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Michael Daniel Dillon, 74, of Fenton, MO and formerly of Granite City, IL, passed away peacefully at 9:33pm Thursday, November 19, 2020 at home surrounded by his loving family.


He was born March 8, 1946 in Granite City, a son of James O. and Josephine “Blondie” (Rogenski) Dillon. In addition to his parents, he is preceded in death by his three brothers William, Patrick, and James Dillon. He is also survived by his sister Patricia.

He leaves his wife of 44 years, Geraldine (nee Carroll) Dillon; son, William Bryan Dillon (Mary); daughter, Sheri Timper (Bob); son, Larry White (Jen) and seven grandchildren (Lauren, Kourtney, Emma, Chad, Sara, Luke and Leah) and many more family and friends.

He graduated from Madison High School in Madison, IL,  and was a proud veteran of The United States Air Force, where he reached the rank of Staff Sergeant.  He retired from Ameren Missouri, where he worked for 32 years. He had a passion to play and teach golf and also listening to music when he was not playing it on one of his many guitars.

Services: Due to Covid-19, private services are being held at Kutis South County Chapel. Interment Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery.

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