Tommy Roger Dillow
LTC Tommy Roger Dillow, age 79, Jonesborough, died after a lengthy illness Saturday, October 12, 2019.
He was born August 10, 1940 in Greeneville, TN. He was the son of the late Thomas Pershing Dillow and Mell Wagner Dillow. Tommy was also preceded in death by his wife Linda Aileen Carriger and a brother, John Charles Dillow.
He is survived by one daughter, Sharon Elizabeth Dillow Keplinger and husband, Gerald; one son, Thomas Maxwell Dillow; brother, Harry Councill Dillow; sister, Margaret Dillow Lammons; grandchildren, Molly Kimery Keplinger, Kathryn Marie Keplinger, Dakota Ray Luttrell and Crystal Ann Luttrell; and a great-grandchild, Luke Arlie Chapell.
Day is done, Gone the sun,
from the lake, from the hill,
from the sky.
all is well, safely rest,
God is nigh.
for all that knew this man, these words must be said:
Blue skies, open canopies, soft landings, rotor in the green airborne all the way, green beret. Take the high ground.
Well done Soldier. We’ll see you when we see you.
All our love, Tommy & Sharon
No formal funeral functions will be conducted. A private memorial service will be held at a later date.
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EULOGIES & CONDOLENCES
I just read obituary about your dad,I served with
him in Vietnam in 1967-69 I was his crew chief. He
was Capt Dillow back them, I have fond memories
serving with him. Please accept my condolences
Darlene Carter (Treadway)
Margaret, so sorry to hear about the passing of your Dad. I will be praying for you and your family.
Janette Foster Guinn
Sorry to lose Roger. He and Linda had done so much genealogy and knew their ancestors going way back in time! Roger was a very special historian. All of you have my deepest sympathy.
My condolences to the entire family. Sending prayers and my
love to each one.
Eva and Tim Daniels
So very sorry for your loss. You all are in our thoughts and
Chris Rodeheaver Martin
Sharon so sorry for your dad’s passing.
Susan Correll Womack & Betsy Womack Smelsr
Thomas, so sorry for your loss! Your Dad was so proud of you and the man you have become. You did a wonderful job taking care of him and he never failed to mention that. Condolences to Margaret and Harry, also.