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To the family of

Pamela Dillon

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Stallings Funeral Home, P.A. We offer our most sincere condolences for your loss.
Brenda McCulley Sorry and prayers to the rest of our family. God bless her.
Richard Swimm, MICECP (retired), Evans, Georgia I’m was very sorry to hear of Pam’s sudden passing. She was well respected by the many MICECP she supported around the world. She will be missed!
MSG Brian and TaWonda Sanders Pamela will truly be missed. I am glad to say that our last moments with her were memorable, her dedication to service and people will forever be LEGEND to us. GOD bless you all in your time of grief, you all will be in our prayers.
Billy Hackworth The impact you made on those around you cannot be mimiced or replaced. You will be forever missed. The Lord has been blessed with the company of another angel!
Kent and Barbara Carter We are so,so sorry for your loss. I met and worked with Pam at Littman Jewelers for many years along with her sister Kathy. She was a kind and thoughtful person. And being a twin there were funny situations that happened in the store. And me with the same color hair and glasses I was always confused with being a twin. So Pam and Kathy dubbed me the "want to be twin". We had a lot of fun times and many laughs together. We didn't talk as much in later years but I still valued her friendship. Just wished her a Happy Birthday the other day and she thanked me..... Sleep tight my friend and may God forever keep you in his loving hands. Barbara ❤️🙏😇🙏❤️
Cindy and Ronnie Our hearts are broken. No words of comfort can ever express our sorrow. Pam was the sister I never had many many years ago. God keep her and her family in his loving arms.
Jeff Campognone It was a great pleasure working with you. May God bless you, and bless your wonderful family. I’ll never forget you.
Tom Estes "Why doesn't anybody tell me anything!?!" oten echoed from Pam's workspace in the MICECP Division, JFSC, when I was privileged to work with her in the earl 2000's. She thought of all MICECP employees as her own children ,even wayward ones like me, and she cared for them just the same. Pam was a classy and caring friend to many - me included.
Russell Allen Pam was a true professional who always went the extra mile to ensure her approximately 650 MICECPs received the support they deserved. She will be missed. May God grant peace to her family and co-workers.
Mike Maroney What a fine lady and MI Professional she was. She touched so many in our business. She will be missed by all. God bless you, Pam. Mike Maroney
Lee Anklin, Colonel (ret.) Pam was like a light fixture, always on (bright and cheerful). When any of us were stuck in the dark on how to handle an issue - she was always there to assist us and help guide us to a successful solution. Pam, you will be missed - but never forgotten - as you touched the lives of several generations of Army Intelligence Officers. Rest in peace -
Herb and Phyllis Tester We are broken hearted to hear about Pam. We met on a cruise and instantly became friends. She and Kathy are two very special people and I know Pam will be missed by all her family and friends. Love, Herbie and Phyllis
LTC Bret Woolcock Pam enriched the lives of everyone she touched. We knew her as a dedicated and valuable member of our Army, an expert and someone who put others first - every day. More than that though she was our friend and a part of our family who lit up rooms with her smile and personality. God Bless the Dillion family. Or sincerest condolences. We are here for you.
Tina Bielke Pam was such a fun loving person and I enjoyed working with her. She also enjoyed giving and bringing joy to others. Many lives were touched by knowing her. You are in my prayers and in your sorrow may your wonderful memories of Pam comfort you.
Shelley Mikeska So sorry Kim and Kristi.
Skip Letterman My heartfelt condolences in your loss. Pam was a fine lady and a fantastic friend and coworker in years past. She always had a smile and seemed to see the best in every situation. Again condolences in your loss.
Peggy Isaacs Hey Pam. I love you so much. Rest In Peace my darling sister. I will be there in your honor Pam. Missing you till we see each other again. <3
Glory Fortuna Words may not suffice to express the heartfelt sorrow that I feel for the passing of Pam. I am honored and blessed to have known Pam. She was a beautiful, kind and loving person, and I will miss her. My heartfelt condolences.
Marci Hurtado Pam was much more than a coworker, she was a loyal and loving friend. I miss her so much. Work life will not be the same without her. She touched so many lives. She was so dedicated to helping everyone in anyway she could. She was loved my so many and will truly and lovingly be missed. My love, thoughts and prayers go out to all of her family and friends.
Jerry Ruckert Pam Dillon was a jewel. That's the best way I can phrase it. She took care of us as if we were family, and would never let anyone down. I will always cherish her friendship and will remember her dedication to ensure that our needs were met in the far flung corners of the world. She always had a smile on her face, had only good things to say about everyone, and her hugs were world class. You will be missed, Pam, but never forgotten.
Teal James Pam, You will truly be missed! I have always admired your strength and dedication and appreciate how you have always taken care of your MICECP family. It was an honor and pleasure working with you and you will never be forgotten. I pray you are enjoying your time in heaven where there is no pain and true happiness. Love you bunches!
Stanley P. Nemitz, Camp Zama, Japan Please know that all of us from Japan send you our very best thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Pam was a shinning light to us all. I have know Pam for over 30 years and I will miss her laughter, kindness and friendship. I thank God that I was able to spend time with her during her July visit to Japan were my wife and I had the pleasure to spend the day together in Machida. I can still remember her laughter so vividly. I love her very much and Pam's spirit will live on in all of us who had the honor and privilege to know her. Please know that you are not alone in your grieving and that Pam touched so many lives that we all cherish. God Bless you all and God Bless Pam. Stan, Luke, Dave, Sam, Mark and Ron. 441st Military Intelligence Battalion Camp Zama, Japan
John and Ann iwancio What can you say. Ann and are both still in shock from this sad and untimely news. Pam always had a smile and good word for all. She was the go to person in micecp to get the paperwork done. Always helpful and always cheerful. She knew everyone and in some way touched their lives and their families. In that she became part of our family. She will be sorely missed, but never forgotten. Deepest sympathies to her family, friends, and micecp members. Rest In Peace with Andy and Annie. John and ann
Elizabeth (Lis) and David Rice With LOVE, we will miss you Pam.
Mark Wilson Pam was one of my all time favorite people to work with! Pam was a genuinely good person who helped make the work place a more enjoyable place to be! Pam will be missed!
Ms. Dollie Davis Sending heartfelt condolences to the Dillon Family. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.
Shirley Pittelli I am so very sorry we lost Pam. She was a Ray of sunshine , always laughing and full of joy .You will be greatly missed by all.Rest in peace my friend .
Calvin Schappell Godspeed Pam. God must have had a need for a true angel to have taken you to be beside him so soon...Love you and I know we’ll meet again. I know you’ll watch over Kathy ..in the mean time we will help her down here . Rest Peacefully and God Bless. ..Cal
Angela Recker My heartfelt condolences to the family. Pam was a wonderful person;always ready to help. We all will miss her terribly. But she will always be remembered and forever stay in our hearts.
Tracey Isaacs I'm so sorry that this has happened, we love you guys and we will miss Aunt Pammy dearly.
Robert W.Fox Pam, May the Lord take you in His arms. RIP
Charlie and Tanya Monk The world will be a little sadder place without you in it. You were a wonderful friend. Love from us both.
Michael Overfelt Pam was a good friend to many and a truly fine person who all could depend upon to help them correct the many issues one encountered in the conduct of their missions and daily work life. She will be remembered as one of the special people who really cared and went out of her way to make a difference. God Bless her and her family. She will be missed by all whose life she touched. Michael Overfelt, LTC, Retired Army

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