1-99 North St, Hanover, Pennsylvania, 17331
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Dillon was very into sports! He played all sports throughout school.He especially loved his football team, the Raiders. Family was the most important thing to Dillon though, he loved being with his family!
Dillon’s step brother took his own life and he could not find a way to deal with his emotions. This struggle led him to numb his feelings with drugs.
His niece made him smile no matter what
I miss his silly laugh. I miss him making everyone around him laugh
I love you so much
Considering donating in memory of Dillon Wentz who life was cut short at the age of 23 sadly.
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