Marlene Dixon, 78, of Vero Beach passed away Monday, October 31, 2022 at her home.
Marlene was born May 15, 1944 in Banes, Cuba to Ramon and Blasina (nee Mateo) Vergara. She immigrated to the United States in 1957. She had been a resident of Vero Beach since 1999 coming from California.
She retired as a postal worker after 17 years with the United States Postal Service. Following her retirement she became a well known real estate agent with Century 21.
When she wasn’t working she enjoyed exploring her creative side by writing poems or painting. She also amassed a dachshund figurine collection.
She is survived by her son, Alberto Saa of California; granddaughters, Liliana Saa of New Hampshire and Chancie Saa of Arizona; 6 great grandchildren; brother, Alberto; best friend, Lucia Titacti; her dachshund, Katie and her African Gray parrot, Molly.
Marlene was preceded in death by her husband, George Dixon and her parents.
No services have been announced at this time.
Arrangements are under the care of Millennium Cremation Service of Vero Beach. An online guestbook may be signed at www.millenniumcremationservice.com.
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