Over the past 26-plus years Dillon has made many friendships and acquaintances working with clients, agents and many different companies. She is a licensed agent and a member of the Portsmouth Association of Life Underwriters, serving as past president and secretary of the organization.
While seemingly always endeavoring to stay on top of the constant changes within the realm of the insurance profession, she still managed to put her husband, two children and their home life first. Her husband, Stephen, passed away a year ago this past March. Her son, Bill, and his wife, Tina, and their four children live locally. Her daughter, Stephanie, her two sons and fiance, Austin, live in Maumee.
Clients, agents, friends, past and present employees, and family all are invited to stop in between the hours of 2 and 6 p.m. for a dessert reception and to wish Dillon well. This also would be a good time to meet whom she personally chose to take her place, Amanda Pettigrew.
Red Cross announces classes
The Ohio River Valley Chapter of American Red Cross announces two classes.
Adult CPR with AED, child and infant CPR, and first aid will be from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. May 25. This course is ideal for health care providers, parents, grandparents and expecting parents. The cost of the course will be $45.
CPR for the professional rescuer will be from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. May 26. This course is designed for those who require a much more intensive study and knowledge of all aspects of CPR, such as lifeguards, medical personnel, or those wishing a thorough understanding of CPR. The cost of the course will be $50.
All participants must preregister for classes at the chapter house, 614 Glover St., or call for a registration form at (740) 354-3293, (888) 354-3293, or fax to (740) 353-8735.
Kentucky crash injures one
The Lewis County Sheriff's Office is investigating a single-vehicle accident that occurred on Monday afternoon on Ky. 1149.
According to reports, Kelly Stone, 23, was driving a 2002 Ford Ranger south on Ky. 1149 when his vehicle dropped of the shoulder and went over a 50-foot embankment, impacting a culvert where the vehicle came to a rest.
Stone sustained multiple injuries and was extracted from the vehicle by members of Garrison and Lewis County volunteer fire departments.
He was airlifted to Cabell-Huntington Hospital, and his condition has not been released.
From PDT staff reports