Philippians 3:20-21 tells us that our citizenship is in Heaven, and from it we await a Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ, who will transform our lowly body to be like his glorious body, by the power that enables him even to subject all things to himself.
It’s hard to understand why people are taken from us so young, but we find comfort in knowing you were a special part of a well-lived life. Please note that when the Lord calls our loved ones home, He leaves a gift of memories in exchange.
Victor Morris Nixon was born on January 22, 1962 to Rosa Lee Milliron and the late Johnnie L. Milliron in Brunswick, Georgia. He entered into eternal rest on Saturday, August 1, 2020, Southeast Georgia Health System.
Victor also known as “Bulldog” to some and Nixon to others received his formal education in the Glynn County Public School System, Brunswick, Georgia. After graduation, he attended Virginia State University before transferring and graduating from Cheyney University, Cheyney, Pennsylvania, where he was well known for his superb football skills. He was a member of Phi Beta Sigma. He possessed a special passion for the Georgia Bulldogs. Due to his love of football and his desire to share his gift for the game with others, he became a coach for the City of Brunswick Little League Program.
Victor accepted Christ as his personal Savior at an early age and after returning to the Brunswick area he became a member of Greater Works. He also worked for Walmart for 15 years and loved his job.
He was preceded in death by: father, Johnnie L. Milliron and his sister, Cathy Doreen Nixon.
He leaves to cherish his memories: his mother, Rosa Lee Milliron; brothers, Kendall (Corliss) Nixon, Sr. and Michael Nixon, Sr.; sisters, Marietta Mangram and Darlene (Douglas) Bradley; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
Due to the current state of (COVID-19) pandemic and in order to promote social distancing, as ordered by the Governor for the State of Georgia, anyone entering the funeral home for viewing; as well as attending all graveside services must wear a mask. We will also limit the number of persons allowed to entered the funeral home at any given period during the viewing process. We ask that you leave the premise upon exiting the building. The family is most appreciative to each of you for your prayers and considerations during this difficult time in their lives.
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