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In Tribute to Eddie Dillard
Residence: Alexandria, Va.
Passenger of Flight 77

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A flag was waving for you on the 14th Street Bridge along with one for each victim from the Pentagon on this, the 10th anniversary of such a horrific tragedy. May the memory of you and all the others from that day long endure.

*** Posted by Craig on 2011-09-19 ***

Cousin Eddie, you will always be remembered in my heart. Today I shared the story with my son Ramar. I always tell him of how your father encouraged me as a child telling me that I can be anything I want to be in life.

*** Posted by Lynette (Lyn) Peterson on 2011-09-11 ***

To my dear friend and long time colleague at P.M., Eddie Dillard, I can hardly believe ten years have passed since the terror of that 9/11 day. I just wanted to add my voice to say how much you are thought of and truly missed. I will always remember you as a kind and gentle man with such an enduring smile. R.I.P. Eddie.

*** Posted by Ted Jones on 2011-09-11 ***

Anthony
                 
Dear family of Eddie

  Hi my name is Anthony and I am so sorry about what happened to Eddie I hope you will feel better. I would like to tell you about me I like sports and my favorit sport is Baseball and soccer. I also help people and a good sport. My baseball team is the Outlaws! and I live in Chandler Az. I hope you feel better and I also hope you get this letter and if you have a chance to write back. 

                  Sincerely
                    Anthony

*** Posted by Anthony on 2011-09-09 ***

Mr. Dillard hired me out of college to work at PM USA. With respect I always used to address "him" as Mr. Dillard. One day he looked at me and said "I am not Mr. Dillard, that is my father. I am Eddie. Please call me Eddie" Yes, Mr. Dillard..oh, I mean Eddie. I replied.
Eddie had a wonderful smile and laughter that lit the room.
My thoughts and prayers are with the Dillard family. Blessings to all.

*** Posted by Brigid Kelley-Kucz on 2011-09-05 ***

Eddie,

I, your ex-wife, think about you all the time. I know you did not get a chance to see DeShaun, your grandson, but he is truly a wonderful grandson. He has been told about you. You will never be forgotten by any of us or by your son Edrick Dillard. We love you!

*** Posted by Ruby Dillard on 2011-03-29 ***

Eddie,

You will always remain gentle on our minds.

*** Posted by Knight and Linda Stevens on 2010-11-09 ***

Remembering Eddie Dillard and the family with love.

*** Posted by Barbara Lynn Battle on 2010-11-01 ***

You will always be remembered.

*** Posted by Sarah on 2010-07-04 ***

Rest in peace, my brother. You are my hero.

*** Posted by Dwight Taylor on 2010-07-04 ***

Eddie, you will never be forgotten, from R. Dillard. You have a grandson by the name of DeShaun Eddie Dillard, who looks
a lot like you, and he is a very smart baby boy. I told him about his grandfather. I know you are in heaven right now, and you are blessed to be with our heavenly Father. We all miss you.

*** Posted by Ruby Temple Dillard on 2009-11-24 ***

I knew Eddie from the Tolleston neighborhood in Gary, IN. We grew up together on 19th and Taft. The Dillards lived across the street from us. When my brother David was killed in the Navy in 1967, I remember receiving comfort from Eddie. May Eddie and David enjoy eternity together.

Tom Skolak
Class of '68, Tolleston

*** Posted by Tom Skolak on 2009-10-05 ***

My heart still breaks as I remember on this 8-year anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on our great nation.

To our Lord in Heaven above, a few words to send up to my Uncle Eddie.

As a child, Uncle Eddie, you and my Aunt Ruby gave me the first job I ever had. Just 14 years old... you let this skinny, inquisitive kid tag along with you to your 7-Eleven store in Seattle. You worked me hard and kept me from complaining about those awful oh-dark-30 hours! You taught me to take pride in my work and be grateful for each and every opportunity when people believe in you.
That was so long ago-- feels like several lifetimes now. I wish you could see how much that groundwork of ethics and thoughtfulness on the job... has helped me to prosper in my television career.
Often when people get divorced, the families of those ex-spouses lose touch but, you on several occasions kept track of me. Thank you for loving me and showing me ways to be successful in life, both personally and professionally. You are missed.
And, as we near another anniversary of your death, know that you continue to inspire me. Love, Harris Kimberley Faulkner

*** Posted by Harris Faulkner on 2009-09-11 ***

I worked with Eddie from 1981 to 1985 at Phillip Morris in San Francisco, CA. Each year, on the Anniversary of 9-11, I think of Eddie and the good times we had working together. I remember Eddie bringing his son out from Texas to work with him and the fun we had betting on 49er football games. My thoughts are with you, Eddie.

*** Posted by Frank I. Stone on 2007-09-12 ***

Eddie was a caring, respectful brother that I am glad to say our lives at Tolleston High touched each others' and determined the roads we would travel in this life until God calls us home. You will never be forgotten. I often remove the 1965 yearbook from it's resting place and wonder where they all went. Perhaps I will see them as I am sure I will see you on the other side in God's Heaven.

Rest In Peace, Brother

*** Posted by George Pollard on 2006-09-11 ***

I have known Eddie Dillard since I was growing up in Gary, Indiana. I knew his brother, Andy Dillard. The last time I saw Eddie was in Gary, Indiana at our 25th high school reunion. Eddie was a wonderful friend during those early years.

My heart and mind are in blessing for Eddie.

*** Posted by Paul Major on 2006-04-15 ***


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