Who is Dixie Lewis? Michael Lewis Daughter dies in Car Crash; Her Bio, Wiki, Age, Boyfriend & Parents
Dixie Lewis Bio – Dixie Lewis Wiki
Dixie Lewis who was best known for being the teen of “Moneyball” and “The Big Short” author Michael Lewis and her boyfriend died in a head-on collision with a semi-truck near Lake Tahoe, as per Friday, May 28th reports.
Dixie Lewis had just wrapped up her freshman year at Pomona College where she played softball and had plans to study neuroscience while Schultz was studying kinesiology at Cal Poly Pomona. She and her boyfriend, Ross Schultz are Berkeley High class of 2020 grads.
Her father Michael Lewis has been married three times. He married his first wife, Diane de Cordova Lewis, in 1985. His second marriage was to former CNBC correspondent Kate Bohner. In October 1997, he married former MTV reporter Tabitha Soren. He and Soren had three children, and reside in Berkeley, California. Lewis is an atheist.
Michael Lewis has long been a contributor to Vanity Fair and is the author of “Moneyball” and “The Big Short” while his wife, Tabitha Soren and Dixie Lewis’s mom, is a photographer who formerly worked as an MTV reporter.
Dixie Lewis was with her Boyfriend Ross Schultz
On May 25, 2021, Lewis’s daughter Dixie died in a car accident near Truckee, California. She was 19 years old. Dixie was riding with her boyfriend Ross Schultz, 20, on Tuesday, May 25th around 3:20 p.m. on state Highway 89 in Truckee, Calif., when the accident occurred, CBS reported.
Schultz, who was driving north in a 2014 Ford Fusion, crossed into the southbound lanes and hit the Freightliner head-on, killing them both, the outlet reported.
“We loved her so much and are in a kind of pain none of us has experienced,” Michael Lewis, who is also a financial journalist, said in a statement. “She loved Ross, with whom she died,” the statement continued.
“She loved to live and our hearts are so broken they can’t find the words to describe the feeling. Her mother, Tabitha, and I, and her brother Walker and sister Quinn are going to find ways for her memory to live in her absence.”
Schultz’s aunt Lock Schultz Jaeger Statement
Schultz’s aunt Lock Schultz Jaeger in a statement to the San Francisco Chronicle said the couple were vacationing in Lake Tahoe when the crash occurred. “Ross loved his friends and he loved his family and, boy, did he love Dixie, who died with him,” she told the outlet.
“They were funny, they were charming, and they were both very smart. They were kind and they had friendships and relationships that were the deepest and most incredible bond.”
Soren told the outlet that her daughter was a “fighter” who “had a fire in her that people could see when she walked in the room.” “She used her intensity to bring up everyone around her and she tried so hard at everything she did,” the heartbroken mom said. “When she showed up, she was going to show up 150%.”
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