OBITUARY

Robert S. Dillman Jr.

October 22, 1934March 25, 2018

Robert S. Dillman Jr., 83, of Schwenksville passed away on March 25. From Pittsford, New York, he was the son of the late Imelda (Suhr) and Robert S. Dillman Sr., and the loving husband of Judith E. (Dadson) Dillman. Robert attained the rank of Sergeant in the United States Marine Corps, where he served as an aircraft mechanic and helicopter crew chief during the Korean War era. After his service, he worked as a Regional Supervisor with the Brown Shoe Company in St. Louis, Missouri. Robert was a member of the VFW Post in Red Hill, an avid fisherman and hunter, and a Pittsburgh Steelers fan. In addition to his wife, Judith, Robert is survived by two daughters, Mary (Phillip) Lieder and Tara (Joseph) Giunta; a son, Robert S. (Jill) Dillman III; six grandchildren, Jessica Giunta, Gavin Dillman, Joey Giunta, Jaime Giunta, Chase Dillman, and Paige Dillman; a sister, Geraldine (Tom) Sippel; and by several nieces, nephews, brothers-in-law, and sisters-in-law. Services will be held privately on Saturday March 31, at Limerick Garden of Memories. Flowers are welcome, or donations may be made in Robert’s memory to your local Humane Society.

  • FAMILY

  • Judith E. (Dadson) Dillman, Wife
  • Mary Lieder, Daughter
  • Phillip Lieder, Son-in-law
  • Tara Giunta, Daughter
  • Joseph Giunta, Son-in-law
  • Robert S. Dillman III, Son
  • Jill Dillman, Daughter-in-law
  • Geraldine Sippel, Sister
  • Tom Sippel, Brother-in-law
  • Robert S. Dillman Sr., Father
  • Imelda (Suhr) Dillman, Mother
  • Robert is also survived by six grandchildren, Jessica Giunta, Gavin Dillman, Joey Giunta, Jaime Giunta, chase Dillman and Paige Dillman; several nieces, nephews, brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law.
  • DONATIONS

  • your Local Humane Society

Services

  • Memorial Service
REMEMBERING

Robert S. Dillman Jr.

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Ron Hayes

March 30, 2018

I knew Bob in the short span he lived in Missouri and while I never did go coon hunting with him, I know he loved doing it and loved his dogs which I cared for when he and the family were on vacations. My condolences to the Dillman family.

Joe Connie Faruch

March 29, 2018

We have known Bob for many years. He was a wonderful Husband, Father and Grandfather. Everyone that knew him was aware of his kindness and gentle nature.
He was an advid hunter and fisherman. He enjoyed life to the fullest!
Deepest condolences to his wife and family. He wil be deeply missed by all that knew him
Love,
Connie & Joe Faruch

Coleman Lauterbach

March 28, 2018

So sorry to hear of Bob’s passing. Very sad, indeed. My memories of him are fairly faint, I knew him when I was a kid. But, he was always great to me, but also quite dangerous behind the wheel of his Pontiac, singlehandedley reducing the deer population of Western Pa. A man of good humor and grace. I am grateful to have known him.

FROM THE FAMILY