In Loving Memory ofVicki Ann (Muir) Dixon

Vicki Ann Dixon, 56, peacefully passed away Thursday evening March 7, 2024, at UW Medical Center after a brave five-month battle with a very aggressive colon cancer.

Born December 20, 1967, to Barbara and Dallas Muir, Vicki lived her entire life in Elma, Washington. After graduating from Elma High School in 1986, Vicki tenaciously pursued her first degree in accounting from St. Martin’s University. After graduating Vicki began her accounting career at Johnson Stone & Pagono (JSP) in Fircrest, Washington. After several years at JSP Vicki established her own CPA firm Dixon & Company in Elma. Striving to improve business Vicki pursued her master’s degree in taxation and graduated from Golden Gate University in San Francisco, California.

Of the family home Vicki is survived by her husband of 25 years Lee and their son Brandon Dixon of Elma, her father Dallas Muir of Elma, two brothers Randy (Paula) and Ron (Dorthy) and her sister Tracie Davis of Elma, bonus son Brandon Tyler, and she was Nanna to Braydon Tyler in addition to numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, and many close friends.

Vicki brought love and joy to her community. Her bright light and beautiful smile touched the lives of everyone she met, leaving behind a trail of heartfelt memories and a legacy of strength and resilience. Vicki’s compassion for her friends never wavered. She was the first to offer a helping hand to those in need and was an inspiration to us all. Vicki loved her horses, her dogs, and especially her cat Satan, and Debbie’s cat whom she nicknamed Fat Bastard. Vicki will be remembered for her love of PNW sports, specifically football. This was the first time in 15 years that Vicki had missed a Seahawk game. She has been a Washington Huskies season ticket holder for almost twenty years. Her festive nails were always a part of game day. She enjoyed attending wine festivals and concerts, her favorite being the Astoria Crab Seafood and Wine Festival. Her up-for-anything spontaneity and her always positive attitude have impacted everyone who was blessed to have met her. May Vicki rest in grace and peace, free from pain, and may her memory continue to bring comfort to those who mourn her passing.

There will be a celebration of life to honor Vicki on Saturday, April 13, 2024, from 3 to 7 p.m. at the Olympic View Grange, 466 Old Monte-Brady Rd., Brady. There will be a dinner and potluck.

For those who wish to help the family with unexpected expenses, a GoFundMe account has been set up in Vicki’s name.