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George Dix

George Winfield Dix

Saturday, October 6th, 1928 - Monday, March 23rd, 2020
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George Winfield Dix passed away at the age of 91, on March 23, 2020, at home by his fire place surrounded by his loving and devoted family. George was born on Park Ave. in Pleasantville, New Jersey in 1928. He attended Pleasantville High School and the Universities of Temple and Alabama. George was a devoted husband, father, and Pop-pop. He married Marie Reilly, the love of his life, in 1954. They celebrated their 65th anniversary in November 2019. Together they raised two daughters, Karen Dix and Lori Barber. George and Marie also enjoyed the love of their four grandchildren, Danny, Chelsey, Marie, and Chase. George leaves behind a legacy of years of dedication and service, to his family, country, state, city, and a countless number of youth in Atlantic County. George served his country, in the United States Marine Corp. He was a New Jersey State Trooper and Polygraph Examiner until he retired after twenty-five years. After his retirement, George started a private detective polygraph business and worked until he was 80 years old. He served as Mayor of Pleasantville, along with his German Shepard Reggie for twelve years. In addition, George was also a football coach for the Pleasantville Mighty Mites and the Jr. Jokers for many years. Dad told countless stories of the family he loved, the careers he enjoyed, and stories of the many youth he mentored throughout his lifetime. George Winfield Dix is survived by his wife Marie, daughters, Karen Dix and Lori Barber (Daniel) and his grandchildren Danny, Chelsey, and Chase Barber and Marie Giannini. He was predeceased by his parents George H. and Helen (Lee) Dix. Funeral Services will be private. Donations in George’s Memory can be made out to the Pleasantville Jr. Jokers Football Organization. Please mail the donations to P.O. Box 294, Pleasantville, NJ 08232.
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C. Leigh Gadd, Jr.

Posted at 08:37am
Dear Marie and family, please accept our heartfelt condolences. I just learned of George's passing last night. He was an incredible man and we shared a lot of fun times gathering for drinks and cigars in our old neighborhood. You are on our minds and we are wishing you well during this sad time. Please contact us if there is any other service or if you need anything at all. Take care and God bless you all.
C. Leigh Gadd, Jr. And family.
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RICHARD T Capitan

Posted at 02:23pm
Marie and family...... I just learned today of George’s passing and was deeply saddened. He was a unique personality but always a gentleman and true professional both in his State Police career and in his private life. He was one of my mentors who befriended me upon my entrance into the Polygraph Unit. I sincerely appreciated his guidance. He will always be remembered and will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him.
May God bless him and you and his family during this trying time and May he be rewarded with eternal rest and peace.
Rich Capitan
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THOMAS W.HUTCHINSON

Posted at 06:45pm
Dear Dix Family,
Sorry to hear of Sonny passing away! He and his parents meant a lot to my mothers side of the family, my grandparents also lived on Park Ave. They were the Madison Family ,they would talk about your family quite a bit when I was a little kid. I know that after Sonny's parents passed my Uncle Ned would try to stop and see your family when he was in town. I recently had a phone conversation with cousin from california and he was asking me about your Dad, Today I called him with the bad news, once again I am sorry for your lose. MAY HE REST IN PEACE!

Sincerely,THOMAS W. HUTCHINSON
son of Betty Madison Hutchinson
JP

James Pullan

Posted at 02:12pm
Our sincere condolences to the family of George Dix . I had the pleasure of working with him on a few occasions . He was always a true professional who helped many of us during the course of our careers. He was a favorite of my late father who grew up with him and was a member of the Jokers with him. Thank you for your service to both the community and Law enforcement . Rest in peace Sir !

Jim Pullan Jr .
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Derek Davis

Posted at 01:36pm
Farewell Coach....Your guidance and support while I played for you on the jokers was an example of it takes a village to raise a child ...I recall the pleasant surprise receiving this Sportsmanship award at our Banquet ...Which provided me the motivation to graduate from Wharton and now my Sons a doctor and my daughter is going to laws school and has her MBA... God Bless you coach!!

My sincere condolences to your family: Marie, daughters, Karen Dix and Lori Barber (Daniel) and your grandchildren Danny, Chelsey, and Chase Barber and Marie Giannini
From Derek Davis
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