Stephen P. Hixon

5 entries
  • "Steve was the first person to teach me "The Process" at..."
    - John Mallory
  • "Jenn, Molly and the entire Hixon family, my prayers go out..."
    - Andre Lester
  • "A sad time for the Hixon Family and all of us he touched..."
    - Alan Heal
  • "Jen, Molly and Nate and the Hixon family, My heartbreaks..."
  • "I first met Steve fishing on the beach at 3rd ave so in..."
    - Brian Cates
The Guest Book is expired.

CAMDEN - Stephen P. Hixon, 50, died suddenly on Thursday, Dec. 6, 2018.

He was born in Springfield, Ohio and graduated from Springfield North High School and then attended Wright State University in Fairborn, Ohio.

He enjoyed fishing, baseball, golf and was notorious for causing trouble with his brothers.

He moved to Maine in 1990 where he started his career in auto-sales with Yankee Ford and mastered his craft within months. He then served in upper management for the better part of 27 years. His virtuosity helped to build the Yankee group into the premier Ford dealer group in the state.

Over his 28 year career in auto sales, Steve received many accolades for his sales abilities, including becoming a Ford Master Certified Sales Manager and an AFIP Certified Finance Manager.

His career in Maine included the areas of South Portland, Brunswick and most recently he managed Rockland Ford where he will be greatly missed and will always be considered an irreplaceable team member.

Steve met his wife Jen and her son, Nate, in 2002 and they were married soon after. In 2004 they welcomed their beautiful daughter, Molly.

Steve embraced his role in the Feener Family as Cornhole Champion and Wing Master. He enjoyed annual family camping trips across the state where he was able to boast his role as Karaoke King.

He was a passionate golf player and loved to host poker night for his friends. He was an expert at all bar sports and will be remembered for his great smile, sense of humor, sarcastic wit and baby blues.

Steve "The Shredder" Hixon was predeceased by his brothers, Danny Hixon and Michael Hixon; his father Patrick "The King" Hixon; and stepfather Larry "Hoser" Gunter.

Steve is survived by his pumpkin Molly, his wife Jen "Chill" Hixon, his stepson Nate Raye, all of Camden; his mother Susan Schutte Gunter of Springfield, Ohio; his stepmother Sharon Hixon and half brother, Joe Hixon also of Springfield, Ohio.

An informal gathering will take place on Thursday, Dec. 20, 2018, from 1 - 4 p.m. at 16 Bay View St. in Camden. Please join us in remembering Steve. There will be a cash bar and hours d'oeuvres. Jen would love for you to share your memories of Steve with her, Molly and Susie via email at [email protected] Please keep in mind that parking is limited, feel free to find parking at the Public Landing, Bay View Landing or on the street.

Memorial gifts may

be made to:

Stephen Hixon Children's Education Fund

c/o The First

P.O. Box 1137

Rockport, ME 04856

Published in Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram on Dec. 13, 2018
bullet World War II
Give others a chance to express condolences. Not right now.
Search Obituaries & Guest Books
You are searching
Powered by