Marian Pinkney Dixon

Marian Pinkney Dixon was born August 13, 1916, the only daughter of Fenton Dulaney Pinkney and Selena Hendrickson Pinkney. A native of Baltimore, she was educated in the Baltimore City Public Schools.

   At an early age, MARIAN became a member of the Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church. She celebrated fifty years of Holy Matrimony with the late Mr. William D. Dixon, also of Baltimore, Maryland.

   MRS. DIXON remained in Baltimore until 1945, when they relocated to New York and in 1950 moved to Connecticut. While in Connecticut, MARIAN was an active member of the First Presbyterian Church of Stamford, Connecticut. She worked on the Women's Guild and the Usher Board. She volunteered weekly at the soup kitchen in the church's outreach program.

   In May of 1999 MRS. DIXON moved to Carmel, Indiana with her niece, Myrna Saundra Cox Williams and her husband, Dr. James Williams. She departed this life on Friday, May 11, 2001.

   A cherished fond memory for all who knew MARIAN was her thoughtful, generous, giving spirit. She'll also be remembered for her cooking skills and the flair and style in which she served her guest.

   MRS. DIXON leaves to cherish her loving memory
         a sister, Mrs. Sarah Cox McDaniels, an aunt, Mrs. Leone Felton and her husband, Mr. Joseph Felton
         a host of other nieces and nephews, great nieces and nephews, great, great nieces and nephews, other relatives          and friends in Baltimore and Connecticut.