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Frederick Dix
1/14/1971 - 11/24/2012

Frederick  Dix

Funeral service for Frederick Dix will be Sunday 2:00 p.m. December 2, 2012 at Jerusalem Baptist Church.
Burial will be in GreenLawn Cemetery directed by Young & Young Funeral Home of Hartsville.
Viewing will be Saturday December 1, 2012 from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Our beloved Frederick Dix made his transition on November 24, 2012. He was involved in a car accident in Hartsville, SC. He is now resting with his Lord and Savior.
Frederick Dix was the son of the late Edward Lee and Elloree Mack Dix. He was born in Darlington County on January 14, 1971.
He was educated in the public schools of the County and was a 1989 graduate of Hartsville High School. As a student he learned to discipline himself. He had great athletic ability and was a star on HHS Football Team. He was a member of the, the State Champions of 1987 and 1988. He had great leadership ability. He and his team players shared a special bond that lasted his entire life.
Frederick was admired because he was kind, considerate, lively go lucky. He had friends he was friendly.
Because he grew up in a family of hard workers, he learned to work. He knew the value of a dollar. He was a proud employee of Sonoco Products Company. He worked as a machine operator for over thirteen years. He was considered to be a timely, diligent and loyal team player. He learned early in life the value of togetherness.
Frederick loved people. He enjoyed being in the presence of family and friends. His children were the joy of his life. He was a good father and provider.
Those surviving to remember the love shared are: his children, DeAsia A. Brown and Kennington A. Dix; his brothers and sisters, McKinley Dix, Arthur Lee (Belinda) Sumner, Eugene Mack, Shirlene Dix, Anita Williams, Tywanna Brunson, Veronica (Mike) Smith; he touched the lives of Quintazah, Trevion, Shakeinah, Monterrio, Kendle Benjamin; special friends, Chryshenda Benjamin, Charles Addison, Terra Wallace, Reba Bacote and Vanessa Carroway; nieces, nephews; other close relatives and friends.
He was preceded in death by: his parents, Edward Lee and Elloree Dix; a sister, Virginia Mack; his fiancee', Jessica LaToyia Scott.     

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From: Curtiss Outlaw   McBee
Relationship:  co-worker

My heart grieves at the loss of Fred. He was a good man who lived to make a good life for his son. He will truly be missed. He made everyone laugh. All who knew him are sad on this tragic day. My prayers are with his family. May God be with all of you through this difficult time.
Sent:  11/25/2012

From: Darlene Princess Spenser   Tacoma, Washington
Relationship:  Cousin

On behalf of Mary (Mack) Davis and Princess, daughter and granddaughter of Katherine Young, we send our heartfelt love and prayers during this time of bereavement. We thank God for the memories and celebration of the life he lived and the legacy passed on in his two children. We love you all and are praying continuously for full recovery of our little counsin. Love, Princess
Sent:  11/27/2012

From: Margetta Prescott   Hartsville
Relationship:  Classmate

Praying For The Family,Friends,Love Ones, and all that has been affected by the passing of Fred,Earth Has No Sorrow That Heaven Can't Heal.
Sent:  11/28/2012

From: Elizabeth Frazier   Hartsville s.c.
Relationship:  friend of the family

Praying that you look to God at this time,for he will give you comfort and strength in his hour.
Sent:  11/29/2012

From: robin jaworski  
Relationship:  friend

to the family Im so sorry for your loss. Fred was the sweetest person i have ever met. always smiling no matter if he was mad or sad. i never knew someone could have a big heart like that. he was one of kind. i will truly miss my friend and to his kids Im so sorry and know your dad is watching you.
Sent:  11/29/2012

From: HHS Class of 1989   Hartsville
Relationship:  classmate

We are so sorry to hear of the passing of our classmate and friend, Frederick.We are truly going to miss "that dude." Our deepest condolences goes out to his family and friends. To be absent from the body is to present with the Lord.
Sent:  11/30/2012

From: Elouise Mack   St. Thomas, Virgin Islands (US)
Relationship:  First Cousn

To Anita Marie and the Entire Dix Family. My prayers are with you during this time of Fred's passover. Know that Fred will forever live on in our hearts and we will all cherish the fond memories of him as "the Quiet Storm". Although his physical body may be away from us, his spirit lives on in his children and each of us as descendants of Warren, Sr. and Ella Louise Mack. May the Spirit of Comfort be the continual guide for each of you during this time. My entire church is praying for a full recovery for Kenington as the Great Physician Jesus does His work. Love you Your cousin Elouise
Sent:  12/1/2012

From: Bernice M. Wright   Bishopville
Relationship:  Cousin

To the Dix siblings: So sorry that I could not be with you today. Just know that our prayers have been with you since this tradegy. Demmie , Kelvin and our families will continue to pray for you. Just remember that God makes no mistake. Lift up your heads and bask in the found memories of you little brother and our cousin. May God forever bless and keep you all. With much love your cousins, Bernice McCants Wright
Sent:  12/2/2012