Albert Lerue Dixon

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Albert Lerue Dixon

Albert Lerue Dixon Memorial services for Judge Albert LeRue Dixon III will be held on Thursday, March 7, 2019, at 1:00 p.m. at the Chapel of Boren-Conner Funeral Home in Jacksonville, with Chaplain Keith Hague officiating.
Albert LeRue Dixon III was born December 14, 1943, in Portsmouth, Virginia. He was an Eagle Scout and a member of Phi Delta Kappa and a Mason. He was a graduate of Baylor Law and served as District Attorney and was a member of Who's Who in Texas. He served for eight years as County Court at Law Judge in Rusk, Texas. He passed away on March 3, 2019, after a lengthy illness.
Albert LeRue Dixon was preceded in death by his parents, Albert L. Dixon, Jr. and Johnie Corrice Ergle Dixon and a stepdaughter, Tracey M. Murphy.
Albert LeRue Dixon is survived by his wife, Jackie Stallings Dixon of Jacksonville; three sons, Albert L. Dixon, IV of San Antonio, Arthur Zac Dixon and John David and Shanna K. Dixon of Jacksonville; two stepsons, D. Chris Frazer of Jacksonville and Steve K. Frazer of Chandler; a stepdaughter, Sarah Frazer of Jacksonville; a brother, Craig Dixon of Merrit Island, FL and sister-in-law, Carol Dixon; a grandson, Carter Dixon of Tomball; and two granddaughters, Emily Dixon of Houston and Myla Grace Dixon of Jacksonville; as well as many extended family members and very good friends.
Published on March 5, 2019
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Margaret Dover
Mar 09, 2019
The Judge was a very compassionate man. He talked to two of my nephews when they were little and in the middle of a custody suite. By brother was trying to get the boys. Judge Dixon carried them into his office and talked to them and told them the talk was just between him and the two little boys. He awarded the boys to their dad. To this very day neither of them have spoken about the conservation. They both are grown men with families of their own. Thanks to the talk the boys have grown up to become wonderful young men.