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“I'm so sorry to hear about George's passing. He was a good friend to my husband, Henry Bonanno (BCHS '55). My condolences to your family. ”
1 of 4 | Posted by: Patricia Bonanno - FL

“My dad, Harry Adrian, became friends with George at least twenty years ago at their famous McDonalds coffee club. They always enjoyed chatting and...Read More ยป
2 of 4 | Posted by: Ann DeGrace - Oldsmar, FL

“I knew George since Jr high school. He was a friend especially the last few years at class reunions. He will be missed. ”
3 of 4 | Posted by: Marilyn Kuhl - Lee, FL - Friend

“My condolences to George's family. He is my dad's best friend from high school. He is a sweet man and will be missed. ”
4 of 4 | Posted by: Regina Mixon - Tampa, FL


George Dillard went through the gates of heaven October 27th, 2017. He was born September 29th, 1937 to Esther (Trinkle) and George Dillard, born and raised in St. Petersburg, Florida. Graduated from Boca Ciega High School. He was a proud US Marine and veteran of the Korean War. He worked for Home Federal and retired from Bank of America after an esteem career in banking. He was a "Paul Harris Fellow" of the Rotary Club International. Preceded by his wife Martha in 2008. Survived by his Sisters Shirley (Brother in Law Tom Deceased) Walker and Anne (Brother in Law John) Walker, his daughter Julie Barnhardt Safety Harbor, Florida and son Jeffery (Kimberly) Dillard New Port Richey, Florida, son in law Randy and daughter in law Crystal, grandchildren Shane, Wyatt and Gatlin. Also survived by significant other Lavonne Severinsen; Children Randy (Cheryl) Severinsen, Rick Severinsen, Joe (Jessie) Severinsen, Kristi Jaeger, Cindy Severinsen and Jim Severinsen. Grandchildren Jennifer, Cory, Ben, Kyle, Kayla, Sarah and Abbey. Great grandchildren; Davonte, Jordan, Jamarcus, Kaden and Chloe. George loved and lived life to the fullest, was well read with a great sense of humor. He loved traveling, taking cruises and seeing the world. George enjoyed a good conversation with everyone and they enjoyed him. He made life better in his kind hello and conversation for everyone. A memorial service will be held Wednesday Nov 1st at 10am at Heritage United Methodist Church, 2680 Landmark Drive, Clearwater, FL 33761. George will be laid to rest at Sylvan Abbey Cemetery in Clearwater. In lieu of flowers, please make a contribution to United Methodist Church on Behalf of George Dillard.