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Mar 24, 2023

Lucille Dixon Biggio, 92, of Steubenville, Ohio, handed away on Monday, March 13, 2023. She was born in Mount Lebanon, Pennsylvania, on November 9, 1930, a daughter of the late Elmer H. and Victoria Carlson Dixon. Lucille was a 1948 Mount Lebanon Excessive College graduate and a member of Grace Lutheran Church.

As an lively member of the Steubenville neighborhood, she was a founding member of the Holly Twig at Ohio Valley Hospital, a life member of The Girl’s Membership of Steubenville, a De-He-Wa-Mis #479 Questers member, and a Cub Scout Den Mom. Lucille was an avid sports activities fan cheering each skilled and collegiate sports activities groups and the groups of her kids, grandchildren, and nice – grandchildren. She was one of many first to reach at video games all through the years along with her loving husband of 61 years, Frank. She additionally loved {golfing} on the Steubenville Nation Membership and was a devoted bridge participant. She valued her shut friendships and her household. Lucille all the time discovered methods so as to add magnificence to the world by means of a love of flowers, vogue, and gift-giving.

Her family members will miss her immensely. Previous Lucille in dying have been her husband, Frank C. Biggio; son Brian C. Biggio and siblings, Joe Dixon and Louise Hawthorne.

Lucille is survived by three kids Bob Biggio, Bruce Biggio, and Becca Biggio; daughter-in-law Beverly Biggio; 9 grandchildren, Chad (Stephanie) Biggio, Cristen (Chris) Tarquinio, Lindsay (Steve) Speca, Joe Biggio, Ava and Adele Gulino, Spencer, Lucas, and Rachel Biggio; and 7 great-grandchildren Zachary, Carmine, Bianca, Olivia, Sloane, Ellie and Jack. The household is grateful for the great care she acquired at Carriage Home and Carriage Inn.

Associates might name at Dunlope-Shorac Funeral Residence, 215 Fernwood Street, Wintersville, on Tuesday, March 28, from 9:30 a.m. till the time of companies at 11 a.m. Memorial donations could also be made to the Steubenville Ladies’s Membership.

Provide condolences at www.shorac.com

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