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David M. Dillon

April 23, 1956November 18, 2020

David M. Dillon, age 64, of West Carrollton, Ohio passed away on Wednesday, November 18, 2020 at Kettering Memorial Hospital. David was born April 23, 1956 in Dayton, OH to Junior and Phyllis (Cox) Dillon.

David was a graduate of Springboro High School and was an Outstanding Member of the Springboro High School Football Hall of Fame. He was a truck driver with Union Corrugated in Tipp City which he loved for several years.

David was preceded in death by his father, Junior Dillon, his brother, Rodney Dillon, his father-in-law, Buford Neal.

He is survived by his wife of 38 years, Roselynn Gaye (Neal) Dillon; his mother and step-father, Phyllis and Roy Schmunk; his sons, Chip Lane and Steven Bradley; his brothers, Mark (Cathy) Dillon, Scott (Shirley) Dillon; his grandchildren, Sarah Sutton, Jocelyn, Anderson; his mother-in-law, Midge Neal; his brother-in-law, Glenn Neal; his step brother, Mark (Tonya) Schmunk: his step sisters, Tuesday Hippensteel, Linda (Earl) Hoover; many nieces and nephews.

A Memorial Gathering will be 1-3pm on Saturday December 5, 2020 at the Anderson Funeral Home 40 N. Main St Springboro, OH where friends may have an opportunity to speak and participate in a balloon release at 3:00 p.m.

Online condolences may be left for the family at www.anderson-fh.com.

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Thomas Gross III

November 26, 2020

Dave was a great athlete, an even better shortstop. Had the privilege to play softball with he and Rod on the Mana Con Softball Team that won our league one year going undefeated. Dave was a big part of that. I first met Dave when he played football at Boro with brother Rod. Then was reunited on the softball fields. Many Many great memories. Rest in Peace Dave.

Ronald Hicks

November 21, 2020

From the first time I met Dave I could tell he was a real likeable guy laid back easy-going, great conversations with him because we shared the same interests in sports we could make jokes and laugh and have a great time, he will be missed by alot of Family and Friends ( R I P )

Jeff- Cox

November 21, 2020

So very sorry to hear of Dave's passing. He was my first cousin, and although I didn't get to see him often, I sure enjoyed it, when I did.
I will forever remember the way that he always made anyone around him smile, and those dog ears he wore one year, when he
came to WV for Thanksgiving. RIP Dave, you will be missed !!

Michael Lambright

November 20, 2020

Michael Lambright

November 20, 2020

Dave, you are my brother and friend, I will always love you and will see you again. Gaye, so sorry for your loss, if you need anything, please do not hesitate to call. Phyllis, Mark, Scott, Brad and Chip please accept my condolences. A million memories, here are just a few -

Dave, the Athlete
Springboro athletic hall of fame, Baseball – shutout with 19 Ks in a playoff game versus Waynesville, Hit my brother with a pitch, stitch marks for a week; Springboro records in career, single season and individual game rushing upon graduation; 241 yards rushing versus Blanchester with a broken collar bone and dislocated shoulder, Head to head basketball finals

Dave, the Brother and Friend
Gaye and Dave 39 years together, Florida graduation trip – (all girl catholic school), Wall of pumpkins, Wall of beer, Euchre at Mike’s and Chuck’s, Pike’s Peak drive, Marrying sisters, Taking the car at 12-15 years old, Running away in a blizzard (7th grade), FBI while hiding Rocky, Hiding in sewer pipes, Knocked out at Patton’s party, Dayton Mall fight and car chase, 1974; Mike, Chuck, Russ, Doug, Dennis, Fuzz, Royal and Dave; Alice Cooper, Black Sabbath, CCR, Led Zeppelin; Whiffle ball at lunch

You are missed.

Patricia Carpenter

November 20, 2020

Dave was a great man. Funny, Had a big heart. He always took care of his family. You can go on and on about Dave he was wonderful. He will be deeply missed. I will be praying for you Gaye. I Kove You and will always will.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

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