Andrea Skerratt posted a condolence
Tuesday, March 2, 2021
As a family of artists, we frequently visit the Dillon store for framing and for art supplies. We have missed seeing Joe, and we always think warmly of his help and patience. Our family sends deepest sympathy to Shirley, Tracy, and the rest of his family. The Skerratts
The Solymosi Family lit a candle
Sunday, February 28, 2021
Our deepest and most heartfelt condolences to The Dillon Family. Mr Dillon was such a kind, honest and hard working man. He always made you feel special whenever you spoke with him. We will miss him dearly. Sending love ans strength to The Dillon’s during this difficult time and always. Love, The Solymosi Family
Friday, February 26, 2021
Eva Solymosi-Henderson lit a candle
Thursday, February 25, 2021
Mr Dillon and the Dillon family are the warmest, kindest and most loving family anyone could ever have the blessing of knowing. I am fortunate enough to call Tracy my dearest friend, and this is....the world won’t be the same. Mr Dillon was such a special, wonderful, kind, fair, compassionate and loving soul. It was always such a joy to see him laugh and smile. I always have and always will have the outmost respect for him. Rest In Peace Mr Dillon. You are forever loved.
Jennifer Paragano posted a condolence
Wednesday, February 24, 2021
I have many fond memories of going to Dillons Fine Art and Framing. Every frame on my wall it’s probably been framed by either Joe or Tracy. Joe knew my family fairly well and knew each of us by name. His wife Shirley and daughter Tracy are very dear to my heart. During this time I hope the family knows that if they need anything I am here. Joe was a talented, funny, intelligent man and will be missed by many. I am sending love and will be praying.
Lyndsie Wilson uploaded photo(s)
Tuesday, February 23, 2021
Schuyler Dillon loved his Grandpa very much. We will proudly continue to share his memory daily and cherish every moment we spent together. We love you Grandpa.
Kathleen lit a candle
Tuesday, February 23, 2021
“Being Irish, he had an abiding sense of tragedy, which sustained him through temporary periods of joy.” William Butler Yeats He was pathologically incapable of being polite to insincere persons. He could be endearingly impatient, intolerant, opinionated, and ill-tempered. So naturally, we all loved him fiercely. He was the original grumpy cat, with a 24 karat heart. He loved all wildlife, especially the hummingbirds, chipmunks, and menagerie of beloved dogs and cats he spoiled mercilessly at home, along with his equally pampered children. In his own childhood, he was once bitten by a park-dwelling squirrel which he had tried to befriend. This only served to strengthen his resolve in future endeavors. He always fought for the underdog. He wept when he listened to beautiful music. He never boasted or allowed others to fuss over or worry about him. Even in suffering, he never complained. There are no others like him, and he is so dearly missed. We love you, Daddy.
The family of Joseph R Dillon uploaded a photo
Sunday, February 21, 2021