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Juan Dixon (6-6-18) service 6-16-18

Juan Dixon, 44, of Savannah, died on Wednesday, June 6, at TriStar Centennial Medical Center in Nashville.
He was born in Selmer, son of Edith N, Dixon and the late William A. Winters.
Mr. Dixon was a member of Saint John Missionary Baptist Church. He went to Lane College in Jackson, Tennessee, where he played football.
He is survived by three children, Kelsey Dixon of Counce, DreLynn Dixon of Memphis and NaKelynn Dixon of Savannah; six brothers, Keith Winters of Nashville, Toyce Dixon of Florence, Alabama, Jordan Weatherspoon of Savannah, Terrance Arnold of Henderson, Julius Toliver of South Bend, Indiana, and Dontillos Toliver of Murfreesboro; six sisters, Chequita Winters of Nashville, Sonya Green of Dayton, Ohio, Cindy “Swan” Davis of Savannah, Sylvia “Net” Davis of Savannah, Adrian “Agie” Benton of Murray, Kentucky, and Shana Toliver of Jackson, Tennessee; mother, Edith N. Weatherspoon of Savannah; step-father, Lloyd “Jr” Johnson of Savannah.
He was preceded in death by his father, William A. Winters; two grandmothers, Hattie Dixon and Chaney Winters; great-grandmother, Annie Dixon; two sisters, Kiawasha “Kiki” Weatherspoon and Kizi Davis; and two grandfathers, Harry “Bud” Casey and William T. Winters.
Services were held on Saturday, June 16, at Shackelford Chapel in Savannah with Frederick Perry, Cleophas Cherry and Prentiss Burdine officiating. Burial followed in Memory Gardens at Savannah.