Remembering Michael Dixon

Many people came to a service Saturday in Greenville to honor and remember Michael Dixon. Dixon was known for his work in the community and passion for helping others.

Dixon passed away last weekend from a heart attack at just 55 years old. Saturday a service was held at Philippi Church of Christ to honor him. He was a Pitt County school board member, a pastor, and a family man.

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  • by Anonymous Location: Detroit, Michigan on Aug 8, 2010 at 06:37 AM
    I agree, why is it necessary to name the number of people and who was there. It was not about them, it was about our friend and brother Michael Dixon. I cannot imagine someone even being concerned about that. They are nice & important people, but so was Michael and that is why so many came. Shame on you Mr Vassar!
  • by Anonymous on Aug 8, 2010 at 01:37 AM
    With the many wonderful things that can be said, why would a deacon be worried aboutrepresentative of the NAACP etc. This was about Michael. If they came for recognition they should have left and taken you with them. This was not a show.
  • by What? Location: Greenville on Aug 7, 2010 at 07:01 PM
    With all due respect - who cares how many people were there, or that Lil' G.K. Obama was there, or that the NAACP had people there?
  • by scarlett Location: winterville on Aug 7, 2010 at 06:37 PM
    Micheal was known as a wonderful man in this area and was highly respected.blessings to his friends and familiy during their loss.
  • by Deacon Vassor Location: Raleigh on Aug 7, 2010 at 06:37 PM
    where is the rest of the story which tells the number in attendance. Naacp, representive Butterfield comments along with a Pitt County School.

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