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Stewart William Dixon

October 13, 1971 - February 27, 2021

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October 13, 1971 – February 27, 2021

With deepest sadness we announce the sudden passing of our beloved son, brother, dad, grandfather and uncle Stewart on February 27, 2021.

Stewart had many passions, to name a few: Time spent with family, and any day spent on a lake with a cold “Lucky” beer and a fishing rod in his hand were enough to put a smile on his face. He was a giving man of his time and knowledge to whoever asked or wanted it. He spent many hours working side by side on numerous projects with his best friend and sister Carissa (without a single complaint!), a simple walk along the river with a coffee and finish off with some steak and eggs. It was the simple things that brought him most comfort.

Stewart is survived by his parents Don and Viola Dixon, his biggest supporter, advocate and sister Carissa (Allan Fraser), his children and grandchildren Contessa, Colten (Ava), Taylor (Austen, Bently), Alicia, nieces Brittany (Matt), Mackenzie, and good friend Alice.

Due to Covid-19 restrictions, there will be a small private family service on Friday March 5 at 2:00 p.m. We invite you to join us virtually via livestream at

distantlink.com/cherishedmemories.html .

Donations are greatly appreciated and may be made to Dubé Centre for Mental Health, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

Be kind to one another, you never know the road one has travelled.

“Coo Coo Kachoo