Clarence Dillion Jr., of Richwood, died Monday afternoon, December 6, 1993 at Memorial Hospital, Marysville.
Born February 20, 1925 in Madison County, he was the son of Herman and Stella (Tatman) Dillion.
He was a retired farmer, World War II Army veteran, lifetime member of the Richwood VFW Post 870, member of the DAV in Marysville, American Legion Post 368 in Prospect.
Survived by his companion, Ruth E. Gray; son, James Dillion of Richwood; daughter, Mrs. Bonnie Branch of London; four grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren; brother, Harry Emerson Dillion of London; sisters, Mrs. Ruth Butcher, Mrs. Louise Dunston, Mrs. Ernie (Doris) Morris, Mrs Robert (Norma) Puckett, all of London; five step-children, six step-grandchildren, one step-great-granddaughter.
Preceded in death by son, daughter, and brother.
Funeral service will be held at 11:00 a.m., Thursday, December 9, at the Stofcheck Funeral Home, 201 S. Franklin Street, Richwood.
Interment will follow in Claibourne Cemetery, with military graveside service being handled by the Legion and VFW.