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Information for Esther Lucile Hawley Dillon
19 June, 1914 4 December, 1991
From the Idaho Press-Tribune
December, 1991
Contributed by Dennis McIndoo


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Esther Dillon

    Esther Lucile Dillon, 77, of Wilder, passed away Wednesday, December 4, 1991, at a Caldwell hospital.  Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Crossroads Assembly of God Church, Wilder.  Rev. Dan St. Clair of Crossroads Assembly of God Church and Rev. Allen Nelson of Caldwell, Idaho, will officiate.  Interment will follow at the Wilder Cemetery.  Services are under the direction of the Dakan Funeral Chapel, Caldwell.
    Mrs. Dillon was born June 19, 1914, at Clinton, Missouri, to Clarence E. and Regina D. Hawley.  She came to the Fargo Valley near Wilder with her family where she was raised.  She married William E. "Ed" Dillon October 21, 1933, at the home of her parents.  They farmed in the Big Bend community until October of 1941 when they moved to the Fargo Valley where she has since resided.  Mr. Dillon passed away October 18, 1990.
    Mrs. Dillon was a member of the Free Methodist Church and lived her life to the glory of God.  She loved to teach children in church Sunday school and Bible school and also taught C.Y.C, in the church.  She had served as pianist in the church and had also served as president of W.C.T.U. in the Fargo area.
    She is survived by a daughter, Regina Louden of Greenleaf; two sons C. Evan Dillon of Salem, Oregon, and Kenneth Dillon of Wilder; two sisters, Ruth Kincaid of Lewiston, Idaho, and Lela Hull of Newberg, Oregon; ten grandchildren: nine great-grandsons and one great granddaughter.
    She was preceded in death by her parents, a brother, three sisters and a grandson.



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