DILLION Family Genealogy-History

(Updated March 7, 2022)



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(DILLION) ECKSTEIN, Susan Victoria
       
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W.H. Dick & Sons-Hellwarth Funeral Home, Celina, Ohio
January 11, 2022

Susan V. "Sue" Eckstein, age 62, of Celina, passed away suddenly on Monday, January 10, 2022, at Mercer County Community Hospital in Coldwater.

Sue was born September 26, 1959, in Celina, a daughter of Ralph W. and Gladys M. (Garman) Dillion, who both preceded her in death.

Surviving is Susan's fiance, Barry Epps, her children: Mandy Goodwin (Hector Santos) and Kyle Eckstein, all of Celina; and Barry's children: Charissa (Jason) Glorioso of Lima, and Ryan (Kendra) Epps of Iowa.

Also surviving are her brothers and sisters: David (Diane) Shinn of Tennessee, and Carol Strahm, Daniel (Michelle) Dillion and Jane (Richard) Westgerdes, all of Celina.

Sue and Barry have nine grandchildren: Ethan Wade Miller, Jawann Bunley, Eva Goodwin, Jude, Jayden and Jensen Glorioso, and Malachi, Kayden and Oaklynn Epps.

Preceding her in death was a brother-in-law, Bill Strahm.

Susan grew up attending the Celina Church of the Nazarene. She was very active, and enjoyed traveling and visiting casinos. For many years, she was an avid league bowler, and participated on a traveling team. Sue had worked at Huffy Bicycles for 17 years, and then was an assembly line worker at the Honda Engine Plant in Anna until 2006.

In 2006, Susan's life forever changed. She survived a brain aneurysm, which altered her physical life, but did not dim her spirit. She was unable to walk, but did not allow her wheelchair to define or limit her. Sue carried on her life with a positive attitude and a strength most could never muster.

Her current interests were bird watching, cat watching, and online shopping. Most of all, she couldn't wait to see the grandkids and spend time with them. Sue will be greatly missed by her family and friends.

The family plans to hold a Celebration of Life at a later date.

In Susan's memory, please consider a donation to a local hospice group.



Echovita
January 11, 2022

Susan V. Eckstein
September 26, 1959 - January 10, 2022 (62 years old)
Celina, Ohio

Susan V. Eckstein Obituary

Here is Susan V. Eckstein's obituary. Please accept Echovita's sincere condolences.

We are sad to announce that on January 10, 2022, at the age of 62, Susan V. Eckstein of Celina, Ohio passed away.

Family and friends are welcome to leave their condolences on this memorial page and share them with the family.

She was predeceased by: her parents, Ralph W. Dillion and Gladys M. Dillion (Garman); and her brother-in-law, Bill Strahm.

She is survived by: her fiance Barry Epps; her children, Mandy Goodwin (Hector Santos) of Celina and Kyle Eckstein of Celina; her fiance's children, Charissa Glorioso (Jason) of Lima and Ryan Epps (Kendra) of Iowa; her siblings, David Shinn (Diane) of Tennessee, Carol Strahm of Celina, Daniel Dillion (Michelle) of Celina and Jane Westgerdes (Richard) of Celina; and her grandchildren, Ethan Wade Miller, Jawann Bunley, Eva Goodwin, Jude, Jayden, Jensen Glorioso, Malachi, Kayden and Oaklynn Epps. She is also survived by her family and friends.

In Susan's memory, please consider a donation to a local hospice group.



The Daily Standard, Celina, Ohio
January 12, 2022

Susan V. "Sue" Eckstein, age 62, of Celina, passed away suddenly on Monday, January 10, 2022, in the Emergency Department at Mercer County Community Hospital in Coldwater.

Sue was born September 26, 1959, in Celina, a daughter of Ralph W. and Gladys M. (Garman) Dillion, who both preceded her in death.

Surviving is Susan's fiance, Barry Epps, her children: Mandy Goodwin (Hector Santos) and Kyle Eckstein, all of Celina; Barry's children: Charissa (Jason) Glorioso of Lima, and Ryan (Kendra) Epps of Iowa; and brothers and sisters: David (Diane) Shinn of Tennessee, and Carol Strahm, Daniel (Michelle) Dillion, and Jane (Richard) Westgerdes, all of Celina.

Barry and Sue have nine grandchildren: Ethan Wade Miller, Jawann Bunley, Eva Goodwin, Jude, Jayden & Jensen Glorioso, and Malachi, Kayden & Oaklynn Epps.

A brother-in-law, Bill Strahm, also preceded her in death.

Susan grew up attending the Celina Church of the Nazarene. She was very active, and enjoyed traveling and visiting casinos. For many years, Sue was an avid league bowler, and participated on a traveling team. Sue had worked at Huffy Bicycles for 17 years, and then as an assembly line worker at the Honda Engine Plant in Anna until 2006. In 2006, Susan's life forever changed. She survived a brain aneurysm, which altered her physical life, but did not dim her spirit. She was unable to walk, but did not allow her wheelchair to define or limit her. Sue carried on her life with a positive attitude and a strength most could never muster.

Her current interests were bird watching, cat watching, and online shopping. Most of all, she couldn't wait to see the grandkids and spend time with them. Susan will be greatly missed by her family and friends.

The family plans to hold a Celebration of Life at a later date.

In Susan's memory, please consider a donation to a local hospice group.

Condolences can be expressed to the family at dickandsonshellwarthfh.com.

Arrangements by: W.H. Dick & Sons - Hellwarth Funeral Home of Celina.


 



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