Recently, the Dillon Henry Foundation had an exciting opportunity to chat with on-air host LaFern Cusack, from ESPNLA 710AM! Harriet Zaretsky, Steve Henry and Irv Kintaudi talked about the life of Dillon and the Dillon Henry Foundation. We loved being able to share Dillon’s life and our work with our community. Click the link below to listen to our interview: https://es.pn/2UAbVoP
Sending love on Dillon’s birthday. Our guys would be 29– who would they be and what would they be accomplishing? We can only imagine.
Although Dillon is a constant in the hearts of us all, his memory leaps to the forefront of our thoughts today. Dillon’s optimism, spirit and particularly, his smile, continue to be a beacon to a better world for us all. He is missed every day and continues to be loved by his family and friends. As he watches over us all, together with other loved ones he is with, may his joy for life be an inspiration for everyone to appreciate all that life has to offer and to help bring some of the sunshine that Dillon’s smile radiated to each other. I miss my nephew dearly Uncle Alan
Sorry to all if you had trouble posting Please let me know as there are glitches from time to time. Yesterday was the day I dread every year Yes everyday I miss my son but as the same week every year builds to July 4th and the the 6th I physically relive the terror and horror Your body knows and starts to shut down So, thanks to all of you that send us your love, calls, texts and donations. We would not be standing if not for you. Always, share your memories and thoughts about Dillon with us. PEACE
Happy birthday Harriet! The best gift I could think of to give you was to focus on you and your love for Dillon and all the amazing good you have done in the world in his memory. You are an extraordinary woman and I consider myself extremely fortunate to call you my friend. Sending love and hugs and birthday wishes! love, anne
You should be here with your parents and your sister-living life large. But, you are not here and everyday is a challenge that pushes us to remember your love and compassion. We are that 3 legged table that can never quite balance but work hard to not fall over. You would be 28 today…what a wonderful person you were. To be taken so young was a horror for all that knew and loved you. We still love you and use your memory to guide us Dillon. We are spreading your kindness around the world in honor of you.
Numbers sometimes make no sense. What can it mean that Dillon passed ten years ago? Initially, you can’t imagine living a day without your son, then it turns into a week, then a month, a year and now ten years. And yet time goes on without our children. Thinking of Dillon — the bright light he was in our lives, and the bright light that he remains and will always be. Dillon, we love and miss you!
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