Honored Kid

Dillon D.

Dillon D. Kid Photo


Red Hook, NY, US


Brain or spinal cord tumor

Date of Diagnosis

July 2004


Passed away

Treated At

Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital, New York-Presbyterian

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My Story

Dillon was an outgoing friendly, personable kid who went out of his way to meet the new kid on the block or at school. He was a comedian at heart & when his jokes got used up he would often freshen them up on jokes.com. His FAMILY was his 1st love his computer was a close 2nd. He was the absolute computer geek & loved it. We're sure Dillon is still a picky eater because if it wasn't a Hamburger & fries he wasn't eating...LOL One thing we're sure of he isn't eating pasta. Dillon leaves behind his Mom & Dad Jen & Don, his best friend & sister Summer, Grandparents, 5 Aunts & 10 cousins who love him very much & WE ALWAYS think about you. Email us a new joke some time Dillon so we know how your doing. Love, Your Family & Friends

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