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June 23, 2017

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June 23, 2017

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January 19, 2009
Tom was one of the great guys in radio, as a sportscaster and as a person. I had the honor of working with Tom for his last 10 years at KTAR. From his call of an ASU baseball blowout ("here we are at the boat races, its 16-2 Devils over USC in the 4th inning) to the "he's going, he's going HE SCORES", he made even the most mundane exciting to listen to.
I've been out of the biz for a couple of years, so I only found out today that Tom had passed.
My condolences to Bonnie and the family
December 25, 2008
I, too, was saddened by Tom's passing. I always enjoyed listening to his marvelous voice during broadcasts. It upset me when he was taken off of the mainstream Phoenix sports he covered. He is missed by us all.
December 11, 2008
My deepest condolences to Tom Dillon's family. I met Tom at Cathedral High School in El Paso my Freshman year (1959). He was the lead soloist for the Irishaire Choir under Mr. G, the Director. He was a born leader and encouraged me to try out for choir and school plays. From the 1961 CHS Chaparral yearbook: Thomas Anthony Dillon, born Kansas City, Kansas; Scholastic letter 9,10; Class secretary 9,10; yearbook staff 9,10,11; Shamrock newspaper staff 9,10,11,12;Class play 10;Irishaire Choir 11,12;Talent show 12; Baseball 9,10; School reporter.
A true Christian Brothers boy!
December 9, 2008
Dear Bonnie and Family,

We were deeply saddened to hear of Tom's passing. We really enjoyed working with him during Oakland A's Spring Training -- he was always so kind, with such a fun spirit, when he's bound into our office to collect the PA book for that day's game. I also remember talking to him about his flights up north. Our hearts go out to you during this difficult time...
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