Lydia June Dillion

Born: Sun., Jan. 5, 1930
Died: Sun., Sep. 15, 2019


Memorial Service

4:00 PM Sat., Oct. 05, 2019
Location: Burns Mortuary


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Lydia June Thompson was born January 5, 1930 in North Platte, Nebraska to Frank and Susie Thompson. Her family moved to the San Diego, California area when she was five years old. She was the oldest of six siblings all who have proceeded her in death. , In 1945, she married Harold S. Pinkard and had four children between them, Diana (deceased), Judy, Hal, and Mike (deceased). They were divorced and Lydia later married LeRoy Dillion (deceased) in 1956. Lydia then gained another four daughters Diane, Coreen, Gail, and Terry. After all children were grown, Lydia and LeRoy moved to Bullhead City, Arizona. They opened up Bullhead City Outboard Repair, and Evenrude dealership. Lydia moved to Ukiah, Oregon in 2011 to live with her daughter, Judy and husband Tom. When her health warranted her living closer to her doctors, she moved to Sunridge Retirement Community in Pendleton, Oregon until her death on September 15, 2019. She leaves behind her daughter, Judy of Long Creek, OR, son, Hal of Anaheim, CA, daughter Gail Frazier of Tuscon, AZ, daughter, Coreen Dillion of Menifee, CA, daughter, Diana Houston of Menominee, Mich, and daughter Terry Dillion of Laguna, CA. She leaves behind fifteen grandchildren, several great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews and their families. Her memorial will be held at 4 pm at Burns Mortuary in Pendleton, Oregon on October 5, Saturday. Her ashes will be transported to Bullhead City, Arizona and a memorial will be scheduled at a later date at the time of her burial.

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LINDA LARKIN
   Posted Fri October 04, 2019

GRANDMA'S GARDEN TABLE BASKET was sent by Linda Larkin.

Rest in Peace sweet Lydia xoxo Linda & Bill


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