Albert Dillow 1926-2013

Albert “Ab” Dillow, 86, of Flatwoods, KY was reunited with his wife Christine, on Friday, March 22, 2013.  He passed away at his daughter’s home surrounded by his loving family.

Mr. Dillow was born August 3, 1926 in Greenup County, KY, a son of the late Fred and Martha Bell Adkins Dillow.  He was also preceded death by his wife, Christine Dillow; a son, Stephen Albert Dillow; a grandson, Adam Smith; a great grandson, Brandon Stepp; two sisters: Phoebe Bush and Nancy Aldi.

He was a WW II Army Veteran, a retired Carmen for the C&O Railroad, a member of the Brotherhood of Railway Carmen, a charter member of Greenup County Foxhunters Association, and enjoyed fishing.

Albert gave his heart to the Lord.  He loved giving his testimony of how Bro. Harry Bailey came to talk with him about the Lord and won him to the Lord.  He was very proud to have read the Bible thru two times.  He also loved attending the Wurtland Church of God and all his dear friends there.

He is survived by a son: Michael Alan (Bonnie) Dillow of Kitts Hill, OH, three daughters: Sandi (Fred) McIntyre of Flatwoods, KY, Patty (Jerry) Dillow Smith of Greenup, and Judy (David) Workman of Greenup; eight grandchildren, seventeen great grandchildren and four great great grandchildren; a brother, Robert (Dorothy) Dillow of Beaver, OH; four sisters: Violet Williamson of Arizona, Mildred Smith of Texas, Hilda Sizemore of Texas, Jenny Riffe of Arizona.

The funeral will be at 12 PM, Monday, March 25, 2013 at Bailey Family Funeral Home in Flatwoods, KY with Rev. Pete Roar officiating.  Burial will follow in Melvin Cemetery in Wurtland.

The visitation will be Sunday from 6 to 9 PM at the funeral home.

Online condolences may be sent to BaileyFamilyFuneralHome.com.

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#5 Tim Hartley 2013-03-25 13:29
My childhood memories are filled with visions of Uncle Ab and his dogs, cousins and relatives in the warm Kentucky sun. Good memories. My wife Kim and I were able to visit with Ab and Tiny a couple of years ago, and I'm so glad she got to meet them. He was truly a blessed man- he had the love of family and friends, and the Lord's peace in his heart. May God's peace be with you all today, and may the memories of Ab put a smile on your face for years to come. It will for me. Love, Tim
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#4 Angela 2013-03-24 18:13
My Papaw was the hardest working man I have ever known. I didn't get to see him as often as I would have liked, but I love him dearly and will miss him very much. I have so many memories of him that I talk to my kids about often, and hope that I can carry on his memory for many more years. As sad as we are that he is no longer with us, we can take comfort in knowing he is now with Mamaw, Dad, Brandon, and other family and that we now have one more angel looking down upon us.
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#3 Sherri Stepp 2013-03-24 14:34
My Papaw will be dearly missed. I love you Papaw. Sherri
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#2 Sherri Stepp 2013-03-24 14:09
My Papaw will be dearly missed. He isn't suffering anymore and is in a much better place now. I love you Papaw.
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#1 Brenda Rife Buller 2013-03-23 02:53
Uncle Ab will be missed and my memories of him will be cherished. Thanking God for his love, his mercy and the gift of memories. I have many fond memories, but, on one of the last visits to see my uncle and his family I witnessed uncle Ab reading the bible and he smiled a smile that was a deep loving smile that only comes with feeling the love of the Lord. It made me cry and rejoice. God I ask you to be with my uncle Ab's
family and let each one feel your wonderful love, give them peace. Love, Brenda
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