She stopped, talked, listened and hugged me with all the warmth and love she had. We drew close and I always looked for her when we came to visit Dad. I live in a Chicago suburb.

In her honor I wrote a short play entitled ""The Gardening Angel"". She will always be my Gardening Angel...the one who I know will see to my weeding and watering. I will always hold her in my heart. I love you, Lola May.

Paula Bowman Rader left a message on September 15, 2010:
I remember Lola well when she served as postmistress in Dayton. I remember one summer day, I think I was still in grade-school, a little puppy got hit by a car right there in front of the post office. Lola May came out and tried to give the puppy mouth to mouth - I was so amazed by that act of kindness and compassion. She was a wonderful lady.
Amy Crampton left a message on September 15, 2010:
My thoughts and condolences are with Lola&s family. She was a very dear friend to my grandmother and a sweet, lovely lady. She will be missed.
Robin Blosser Tucek left a message on September 14, 2010:
A wonderful lady has been taken from us....I remember her as a small child through my adult years. She was always so positive with a smile on her face. She provided the best ""rabbit feast"" annually that we all looked forward to. She was a rock for my Mom when she moved to Rosewalk Commons, of which I will be eternally grateful. She&s now dancing with Frog, Dutch and Bert.....and that makes me smile. Lola was loved and she will be missed.
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