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Dan Dillon

Palm Springs, California

1951 - 2018 (Age 67)

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Dan DillonPalm Springs - Dan Dillon died on November 26, 2018 at his residence in Palm Springs, California.Danny was born on March 2, 1951 in Newport, Rhode Island, to Nicholas and Martha (Cronin) Dillon. Dan was the eldest of four sons born to Nicholas and Martha. The family moved to California...

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My warmest heartfelt thoughts of love go to Jimmy & Matt and all of Danny's family.
May his journey on be freeing and peace filled. No doubt that his father & brother will be there to assure a welcoming smooth transition.
Let this be a reminder to us all of the fragility of life.
Blessed be.

I'm sorry for your loss. May God provide you with strength and comfort during this time.

Christmas at my brother's house in La Quinta

I feel so lucky to have known Dan Dillon. He enriched my life in so many wsys. We were good friends for twenty years since my first grandson was born. Many of my closest friends are grieving with me because of his kindness and caring nature toward them over the years.
I remember Dan helping me set up my second grade classroom at the start of the school year. He had so many ideas to make the room functional and fun and attractive to my second graders. I remember our taking a...

Dan and Elizabeth 2002, Desert Falls Country Club

Danny, I hope you are at peace and In a place where meer mortals like us can only dream about. Your life was consumed with responsibility starting at a very young age . You sacrificed a lot on my behalf. Thank you for always being there for me in good times and bad . I will miss your quick wit and sense of humor ( especially your imitation of Howdy Doody and , mostly Ed Sullivan) you made me laugh and made me cry ...as brothers do. I was lucky to have you as my big brother. I hope that...

Me and Uncle Danny

I love him and he was a good man. It's sad because I will miss him.

I loved my Uncle Danny very much and am grateful to have been given the opportunity to spend some time with him, to have gotten to know him better during his later years. Also, I'm so grateful he and my young son were blessed enough to have made one another's acquaintence, and to have made their way into one another's hearts. They shared much appreciation for one another. My Uncle Dan was an open-minded, understanding & and acutely funny conversationalist. I was always touched by the...

Gone to young. You were always a kind and loving man. Wishing you a beautiful ever after with your Dad and brother. My sincere condolences to the family.

In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.