Dixon Family Loses Father, Son

The Dixon family, which has operated Tri-County Produce since 1985, suffered a pair of losses in recent months, with the passing of 83-year-old patriarch Jim Dixon, on February 5, and his 57-year-old son, Mike Dixon, last year on November 28. Both men died from a heart attack. Mike’s ashes were scattered at sea off Santa Barbara on 2/13. A celebration of Jim’s life will be held at 11 a.m. on 3/5 at First Presbyterian Church of Santa Barbara. The public is welcome to attend

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