Betty L. Dillon

Betty L. Dillon, age 90, of Tecumseh, went home to be with the Lord on November 27, 2020. She was born April 7, 1930, in Tecumseh, the daughter of Charles and Lora (Steele) Miller. 

On January 27, 1950 she married Charles W. Lickfelt, Jr. in Angola, Ind. He preceded her in death on December 27, 1971, the result of an automobile accident. She then married Edgar Dillon in Springville, and he preceded her in death on January 13, 2015.

Betty was retired from Faraday Corporation.

She is survived by four daughters, Diane Zimmerman of Adrian; Charlene Palmer (Bob Whitaker) of Jackson; Sharon L. (Tony) Benjamin of Adrian; and Glenda (Don) Stricklin of Tecumseh; her step children, Merrilee (Jerry) Kennedy of Hudson; Harlan Dean (Debbie) Dillon of Onsted; Leon G. Dillon of Adrian; Sue Ellen (Douglas) Lake of Onsted; Wayland E. Dillon of Tecumseh; many grandchildren and great grandchildren; and sister-in-law, Florence Miller of Tecumseh. 
In addition to her husbands, she was preceded in death by her parents, sisters, Lila Eddinger and Joyce Russell; brothers, Charles Miller, Stanley Miller, Bob Miller, and Russell Miller.

Visitation was held on Wednesday, Dec. 2, at J. Gilbert Purse Funeral Home, Tecumseh. Funeral services began at 1 p.m. with Rev. Brian Jones officiating. Interment followed at Lenawee Hills Memorial Gardens, Tecumseh. 
Memorial contributions may be directed to Hospice of Lenawee. 

Condolences may be offered online at pursefuneralhome.com.

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