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Seneca Dean Dixon

November 5, 1976 ~ July 13, 2022 (age 45)

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     Seneca Dean Dixon was born in Winston-Salem, NC on November 5, 1976, to his mother Margaret Springs and father Aldeen Stewart.

     Seneca attended Carver High School where he graduated in 1995. After high school, he attended Livingston University in Salisbury NC & WSSU in Winston-Salem NC. In the early 2000’s Seneca moved to West Palm Beach Florida to raise his children. It was there that he met his wife, Judy. Seneca loved Florida.  He worked for Local 402 Iron Workers Union for more than 20 years as a traveling welder. 

     Seneca was a funny, intelligent, and smart little boy.  Seneca was fascinated on how things work and how things were made. He spent most of his childhood taking things apart, fixing things, and building things for his family. He was also an artist. He drew pictures of X-MEN characters whenever he had time. Seneca was curious by nature. He always wanted to learn something new; whether it was about animals, nature, how things work, or how to build it. His curiosity grew as he got older, and this turned him into the passionate, hardworking, and subtle man he was. Because he always wanted to learn, he insisted that everyone else around him should learn new things too (even if they didn’t want to).  He wanted everyone to win and pushed people to be the BEST version of their selves because to him, we were the BEST. 

     Seneca was preceded in death by his great-grandmother Castllo McCloud, grandparents Mary McCloud, LeMar McComick, father Aldean Stewart, sister Anita Dixon-Sturdivant, & stepbrother Kenyatta Williams.

     Seneca leaves to cherish his loving memories his wife Judy Dixon, two daughters Amena “DaVinci” Allah & Anita Dixon, four sons Quaiyim Gray, Amen Allah, Elijah Allah, & Askia Allah.  His mother Margaret Springs (Ricky), stepfather Arthur Dixon Sr. (Annie), the Saintil Family, a sister Ernestine Dixon “Henri”, four brothers Arthur Dixon Jr “June”, Alonzo Dixon “Wade”, Benjamin Stewart, & Neil Stewart; a stepmother Sharon Stewart; Aunt Doris Melton, devoted & beloved nephews, nieces, cousins, aunts, uncles, great-nieces & great-nephews, lifelong extended family, friends, and co-workers.

     On the evening of July 13, 2022, Seneca Dixon passed knowing he was loved by all.





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