Ann T. Dillon

September 28, 1941October 8, 2020
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Ann T. Dillon, 79, lifelong resident of Flushing, NY passed away on Thursday, October 8, 2020. Born on September 28, 1941 to the late Thomas and Kathleen Dillon. Survived by her sisters Katherine Dillon, Margaret Hargaden (John), Mary Higgins (Michael), Thomas Dillon (Patricia). Loved by her many nieces and nephews.

Reposing at Quinn-Fogarty Funeral Home, 192-15 Northern Blvd Flushing, NY 11358, Monday 3-7 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial, Tuesday 10:45 A.M. at Mary's Nativity Church, 46-02 Parsons Blvd, Flushing, NY. Burial to follow at Mount St. Mary's Cemetery Flushing, NY.

In Lieu of flowers, please make a donation to your favorite charity in Ann's name.


  • Visitation

    Monday, October 12, 2020

  • Funeral Mass

    Tuesday, October 13, 2020

  • Committal Service

    Tuesday, October 13, 2020


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Phyllis Parra

October 21, 2020

To the Dillon family and friends, I offer my deepest condolences on the passing of my dear friend Ann
I will fondly look back and cherish my friendship and memories with her, we met in 2013.
Ann you will be profoundly missed by all you touched.
Rest In Eternal Peace my dear friend. XO
Soar with the angels...

ann nolan

October 13, 2020

To all the Dillon family may I offer my sincerest sympathy on the passing of my cousin Ann.
I have fond memories of Ann when we visited in 1970
Ann and Aunt Kathleen looked after us so well
I am sure they are united now

Teresa Calabrese

October 12, 2020

To Our Family-the Dillons: I have so many great memories of Ann and the great friend she always was to our family. It was so great seeing all of the photos and the one of Laddie Boy! I think my earliest memory of Ann was with Laddie -I have no idea how old I was but pretty young. Sometimes she would bring my sisters and I all the toys and gum from the gum machine at her job. I will always treasure the parties, our talks, Ann's advice on handling death, staying with me and Diana once or twice and she would come from next door already in her pjs-I loved that. Ann and Mrs. Dillon helped my sisters and I plan our parents 25th wedding anniversary party-Ann took me everywhere to get supplies and lots of alcohol! She was a great friend to my parents and especially to my mom after my dad died. They spent a lot of time together and that meant a lot to my mom. Two favorite memories-in addition to her fabulous laugh: when I was graduating from college she told me how much it meant to my father-how he couldn't stop talking about it and being emotional when he spoke to her: and when the Marriage Equality Act passed in NYS in 2011 Ann called me and didn't even say hello-she said "Congratulations, I'm so happy for you-finally! Now when are you and Cora getting married?!" I was so touched by that phone call and that she immediately thought of me. Ann will always be in my heart-I know our families are having a drink (or a few) together now-watching over all of us. Rest easy Ann xoxxo Teresa, Cora and Lissa

Eileen Cunningham -Ambery

October 12, 2020

So many fond memories of what I always believed were the “Three Musketeers “, Ann , Kay and Margie . Had the privilege to see first hand how she adored and loved her niece Tricia and her grand nephews and niece . Will always remember her fondly and hope the warm memories of her comfort the Dillon , Hargaden and Rogers families . Rest In Peace Ann . Love , Eileen and family

Diana Calabrese

October 12, 2020

To our second family,

Living next door to the Dillons was like having a second family. My father always said (and he absolutely adored Ann) that we don’t have neighbors—we have family. Years ago, I Found a German shepherd mix and unfortunately we couldn’t keep her. My dad had a friend in Brownsville Brooklyn that took the dog to protect his car shop. A few days later the dog ran off and I was heartbroken. Without my parents ever knowing it, Ann would take my sister and me to Brownsville Brooklyn after she got off of work for about a week to look for the dog. Unfortunately we never found the dog, but I will never forget the beautiful heart that Ann had and I’m so grateful that she took the time to take us. There are so many stories but another good one was that when my son was born we couldn’t afford a video camera. Every time we came to visit my mom and dad she would take a and eventually we had a tape of just Michael. She was there for the good times and the bad times as well as the rest of the Dillon family and I want to thank you all for being such a strong part of our childhood. A few years ago my sisters and I went to visit Ann and I’m so glad that we did at least get a chance to hang out with her. She will be missed. Out deepest condolences to everyone in the Dillon family. May she Rest In Peace. Diana, Dominick, Michael, Megan, and Jimmy.

Edward Nolan

October 12, 2020

May Ann rest in peace. Condolences to my 1st cousins, Katherine, Margaret, Mary, Tommy on the passing of your sister Ann.

Margaret Hogan

October 11, 2020

Deepest condolences to the Dillon family on the sad passing of Ann. Many happy memories visiting Ann in Flushing with my Mother (Mary Hogan) over the years. Always a lovely welcome from Ann, a good chat and a nice cup of tea. Rest In Peace Ann, (Hogan’s Birr/New York)

john Nolan

October 11, 2020

condolences to Dillon family on sad passing of ann
fond memories of visits to burling street and chats with aunt Kathleen and ann.
always a nice meal and a manhattan
thinking of all at this sad time
regards from knock co. mayo
john and Bernie nolan

William Nolan

October 11, 2020

My deepest sympathy to the Dillon Family on the passing of your sister, Ann. May she rest in peace.

Michael Nolan

October 10, 2020

Condolences to my 1st cousins, Katherine, Margaret, Mary, Tommy on the passing of your sister Ann. May she rest in peace


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