Lutee Dixon was born on July 6, 1924, in Luverne, Alabama, to Horace Lowery and Ida Jackson Lowery. There was a total of 13 born to this union.
In 1957, Lutee met and married James Dixon. After Marriage, they moved to Chicago, IL, and then onto Los Angeles, California. Lutee had a very extraordinary career as a nurse. She started at Hollywood Presbyterian Hospital in Los Angeles as the first African American female nurse. Her skills and experience led her to West Los Angeles V.A. Medical Center, where she retired from. She was a beloved nurse to the patients and was loved by her co-workers.
Mother, Aunt, Grandmother, and a friend are many words that could be used for Aunt Lutee, who left us on October 14, 2020, at 6 a.m. to be with the Lord and family members that have passed before her. She leaves two sisters behind, Willie Ella in (Alabama) and Mary Jene in (Rancho Cucamonga, Ca). Lutee also leaves behind an enormous number of nephews, nieces, cousins, and friends.
No matter what time day or night, if you were in need, Lutee reminded everyone in the family and others to come to 7222 Crenshaw Blvd, Los Angeles, Ca, where there was always a conversation, food, and rest if you needed it. Lutee will truly be missed.
Aunt Lutee, just a dedicated to her family, was a faithful worker and member of Cedar Grove Baptist Church in Los Angles, Ca.
Good and Faithful Servant, Well Done
Now that your labor has ended and time for your departure has come, these are the words Jesus would say to you, “Good and faithful servant, well done.” You fought a good fight; you kept the faith and stood for the right things. Now you can rest in heaven in the Master’s arms and receive your crown of life.
I Thessalonians 4:14
For if we believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so, God will bring with Him those who sleep in Jesus.
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