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Billy Joe Williams Dixon

Sunday, August 25, 2019
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Billy Joe Williams Dixon, 64, of Andrews passed away on Monday, August 19, 2019 in Andrews.

Family and friends will gather to celebrate his life at 3:00 PM Saturday, August 24, 2019 in McNett Funeral Home Chapel in Andrews. Cremation arrangements are under the personal care of McNett Funeral Home. The family will receive friends from 6 – 8 PM on Friday at the funeral home. Please visit for obituary information, visitation and service details, and family pictures and or videos.

Billy Joe was born on December 24, 1954 in Andrews, Texas. He was raised in Andrews and attended Andrews High School most of his life. He graduated from Washington High School in Atlanta, Georgia in 1973, but he returned to Andrews to spend the rest of his life in Andrews. He had worked for 40 years for L & L Trucking, which later became Sierra Trucking, and Basic Energy. He enjoyed barbequing and was a chef at heart. He liked going to estate sales, yard sales, and traveling. He loved the Georgia Bulldogs, Atlanta Braves, and the Pittsburg Steelers. He would help anyone he could and was a Man’s Man. He had a contagious smile and laugh, and he was known to do what he said he would do. He loved spending time with his family, especially his son. He was preceded in death by his parents, Bennie Williams and Billie Jean Johnson Williams, and 2 brothers, Crawford Williams and Glen P. Dixon.

Billy Joe is survived by his son, Billy Joe Dixon, Jr. of Andrews, daughter, Sheronica Smith of Atlanta, Georgia, brother, Archie L. Williams and wife of McDonough, Georgia, 2 sisters, Connie D. Williams of Midland and Atlanta, Georgia and Felita Morgan and husband, Lorenzo, of Hampton, Georgia, much loved friend, Allie Farrell of Denver City, God Parents, Loren and Cyndi Molleur of Andrews, and Billy Joe’s previous wives, Sherrell Dixon of Atlanta, Georgia and Diane Smith of Andrews, and several nieces, nephews and friends.

“Nobody cried, died, or went to jail; so, we’ll figure it out. Half the things we worry about never turnout that bad anyway.”