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Luacia Dixon

March 15, 1949 — January 14, 2024

Luacia Dixon, a beloved member of the community, passed away on January 14th, 2024. Born on March 15th, 1949, in Kalamazoo, Michigan, Luacia was a remarkable individual known for her warm and welcoming nature. She had an innate ability to make everyone feel like they were a part of her extended family.

Luacia's personality was truly one-of-a-kind. She never met a stranger and possessed an uncanny ability to forge connections with people from all walks of life. Her genuine and personable nature made an impact on everyone she encountered. Luacia had the unique gift of giving everyone a nickname, which added a touch of humor and camaraderie to her interactions.

One could always count on Luacia to be there for those in need. She had a heart full of compassion and cared deeply for both children and seniors. Luacia dedicated herself to serving the community in various ways. Her selflessness knew no bounds, as she consistently found opportunities to give back and make a positive difference in the lives of others.

When she wasn't busy supporting her community, Luacia indulged in several hobbies and interests that brought her immense joy. She treasured traveling and exploring new places, immersing herself in diverse cultures around the world. Additionally, Luacia found solace in listening to all genres of music and could often be found engrossed in literature of all kinds. Volunteering was another passion that allowed her to connect with different individuals while making a meaningful impact.

Luacia's love for movies led her to enjoy the simple pleasure of going to the cinema with friends and family. This shared experience brought laughter, tears, and countless cherished memories throughout the years.

Family meant everything to Luacia. She leaves behind her adoring daughter Ondraya Dixon, who was the light of her life. In addition to Ondraya, Luacia leaves to cherish her memory a beloved sister to Luana Chandler and brother Myron Frasier. Furthermore, Luacia leaves behind a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, great-nieces and great-nephews who adored her. Luacia was preceded in death by her mother Ruth Frasier, father Andrew Frasier, sister Arlene Dickenson, sister Doris Jackson, sister Carol Gant-Fowlks, and brother Alan Frasier. 

Luacia Dixon's unwavering love and dedication to her family and friends will be remembered for generations to come. Her warm smile, caring nature, and ability to make everyone feel loved will forever remain in our hearts.

As we mourn the loss of Luacia, let us celebrate the vibrant life she led. May her memory inspire us all to be kinder, more giving individuals who embrace every opportunity to connect with others. Luacia's legacy will continue to shine brightly as a reminder of the profound impact one person can have on the lives of many.

Rest in peace, dear Luacia. You have touched our lives in immeasurable ways and your spirit will live on forever.

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