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January 26, 2015

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July 28, 2014
My prayers are with you and your family. I feel that my life is richer from knowing Don. He was one of the best to pull you out of your mood when you were having a bad day. There is no one better then Don and he will be in my memory forever.
July 27, 2014
Dear Dillens,

Your family is in our prayers. God Bless you.

The McIntyres
July 27, 2014
Dear Entire Family of Donald C. Dillen Sr.,
God Bless You at this time. You are in
our thoughts, hearts and prayers.
My husband, Tim Caine and his friends, Dave
and Kenny Pace, enjoyed many excellent fishing trips with Don in the past years!
May great memories comfort you at this time.
Love,
Sharon and Tim Caine,
Mentor, OH
July 26, 2014
I worked with Don for 25+ years at Robert Levin. With that length of time you get to know the person very well. There was no one that had a better work ethic than Don. I would say he was dedicated to his job and family. Given a job to do or a goal to reach, he was incredible. He would do anything for his dealers, and that was his strong success.
As a family man, I remember after working a long hard week, he'd put Lin and the kids in the van and go for a weekend of bike racing. This went on for years. Best I can say, he lived his life to the fullest, and he made a difference. Thoughts and prayers to his family. Memories will always be with us.
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