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Clayton Dixon

Dixon, Clayton Wayne

With heavy hearts we lovingly say farewell to our son, brother, grandson, nephew, cousin and friend to many, Clayton Wayne Dixon.

Claytons life journey began when he was lovingly welcomed into the world on March 28, 1991 by his over joyed parents JoAnne and Darren Dixon, and many family and friends. Clayton was a charismatic young man who lit up any room he entered, exuding positive energy, and happiness, he could fill a room with laughter. Clayton was a compassionate and kind individual, a true gentleman. Clayton would make everyone laugh with his quirky sayings and fun loving attitude. Some of Clayton’s qutoes that bring laughter and fond memories to his family were “Ride that *ucker”, “That’s a rookie mistake”, “Guys gotta”, “Rope the dummy”, “mix it in” ,“you earned it”, “everybody gets one”, “good finds”, “Jo Dawg, buy me something!”, “don’t think just rope” and “todays, a good day”.

If you couldn’t find Clayton in the arena roping you could find him down at the barn with his black shadow Pepper Dog, “roping the bones, putting in man hours.” Clayton led an accomplished life, which included a talented rodeo career. Claytons successful rodeo career included a performance at the Canadian Intercollegiate Rodeo Association finals. Clayton was a big part of the rodeo family always willing to lend a hand behind the bucking shoots, to the timed event end. Clayton also finished a diploma in team roping, beer drinking and skirt chasing at Lakeland College, which also included a solid foundation in agricultural studies. In recent years Claytons love of ranching was evident as his relationship with his father grew into a partnership on the ranch.

Clayton will be lovingly be remembered by his family and friends. His memory leaves an everlasting positive impact on all the people he knew.

To know Clayton, was to love Clayton.

A celebration of Clayton’s life will be held in Findlater at the John Edwards Memorial Field Rodeo Grounds on Friday, July 31st at 4pm. In lieu of flowers, friends and family can donate to the Cowboy Crisis Fund that is being established in Clayton’s honour. Donations can be made at any Royal bank, to the Clayton Dixon Cowboy Crisis Memorial Fund.
Hanson’s Funeral Home of Davidson in care of arrangements.




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