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Steven Aaron Dixon, age 71 of Buffalo, Minnesota passed away on August 7, 2023.

Steve was born May 21, 1952 to Aaron and Lois (Vergin) Dixon. He was confirmed at St. John’s church in Buffalo, Mn. Steve was a 1970 graduate of Buffalo High School. He was raised on the family farm.

As a young man, Steve enjoyed and took great pride in showing cattle at the Minnesota State Fair. He also served in the National Guard and wore his veterans hat proudly. In 1973 Steve married Linda (Mahler) they had three children, Alicia, Shaun and Nathan. Steve was a lifelong dairy farmer. It is also fair to say he was a jack of all trades. He worked hard and instilled this work ethic in his kids. He was known to enjoy a good practical joke. Those around him were never sure when or where they would be the recipient of one of his practical jokes. Steve had a wonderful sense of humor and a heart for giving.

Steve is survived by his loving family…Children: Alicia (Chad) Stoll of Buffalo, Shaun (Geri) Dixon of Hanover, Nathan (Tiffany) Dixon of Buffalo; 9 grandchildren: Shelby (Jacob) Scherber, Alandra Stoll, Annika Stoll, Sierra Dixon, Max Dixon, Levi Dixon, Myles Dixon, Charlie Dixon and Frankie Dixon; siblings Sandi Baert, Doug (Julie) Dixon, Denny (Pam) Dixon; many nieces and nephews who will always hold a special place in his heart and numerous great nieces and nephews.

Preceded in death by his parents, Aaron and Lois Dixon.

His children would like to express a special thank you to Stacy, Ben, Jeremy and Derek for their extra love, help, care and support the last few months.

A Celebration of LIfe will be held on Friday, August 11 from 4:00-7:00 pm at the Dixon farm.

11 Guestbook Entries

  1. Brian Schmid

    So Sorry for your loss! Prayers out to the Dixon family.

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  2. Corey Stueven

    So sorry to hear. Steve was a great guy. Prayers to you all.

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  3. Josh Grambart

    Sorry for your loss!

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  4. Campfield Kathy

    So very sorry for your families loss Alicia. Thinking of you all.

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  5. Kim Gorter

    Rest in peace Steve! Happy you are no longer suffering. Praying for family and friends.

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  6. Craig R. Annis

    Have known Steve since 1960, and yes, even back then his practicle jokes could get you. He was Hard Working, Loving and Caring and always seemed to have a friendly smile. His later life was a bit more difficult with ailments and such, but he would still have a smile for you! RIP Steve, You have earned it!!!

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  7. Steve Hancock

    For many years, we were neighbors to Steve. He always welcomed us to stop by and chat. And his family farm was always kept in top notch shape! He would often say, “you know I love you Steve”. Well, back at you buddy! Rest in Peace!

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  8. Hank&Linda Van Erp

    RIP Steve, we have many good memories!

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  9. Ric Seashore

    Sorry for your loss! Prayers for the family.

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  10. Pamela Schendel

    Steve was a great guy. You are all in my thoughts and prayers

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  11. steve kelm

    Sadden to hear about Steve, our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

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