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 Brian J Dillman

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Brian J Dillman

Birth
Death
17 Aug 2022 (aged 58)
Evansville, Rock County, Wisconsin, USA
Burial
Cremated
Memorial ID
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EVANSVILLE - Brian J. Dillman, 58 years old, died peacefully at home on August 17, 2022. Brian was born February 18, 1964, to David and Virginia Dillman. With a smirk that will make you smile Brian would tell stories of his youth and the trouble he'd get into. There's no doubt about it, he gave meaning to the terms "hell-raiser" and "wild-child." In between late nights and hallway fights, Brian learned the meaning of hard work while helping his dad at the family-owned station.

He was a force to be reckoned with; until the day he met his match, a quiet farm girl named Donna. Brian quickly learned that his sole purpose on earth was to build a life with her. They were married in April of 1983 and from then on, he spent his time ensuring she knew of his unwavering love for her and the five children they raised.

While Brian's love of loud motorcycles, fast cars and the occasional fight never seemed to fade, his spare time was filled with learning to dance because it made her happy and watching kids' sporting events because it made them smile. Brian was the definition of a provider and led by example as his children watched him run his own business. He taught his kids that good things in life come to those who work hard and help others along the way. Over the years his children watched him do things like pull cars out of the ditch during snowstorms and buy Christmas presents for the customer that couldn't afford to buy their kids any.

In his next life, Brian will be welcomed by his parents, David and Virginia and his parents-in-law Donald and Carol Elmer who despite their first impression grew to love him as their own.

He'll leave behind his wife, Donna; children: Jason (Amy) Dillman, Amy Weisman, Taylor Dillman, Mack (Mickala) Dillman and Dylan Dillman; and grandchildren: Avery Weisman and Ace Weisman; and many brothers, sisters, nieces and nephews.

Brian will be cremated with no burial service.
Ward-Hurtley Funeral Home

EVANSVILLE - Brian J. Dillman, 58 years old, died peacefully at home on August 17, 2022. Brian was born February 18, 1964, to David and Virginia Dillman. With a smirk that will make you smile Brian would tell stories of his youth and the trouble he'd get into. There's no doubt about it, he gave meaning to the terms "hell-raiser" and "wild-child." In between late nights and hallway fights, Brian learned the meaning of hard work while helping his dad at the family-owned station.

He was a force to be reckoned with; until the day he met his match, a quiet farm girl named Donna. Brian quickly learned that his sole purpose on earth was to build a life with her. They were married in April of 1983 and from then on, he spent his time ensuring she knew of his unwavering love for her and the five children they raised.

While Brian's love of loud motorcycles, fast cars and the occasional fight never seemed to fade, his spare time was filled with learning to dance because it made her happy and watching kids' sporting events because it made them smile. Brian was the definition of a provider and led by example as his children watched him run his own business. He taught his kids that good things in life come to those who work hard and help others along the way. Over the years his children watched him do things like pull cars out of the ditch during snowstorms and buy Christmas presents for the customer that couldn't afford to buy their kids any.

In his next life, Brian will be welcomed by his parents, David and Virginia and his parents-in-law Donald and Carol Elmer who despite their first impression grew to love him as their own.

He'll leave behind his wife, Donna; children: Jason (Amy) Dillman, Amy Weisman, Taylor Dillman, Mack (Mickala) Dillman and Dylan Dillman; and grandchildren: Avery Weisman and Ace Weisman; and many brothers, sisters, nieces and nephews.

Brian will be cremated with no burial service.
Ward-Hurtley Funeral Home


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