2023ObituariesRonald “Keith” Dixon

August 11, 2023by SealeUser1
Dixon, Ronald

June 15, 1960 – August 8, 2023

Ronald “Keith” Dixon, a lifelong resident of Livingston, passed away with family by his side on Tuesday, August 8 at Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center in Baton Rouge. He was 63. Keith was born on June 15, 1960, in Baton Rouge. He was a graduate of French Settlement High School and worked in various positions at the Honeywell chemical plant in Geismar for 43 years.

Keith was a wonderful son, husband, father, and grandfather. His greatest joys were spending time with his family and venturing into Sportsman’s Paradise on a fishing or hunting trip. He was a member of Pine Grove Baptist Church in Livingston.

He is survived by his loving wife of 38 years, Vesta Melinda “Mindy” Dixon; sons Austin Keith Dixon, Corey Tyler Dixon and wife Erin; daughter Anna Dixon Duvall and husband Derek; grandsons Dane Paul Duvall and Tyler Michael Dixon; and his father, Warden Conrad “Jimmy” Dixon. He is preceded in death by his mother Hazel Lea Dixon.

Services will be held Saturday, August 12 at FBC Livingston, located at 29401 South Frost Road in Livingston. Visitation will begin at 12:00 p.m. with a funeral service at 2:00 p.m. Burial will follow at Gateway Gardens Memorial Park.

Pallbearers will be Corey Dixon, Johnny Bert Dixon, Derek Duvall, Michael McMorris, Will Watts, David Carpenter, Kendall Hill, Chuck Sanchez, and Sam Oliver. Honorary pallbearers will be Dane Duvall, Tyler Dixon, and Steve Stevens. Condolences may be offered at www.sealefuneral.com



One comment

  • Laurie Reine

    August 11, 2023 at 8:58 pm

    I worked with Keith since 1996 in Operations for 25 years until I retired in mid 2019. The majority of time we were on the same wonderful, hard- working “B” shift. He was the Boardman and then our Supervisor. You get to know about about a person when you see them that much. He was a fine, ethical fellow and great at what he did. He was excellent in his knowledge of the Plant and even greater at being a fine Man and friend. He had a sharp wit, dry humor. I’m smiling thinking about it! Great character. I was even fortunate to be his Boardman when he was my Supervisor. He was supportive, honest, hard- working and fair. You could tell him anything and trust him. He was respectful to all. We cooked a many time on our Shift and shared more than just work. It was a strong bond everyone had and you could feel it. We even worked with Corey as our I & E tech. As fine a fellow as his Dad. When speaking on the phone times with Mindy, the same good, warm feeling. That’s a testamony about who Keith was. Keith is in the loving arms of our Heavenly Father and my prayers and thoughts are for the Family and friends. If we all could take an example of everything Keith did and how he lived and pass it around it would be an impact that would improve so many lives. Keith was like a older brother in ways. Gosh, all who met him and worked with knows what I mean. Keith will leave a lasting impact on us all. A blessing the day I was fortunate to meet him . I love you Keith and am a better person for having you in my life.


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