Claude Wiley Dixon of San Antonio, Texas went to be with his Lord on Thursday, April 19, 2018 surrounded by his family and friends. Claude was born in San Antonio, Texas on November 8, 1957 , he was the second child of Benjamin and Dorothy (Brooks) Dixon. He attended schools in the East Central School District. Claude came to know the Lord as a child attending both Harmony and Glory Bound Churches. Claude was an ever present figure in both school and church choirs and bands. He developed a love of travel and became a commercial driver of limousines, both school and charter buses. His hobbies included building computers and earning a degree in Electronics Engineering Technology. His preference for music was gospel or country. He became a sought after dance partner and was the "go to" person for where one could enjoy live country bands. Claude's personality was magnetic and his demeanor was kind, trusting and big hearted. He knew no strangers as everyone became his friend. He is preceeded in death by his parents, Benjamin and Dorothy Dixon; sister, Mary Lou Potter; brothers, Benjamin Dixon, James Dixon and Richard McCombs. He is survived by his children, Ashley and Nathan; his brothers, Wayne and wife Sue McCombs and Ara and his wife Donna Dixon along with numberous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews and a host of friends. Claude was a devout Christian and servant of our Lord.

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  1. To the family ,I was very sad to hear this news..Claude was a wonderful person and enjoyed life.Its such a tragedy to lose him so young.He will be greatly missed.I pray that God will give the family comfort and strength to endure at this time.God bless u all

  2. Claude, I’m so sorry to hear of your passing. You will be missed on the dance floor @ Martinez Social Club. May you Rest In Peace!

  3. No need to pray for or mourn Claude. He was and is with the Lord God Almighty. To his family, May God Guide And Keep You In These Times. Best just to remember and celebrate his life. Hey, Claude, save me a seat in Heaven!

  4. Love, hugs, and prayers for y’all. I have many fond memories of Claude. May the peace of our Lord be with you.

  5. So sorry for Claude’s family’s loss. Way too young. Knew him since elementary, very sweet person. Rest in Peace

  6. I’m saddened by the loss of Claude but know he’s now dancing on the floors of heaven. He was such a caring and considerate man with a heart of gold and willingness to always please others. May he rest in eternal peace. My condolences and prayers for all of his family and friends.

  7. Still hard to believe this. You were always nice to me in High School. Now your home. Angels are singing and God is smiling another one of his sons is in heaven. Prayers for your family.

  8. Claude, my dancing partner–may you dance your way through the gates of heaven! God bless your family and be with them through this difficult time.

    Your presence will be missed on the dance floor at Martinez, Hangin’ Tree, Country Nights, and every other dance floor in Texas!

  9. Years of great memories with my favorite dance friend❤️ I’m comforted knowing you are singing and dancing with our Lord.

  10. My sincere condolences to the family. Claude was a very special person. He always had a smile and kind words to share. He was a gentle, respectful, and trustworthy man. Our group of friends will really miss seeing him each week. We will see you again one day Claude. Until then, save a dance for me!

  11. My sweet and dearest dancing bear may you be singing and dancing all the way with the Lord in heaven! You will always have that special place in my heart! Love and hugs❤❤❤

  12. So sorry for your loss. Claude was such a gentleman on and off the dance floor. He will be missed by all! A dancing Angel. RIP Claude, till we meet again.

  13. There will never be another like you my friend. Dance with the Angel’s I’ll join you on that dance floor in time. My condolences to everyone who had the honor of knowing this man. He was a good and dear friend.

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