In Loving Memory
Norma Dixon


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Norma Doreen Dixon (nee Pownall) born Birkett
Passed away peacefully
Aged 93 years.
02/08/1928 – 07/01/2022
Dearly beloved wife of Stanley (dec).
Mother of Kenneth & Wendy, Glenys & John.
Nanna of David, Raymond, Shane,
Claire & Tyronne, Kingsley & Carmen,
Tyson & Courtney.
Great Nanna of 6.
Forever in our hearts.

A Funeral Service for
Norma will be held at
David W Bull Pakenham Funeral Home
190 Princes Highway, Pakenham on
Thursday 13th January 2022
commencing at 2:00 p.m
A private cremation will follow.

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  1. To the extended Dixon family, we would like to extend our deepest sympathies to all at a very sad time . We knew Norma through the Hallamites Bowling League, we remember her fondly and such a lovely lady who was very proud of her family and loved telling us about her time on the farm growing potatoes in Koo Wee Rup. I , Vicki, also know her granddaughter Claire, as my daughter Jo, is best friends with her. My thoughts are with you Claire too. Xxx May Norma rest in peace for a well lived life.

    Vicki Mogford and Sharon Barnes
  2. Ken and Wendy, Glenys and John and families, our deepest sympathy to you all at this sad time,on the passing of Mrs. Dixon. Treasure your memories of a lovely lady who enjoyed talking about her family and inquiring about ours. She was always interested in others. Although it has been a while since we last spoke we often caught up whilst shopping. Rest peacefully. From Glennda and Ian Studd.

    Ian & Glennda Studd
  3. Condolences to family and friends. I still remember Auntie Norma making me a hot milo in winter after freezing while working in the shed washing Turnips with Uncle Stan and Uncle Bob.

    Colleen Woodford
  4. Sending out condolences to Kenneth, Glenys and Families. We first met Norma when they moved to the farm in Bayles and the friendship has continued for the 58 years since then. Norma was always a good friend and neighbour. Our thoughts are with you and may Norma Rest In Peace.

    Henry and Isabelle Stephenson and Family
  5. The strongest woman I have ever had the pleasure to know.
    A proud Mum, Nanna and Great Nanna who will forever leave a loving impression on those who were fortunate enough to be loved by her.
    Sending love and support to all the family, wish I could be there with you in person to celebrate the life of an amazing woman but definately with you in spirit today

    Reyne Boxhall
  6. Condolences and best wishes to the family.
    She had a great full life with a great sense of humour, as I could call out to Mrs Stork and she knew who it was and always had a laugh about it.
    Many great memories of a great lady.

    David Stuchbery
  7. To Ken, Wendy, Glenys, John and families, sincere condolences on the passing of your dear Mum, sending our love to all, our thoughts are with you all today, love from David Rhonda and family

    Dave & Rhonda Carvosso
  8. Nanna was a wonderful woman,always in control of what she was doing. Strong willed and confidently spoken as a young boy I have always looked up to her. Now hopefully Nanna will be reunited with her once only husband Stan,I know that she would happy to see him again.
    I love you Nanna, you will stay in my heart and your great grandson(Locky’s) heart forever.

    Raymond Chitty
  9. We would also like to pay tribute to Norma, both as a friend and for some years as an employer. Memories centre around farming stories. After moving to Queensland we kept in contact and we remember Norma visiting us and we always knew Christmas was coming when Norma’s card would be the first to arrive. Thank you for sharing the link to Norma’s funeral service. We extend our sympathy to Ken, Wendy, Glenys, John and your families and a special acknowledgement to Norma’s grandchildren who spoke so lovingly about her. Norma would be proud of you all.
    Colin and Robyn Tait

    Colin Tait