|Birth: ||May 29, 1932|
|Death: ||Apr. 16, 1984|
This was my Daddy. He was born in Ruth, Mississippi on May 29, 1932, the youngest son of Oren and Belle Dillon. He had one brother, James Dillon of McComb, Mississippi and one sister, Helen Coghlan of Enterprise, Mississippi. Harold was survived by his wife, Amy (Sue) Maxie Dillon of Vidalia, Louisiana and a daughter Milli Wagoner of Natchez, Mississippi. Harold had an infant son, Kevin Dillon who died at birth in 1960. Daddy drove an 18 wheeler for all of his adult life. Some of the companies he drove for were Grondyke, Robertson Tank Lines and DSI Transport. He was a wonderful person, always happy and full of life. Daddy also LOVED watching The Pink Panther and The Roadrunner cartoons! He had a great sense of humor and he loved his family so much. Harold Dillon was 51 years old when he went home to be with God. He lives on in the hearts of all of us who knew him.
Moma has gone home now too Daddy, she left on July 29, 2004 and I choose to believe you and her are together in heaven. I miss you both so very much. You will live on in my heart forever. I love you both.
your baby daughter,
(To visit Moma) - Amy E. "Sue" Maxie White
Sept. 11, 1940- July 29, 2004
Amy "Sue" E. Maxie White (1940 - 2004)*
Cranfield Baptist Church Cemetery
Created by: milli wagoner
Record added: Dec 26, 2004
Find A Grave Memorial# 10178019