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March 14, 2014
marge dillon...one of a kind...so sweet...what a trip down memory lane thinking of her, those high school daze, and one of my old best friends, her daughter laurie...laurie D!!!
i hope everyone in your family is well, and so sorry for your loss. she really was a special lady!
love always,
timmy D
February 22, 2014
Mrs Dillon was my first teacher at Saints Phillip and James when we moved to exton in 1978 She was so kind and loving towards me. I enjoyed catching up with her at the chester county library...she had the same warmth for my children and she had for me as a child. She was a great teacher of life! Colleen Dougherty Hurley
February 21, 2014
I am so sorry to lose a very dear friend. We had a lot of good times together teaching and later going to the movies or dinner. I am very sorry for your loss.
Mary DeCozio
February 21, 2014
My dear Aunt Marjorie... I will never forget your sweet smile, kind spirit, love for teaching, and most of all... your love for your wonderful family and Uncle Bud. I will always remember playing scrabble and card games at the kitchen table, holiday dinners in the big dining room, Easter egg hunts in the living room, swimming in the Jordan's pool, and that big ice tea jar brewing in the sun on the back deck of the Golf View Lane house. I will miss you so very much but I am so happy you have finally been reunited with Uncle Bud... I love you both.

Your loving niece,
Lisa
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