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Norma Kay (Loving) Dixon
July 4, 1950 ~ March 28, 2023 (age 72) 72 Years Old
Norma Kay Loving Dixon was born on July 4, 1950, to proud parents Wayland and Vincetta Clark Loving in Taylor, Texas. She was the fifth child of seven children. At a young age, she professed her love for Christ and joined Bethel Union Baptist Church under the leadership of Reverend I.B. Kemp.
Norma grew up in Giddings, Texas where she attended the Giddings Public Schools. Because she was such an amazing and well-liked person, she earned the distinct honor of being crowned “Homecoming Queen” and graduated from Northwest High School in 1968. Norma always possessed a love and passion for learning. Upon completing high school, she attended North Texas State University where she received both a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Education degree in Elementary Education. While at North Texas State, she was initiated into the Epsilon Mu chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated.
After graduating from college, Norma spent her first four years employed with Giddings and Everman ISDs. On January 19, 1976, she married Edward Dixon and moved to enjoy life on the beautiful island of Hawaii. Together, they created two perfect sons: Sean Michael and Brian Christopher Dixon. Later, they relocated back to Texas, and Norma spent the remainder of teaching career employed with Houston ISD. She had a passion for teaching, inspiring and elevating the lives of young people.
Norma devoted her entire life to caring for her two sons, Sean and Brian, and providing them with the best possible care. In addition, she always availed herself to helping anyone in need. She will always be remembered for her gentle spirit, warm smile, wittiness and servant heart.
On March 28, 2023, Norma transitioned to her heavenly home. She is preceded in death by her parents, Wayland and Vincetta Loving, her son Sean Michael Dixon, husband Edward Dixon and siblings: Jeanette Anderson, Wayne Loving, Joyce Hines, Donald Loving and Rickey Loving.
She leaves to cherish her beautiful memory, one son, Brian Christopher Dixon and two sisters: Joe Ann Bell (James) and Ruby Loving. She also leaves behind a Loving family of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.