Dixie Sue Whitehouse

April 27, 1941 - November 2, 2011
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Dixie S. Whitehouse, nee Workman age 70, of Crown Point, IN, passed away on Wednesday, November 2, 2011 at her home. Dixie is survived by her husband: Floyd Whitehouse; children: Susan R. Bill Aguilera of Crown Point, and Sandee P. Dave Padgett of Republican City, NE; sister: Barbara L. Workman of Frankton, IN; brother: WilliamContinue Reading

s.f. left a message on January 29, 2017:
Dearest Dixie, HE wasn't the prince we thought he was.
Sylvia Felecos left a message on January 29, 2017:
Dearest Dixie, HE wasn't the prince we thought he was.
Herbert, Janet, Judi Marshall left a message on December 12, 2011:
Mrs. Whitehouse was my English teacher at Lake Central and my dad worked with Floyd. We just received her obit. from a friend that is still in the area. We are sorry to hear of her passing. Floyd, you are in our thoughts and prayers. Our addr. is 5416 E Duncan, Mesa, AZ 85205 if you'd like to tell us what you're doing.
Judy Mears left a message on November 9, 2011:
To Floyd and the family, Dixie was loved and cherished by so many. Her high school classmates feel so fortunate to have known her and spent time with her. Ken and Judy Mears
Susan Adley-Warrick left a message on November 8, 2011:
My condolences to Dixie Sue's family and friends. I had the privilege of being among her English and homeroom students during her first year teaching high school. Her dedication to teaching was very evident, and she let us know that she enjoyed her students as people. I am sure that my alertness as a reader and my writing improved, although I've forgotten those details. The details I remember have to do with some hilarious study-hour escapades. May God comfort you in your loss.
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Sara Jean & Danny Divine left a message on November 4, 2011:
Our love, thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Wish we could be there. Sara Jean
Sophia Felecos left a message on November 4, 2011:
May her memory be eternal! God Bless her soul!
Sylvia Felecos left a message on November 4, 2011:
Dearest Dixie, How can I ever forget all the love you gave me, your warm hugs, encouragement, faith, friendship, motherly advice, girl talk, innovative ideas about teaching like the King Arthur projects, camaraderie, lessons in life, our private lunches about everything from our love of adventure & travels to just about everything,& the notorious Dining with Dixie dates that grew from the two of us to sometimes a big devoted following? I can't!I won't!I never will! I will greatly miss your joy for living & having all the solutions for anything and everything. You certainly lived life to the fullest, my dear friend. You will always be alive in my heart. Say hello to my dad & Perry. Floyd doesn't know it yet,but he is going to have to substitute for you in our Dixie dinners. You certainly left your legacy here, and I am sure you are shaking up everyone in heaven, getting everybody involved in some activity and watching over all of us that love you. All my love, Sylvia
Jon Whitehouse left a message on November 3, 2011:
Sending prayers to the entire family. Dixie was an amazing woman who helped shape my own views and was a wonderful aunt. I always felt like no one else related to me like my aunt Dixie. We could sit and talk about writing, talk about God, or whatever else came up. I know that Dixie is in the arms of Jesus, without pain, without worry and smiling down upon us. I'm sure she has already met every single Whitehouse and every single Workman relative who is with her. I'll miss you aunt Dixie.
Tracy Kohler left a message on November 3, 2011:
Thinking of Susan and her family during this difficult time. Take joy in the happy times you had. Your Mom seemed like an outstanding woman.
Geisen Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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