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Beverly Miley Dillon

East Hartford, Connecticut

Apr 16, 1930 – Jan 30, 2015 (Age 84)


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Newkirk & Whitney Funeral Home Obituary

Beverly (Miley) Dillon, widow of Richard Dillon, of East Hartford CT, passed away at Hartford Hospital on January 30, 2015. Beverly was born on April 16, 1930 in Hartford, CT. of proud Italian heritage. She was predeceased by her husband, her beloved children, Brian and Maureen, her father, twin...

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The gal who used to put my Kevin against the wall in the lunch room. We love her and always will. The Hatt family.

Having work with Bev. for 25 years at Langford, I have wonderful feelings about her. She always made me laugh...she truly will be miss...Diane(Duggan)Eichner

Though saddened by this news, I am happy to know that the heavens will be blessed with her contagious laugh and positivity. The Langford and East Hartford communities will always remember her fondly.

I have wonderful memories of Langford School and Mrs. Dillon is a part of many. She touched countless lives and I will never forget her.

I was sad to hear of Mrs Dillon passing and then I thought of all the years she gave so much of herself and thought GOD must of needed her home,he had plans for her.We are all better people for having her in our lives! Forever remembered fondly.Shirley Pelletier -{East Hartford,Ct}

I too have had the priviledge of working with Bev at Langford. She gave so much of herself to all who knew her! She will never be forgotten and will always hold a special place in our hearts!

As both a parent and staff member of Langford School, I felt very close to Bev. She cared deeply for each and every child and respected each staff member. While Bev faced many tragedies in her own life, she was always upbeat and so happy to spend her days in her second home at Langford. Rest in peace, Bev. You are finally reunited with your loved ones!

God's speed - rest in peace. Many childhood memories of her as our "across the street" neighbor. Glad you kept an eye out for all us Ranheim's! Eileen Ranheim Morales

Mrs. Bev Dillon has always been and will always be in my heart. As my neighbor growing up and from Langford. I am confident that her family is whole again. She survived so much and regardless of a lot of tragity she rose above to touch countless amounts of children's hearts. To which I'm sure she is doing up in heaven. God bless her and her family. May she forever rest in peace once again in the arms of her children and truly beloved husband.