MAYSVILLE – Rita Faye Dixon, 51, won her beautiful wings on September 26, 2021.
Faye was born in Covington on October 8, 1969.
She is survived by her beloved husband of 22 years, Jamie Dixon; her mother and father, Pamela and Gene Tull of Brooksville; three daughters, Cassandra (Dustin) Stanfield of Tollesboro, Kimberlynn (Jordan) Barnett and Pamela Dixon (Robert Jose Madera), all of Maysville; three sons, Brandon (Ashley) Dixon of Flemingsburg, Matthew (Megan) Dixon of May’s Lick and Randy (Christie) Dixon of Maysville; and a nephew, with whom she has a unique bond, Ryan (Whitney) White of Maysville.
Faye also leaves behind six grandchildren, who were in all respects the light of his life, Keylee, Peyton and Maverick Stanfield, Kyleigh Campbell, Kaison Stanton and Benjamin Dixon; and the children of Ryan and Whitney, Gideon, Elias and Olivia White. She also leaves four sisters, Barbie and Anna Hostetler, both of Maysville, Tonya Hostetler of Georgia and Whitney Hostetler of Panama City Beach, Florida; and four brothers, David (Corie) Hostetler of Knoxville, Tennessee, Dustin Hostetler of Georgia, and Chad and Jacob Hostetler, both of Mount Sterling.
She was predeceased by her father, David Hosteler; her stepmother and stepfather, Gerald and Wanda Dixon: and one brother, Darren Hostetler.
Faye loved this life that she and Jamie have built. They had a large, very loving and close-knit family. Faye lit up any room she entered with her infectious smile. Everyone who knew her loved her. She illustrated the direction of God to love one another. It is the incredible and wonderful legacy that she leaves behind.
Services for Faye Dixon will be held at 1 p.m. on Thursday, September 30, 2021 at Brell and Son Funeral Home with Reverend Lonnie Blosser as officiant.
Interment to follow at Maysville Mason County Cemetery.
Visitations will be from 11:00 a.m. until service time on Thursday.
Condolences on www.brellandson.com