Joyce M. Dix
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READSBORO- Joyce M. Dix, 74, a resident of Glen Avenue, died peacefully at her home on Thursday, February 23, while surrounded by her family and companion George Tower. The daughter of John and Vivian (Shippee) Birch, she was born in North Adams, MA, on November 14, 1942.

Ms. Dix was a graduate of Drury High School, class of 1960. She had worked at the former Readsboro Chair Shop until it closed and then at G.S. Precision from which she retired.

Her hobbies and interests included horses, fishing, dancing, bingo, spending time with family, traveling, and going to her land and cooking out. She was a regular participant in the annual Green Up Day and was a member of the Readsboro Lions Club and Readsboro American Legion Auxiliary.

Ms. Dix leaves her son, David Jasper Dix III and his wife Wanda, of Whitingham; daughters, Jody Berard-Kemp and husband Les, of Readsboro, and Penny Dix, of Whitingham; brother, Daniel Birch and wife Joanne, of Readsboro; sisters, Donna Brewer and husband Larry, of Readsboro, and Cindy Gray, of Brattleboro; and grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband David Japser Dix Jr. on May 9, 1999, and oldest son Daniel Allen Dix on November 17, 2010.

Funeral services will be held on March 11, at 11 am, at the Readsboro First Baptist Church with Rev. John Brigham officiating. Burial will take place at a later date in the Sadawga Cemetery in Whitingham.

Memorial gifts may be made to the Readsboro First Baptist Church in care of Covey, Allen & Shea Funeral Home, PO Box 215, Wilmington, VT 05363.

To send personal condolences visit www.sheafuneralhomes.com.
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