In Memory

Melanie Carson (Dixon) - Class Of 1966

Melanie Anne Carson Dixon (December 9, 1948 - April 13, 2014) Melanie Anne Carson Dixon , 65, passed away suddenly on the night of April 13th, 2014 at her home in Concord. Melanie was born on December 9th, 1948 at Mercy Hospital in Charlotte, North Carolina. The first child of the late Plummer Grady Carson, Jr. and the late Billy Anne Newman Carson, she was raised and educated in Atlanta, Georgia. She attended College Park High School one year. She worked for years as a laboratory technician before her transition to office management and administration. Melanie lived in South Florida and New Jersey before returning to Charlotte in 1980. "Mel" loved nothing more than her family, time at home, gardening and cooking. Her love for nature and animals (especially her dog, Moe) was unparalleled. Mel never saw a stray animal that she didn’t take in and feed, including deer, squirrels, raccoons and birds. She will not only be missed by her family, but all the wildlife in her neighborhood. The memorial service was held on Friday, April 18, 2014 at 1:00pm at Hartsell Funeral Home of Concord Chapel. Melanie is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Jessica and Dan Hurd, her son Peter Picariello, his three children, Melanie, Zoey and Vinnie, her brother, William G. (Corky) Carson, wife Teresa and sister Cynthia Stanley, husband Bill and their daughters, Laura and Katherine.



 
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04/23/14 07:47 AM #1    

Cheryl Nash (Turner) (1966)

I am so sorry to hear this.  Melanie and I were very good friends in grammar school - Longino Elementary. I spent many nights sleeping over at her home off Rugby Avenue and visiting with her family.  Her mom was a very sweet lady.  Melanie move away from CPHS when we were in the 9th grade to the Therrell School district.  We communicated several times through email in the last ten years.  She was a kind, gracious person, and I know she will be missed.  RIP sweet Melanie.


08/17/18 08:58 PM #2    

Robert (Bob) Rogers (1966)


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