Mr. Don Dillow, age 88, Telford, passed away from injuries sustained in a farming accident on Thursday September 6, 2018 at his residence.
Mr. Dillow was a native of Washington County and the son of the late Charlie and Sarah Graham Dillow. He was also preceded in death by a brother Charles Graham Dillow.
Don enjoyed farming, especially farming with his son, and spending time with his family.
He was a member of Mt. Wesley United Methodist Church.
Survivors include his wife, Jane Treadway Dillow; son and daughter-in-law, Brian and Kathy Dillow; granddaughters, Candice Garvin (Scotty) and Megan Williams (Mark); great grandchildren, Dalton and Easton Garvin and Landon Williams; sister Norma Jean Cloyd, sister-in-law, Judy Anderson (Johnny); special niece, Rebecca Dykes; and several other nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be conducted 4:00 pm Sunday, September 9, 2018 at Dillow-Taylor Funeral Home with Pastor Jeremy Dykes and Pastor Linda Rozar officiating. The family will receive friends from 2:00-4:00 pm Sunday prior to the service, other times at the home of the son, Brian. Interment services will follow at Mt. Wesley Cemetery.
Pallbearers will be Scotty Garvin, Mark Williams, Bill Dykes, George Owens, Allen Jarrett, Johnny Jarrett, Sherrill Phillips, Greg Wright, Johnny Cloyd and Josh Cloyd. Honorary pallbearers will be Jamie Anderson, Rob Anderson, Tony Anderson, Vic Kagan and the Conklin Farming Community.
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|EULOGIES & CONDOLENCES|
||Junior and Hilda Bryant
|So sorry, just now found out about Don. You all
are in our thoughts and prayers. |
|Dear Jane, Brian and family. I feel so sorry, just sick with
sadness. Brain your Dad, and best friend. Jane your partner
so many years. I used to love that little old house by the river.
What I loved and remember the most is Don and the grin that
would pop out after he looked serious. Telling me some tale.
Or joking with me. The laughter, we all shared. A good hard
working man, loved that big family all over that big farm. I send
my love to all. Gary |
|Jane, Brian and family,
I was very sorry to hear about you losing Don.
I know Mom always enjoyed you and Don visiting
her and I enjoyed seeing you when you came over
Mom and I and my family are keeping you in our
thoughts. Take care.
||Linda Wright Miller
|So sorry for your loss. Prayers for the family.|
||Paul and Debbie Masters
|Dear Family, We are so sorry for your loss. May
God Bless You and give you strength for the days
ahead. Love and Prayers, Paul and Debbie Masters
and Frances Deakins|
|My heart goes out to this family. God watch
over and give them peace.They were always a
wonderful part of my years in Tenn. Love to each
of you. My prayers are constantly with Jane,
Brian & Kathy.|
||Barbara Susie Gillis Bennett
|So sorry, Sending love and prayers to you all . . . |
|My heart goes out to Jane and Brian. May God give you
peace during this hard time. He was a wonderful friend and
neighbor, always smiling and joking. Leonard loved him like a
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