President, Cleveland, Ohio Chapter
Louise Dixon- Oliver a native of Macon, Mississippi, currently residing in Cleveland, Ohio. Is the Chapter President of the Cleveland, Ohio Maconites Alumni Association, Inc. where she has served for forty years. She is a graduate of the Macon colored High School, Class of 54. She was a member of the first Macon High School girl’s basketball team where she received a gold medal for outstanding performance.
Enrolled at Alcorn College and accepted at Jackson College. She decided to pursuit marriage to William Havard Oliver. She is a very dedicated and committed individual. They have been married for 53 years and proud parents of six children and twenty-three grand-children.
Mrs. Oliver has shown commitment to her family, home and to the workforce for over 53 plus years. She is a dedicated wife, mother, and grandmother. While caring for her family, she has worked as a dental assistant, file clerk for a prestigious investment banking firm in Cleveland, Ohio and responsible for managing orders for multiple grocery store chains. While performing task outside of the home, Mrs. Oliver served as a pillar in her community. The neighborhood children would come to her home for lunch and home care.
Mrs. Oliver is a member of Mount Pleasant United Methodist Church, where she has served on numerous committees as a chair or committee member, choir member, and hosted children/youth bible study at her home and a host of church meetings at her home and several pastoral dinners.
Received numerous awards for her outstanding performance, passion and dedication to her home, community and society. Very active in the community bowling league etc…
Mrs. Oliver is very dedicated to education. All of her six children and college age grandchildren have attended and currently attending college. She instilled the importance and value of education to her children, grand-children, nieces and nephews and other family and friends.
Mrs. Oliver is the daughter of Lee “Bo” and Myra Dixon who were and are one of the pillars in the surrounding counties and community. The granddaughter of Rev. David and Pearl L. Page of Macon, Mississippi.