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Bobby Dillon, Packer With One Eye and Team Record, Dies at 89

2019-08-30T22:28:37+0000

An All-American defensive back at the University of Texas and a four-time Pro Bowl safety, he holds Green Bay’s lifetime interception mark with 52.


Steve Dillon, Comic Artist Who Helped Create ‘Preacher,’ Dies at 54

2016-10-24T01:09:36+0000

Mr. Dillon also worked on the character Judge Dredd for the British comic book 2000 AD and the Marvel character The Punisher.


Leo Dillon, Celebrated Illustrator of Children’s Books, Is Dead at 79

2012-05-31T01:27:33+0000

Mr. Dillon, with his wife and collaborator, Diane, was one of the world’s pre-eminent illustrators for young people.


Leonard Dillon, Pioneering Reggae Singer, Dies at 68

2011-10-03T04:53:24+0000

Mr. Dillon, an influential Jamaican singer and songwriter, founded the vocal group the Ethiopians.


Denis E. Dillon, Prosecutor on Long Island, Dies at 76

2010-08-16T04:43:10+0000

Mr. Dillon, the longtime district attorney of Nassau County, N.Y., quietly oversaw high-profile prosecutions while using his office as a bully pulpit against abortion.


Paid Notice: Deaths DILLON, RAYMOND, W. SR.

2006-12-12T05:00:00+0000

DILLON--Raymond, W. Sr., of Manhasset, NY on December 10, 2006. Beloved husband of Patricia (nee Kuhlmann), loving father of Patricia Ann, Raymond W. Jr., Mary Dillon Reynolds, Maureen and Gerald Michael. Also survived by six grandchildren, sisters Patricia Darrell and Aveline Christie. Pre-deceased by his brother John Jr. Visiting at The Fairchild and Sons Funeral Home, 1570 Northern Blvd in Manhasset on Tuesday 3-5 and 7-9 pm. Mass of Christian Burial, Wednesday 10:00 am at St. Mary's R.C. Chu ...


Paid Notice: Deaths DILLON, ROBERT J.

2005-12-18T05:00:00+0000

DILLON--Robert J., 61, died peacefully at home on December 16 after a short illness. Beloved husband of Phyllis and father of Alexander, Ph.D. Anthropology, Columbia University, 1976. Fund-raising executive for non-profits, most recently, Edison Schools, Inc. A lover of classical music, he played the clarinet. He was generous and open-hearted, and had a life-long passion for social progress and liberal causes. Service on Monday December 19, 11:30am, Riverside Memorial Chapel, 76 St. & Amsterdam ...


Paid Notice: Deaths DILLON, ROBERT J.

2005-12-17T05:00:00+0000

DILLON--Robert J., 61, died peacefully at home on December 16 after a short illness. Beloved husband of Phyllis and father of Alexander, Ph.D. Anthropology, Columbia University, 1976. Fund-raising executive for non-profits, most recently, Edison Schools, Inc. A lover of classical music, he played the clarinet. He was generous and open-hearted, and had a life-long passion for social progress and liberal causes. Service on Monday December 19, 11:30am, Riverside Memorial Chapel, 76 St. & Amsterdam ...


Paid Notice: Deaths STEWART, DILLON

2005-11-30T05:00:00+0000

STEWART--Dillon. The staff of WNYC, New York Public Radio, mourns the untimely loss of our friend and former colleague, Dillon Stewart, who spent nearly a decade as a staff member in our finance department. We will forever admire his courage and sense of duty. We extend our deepest sympathies to his family. Laura Walker, President


Paid Notice: Deaths DILLON, MARTIN

2005-08-30T05:00:00+0000

DILLON--Martin. A uniquely bright light in our lives went out when our dear friend & colleague, Martin Dillon, passed away suddenly. We mourn his passing with tears, giggles & endless gratitude. Martin was a superb musician, a wonderful tenor, an adored teacher, & above all, an irrepressibly sweet, and loving friend. He left the earth feeling great about his life, & those luminous sparks of happiness he created will surround us forever. Love. Arthur J. Levy, Charlotte Surkin, Joseph Schiavo



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