William Wyatt Dillard Jr.

October 1, 1930March 4, 2019

Mr. William Wyatt Dillard Jr., age 88, passed away on March 4, 2019 at Jackson Hospital. He is preceded in death by his parents: William Wyatt Dillard Sr. and Audrey Byrd Dillard; and a brother: Joseph Lofton Dillard. He is survived by his wife of 58 years: Mrs. Shirley Ann Dillard. He is also survived by his daughter: Jan Dillard of Pensacola Florida; a son: Greg Dillard and his sister: Christine Dillard both of Montgomery Alabama, and his beloved dog: Dottie Jean. Mr. Dillard retired from the State of Alabama where he served as the Director of the Examiner of Public Accounts Department. Mr. Dillard loved blue and red colors, Alabama Football "Roll Tide", traveling, woodwork and animals. He was a good husband, father and person. A Celebration of Life Service will be held on Friday, March 8, 2019 at 2:00pm in the chapel of White Chapel-Greenwood Funeral Home with a public visitation to held one hour prior to service. Burial will follow in Greenwood Cemetery. Dr. Neil Epler will be officiating. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Montgomery County Humane Society located at 1150 John Overton Dr. Montgomery, AL. 36110.


  • William Wyatt Dillard Sr., Father
  • Audrey Byrd Dillard, Mother
  • Joseph Lofton Dillard, Brother
  • Shirley Ann Dillard, Wife
  • Jan Dillard, Daughter
  • Greg Dillard, Son
  • Christine Dillard, Sister
  • Dottie Jean, Beloved Dog


  • Visitation Friday, March 8, 2019
  • A Celebration of Life Friday, March 8, 2019
  • Committal Service Friday, March 8, 2019

William Wyatt Dillard Jr.

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Druann Bentley

March 6, 2019

He was one of the kindest souls I have ever known.

Don Graham

March 6, 2019

Bill Dillard was one of the finest and smartest gentlemen I have ever known. He was my mentor throughout my career and my very good friend.

Eddie Burton

March 6, 2019

Bill was a wonderful and kind man. He was my Uncle and I admired him greatly. Bill was an upper member of the Alabama state government for many years. He loved his family and traveling. He also was an excellent wood carver and made many carvings. Hope to see Uncle Bill in heaven one day.