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DIANA MICHELLE GALLEO DILLARD

Diana Michelle Galleo Dillard, 47, of Rincon, Georgia, and wife of Ray Edward Dillard, Jr., died Tuesday evening, August 4, 2020 at Memorial University Medical Center.

Born in Waimanalo Hawaii, she was a daughter of Audrey Souera Galleo and the late Constantino Galleo.

Survivors include her husband, Ray Edward Dillard, Jr. of Rincon; one son, Joseph Gubko; her mother, Audrey Souera Galleo; one sister, Carol England and her husband, Eric; three brothers, Darrin Galleo and his wife, Michelle, Robin Galleo and his wife, Melanie, and Myron Galleo and his wife, Jodie, and nieces and nephews.

The family will receive friends from 1 until 3 o’clock Saturday at Gamble Funeral Service – 410 Stephenson Avenue, Savannah.

The memorial service will be held at 3 o’clock Saturday afternoon in the chapel of Gamble Funeral Service.

Online Condolences

  1. Bill Johnson says:

    Ray, so sorry for your loss. I know that she is with the LORD.
    See you soon.

    Bill

  2. Elizabeth Ranew says:

    Mr. Dillard and family,
    I worked with Diana at the airport but got to know her when she was still with APD. She was always fun to chat with and she will be sorely missed.
    E Ranew

  3. Gwen Duquette says:

    Ray, you have my deepest sympathy. I’ve known Diana since she started working as an officer for APD. She would stop and chat with me. And she enjoyed the dark chocolates. She will always be remembered.

    Gwen, AKA CANDY LADY

  4. Pamela Jones says:

    Family of Diana Dillard:

    I worked with Diana at Sav. Airport Police Dept. She was a super fine lady. She was a joy to work with. You all are in our thoughts and prayers.

  5. Ernest Ramsey says:

    I had the honor and pleasure to work with Diana for many years as a police officer. She was a dedicated and caring officer. I also know her as a loving and devoted wife and mother. My wife and I had the honor along with many other friends and family to attend her and Ray’s wedding five years ago. I remember her being so happy and crying tears of joy during the ceremony. I know her husband, son and entire family are devastated by this loss. I know now she is with God waiting for the moment when she will be reunited with all her family. I will miss my sister officer more than I can adequately express. My God hold you in the palm of his hand. Diana your 10-42.

  6. Letecia tellez says:

    Mr Ray sorry for loss Ms Daina she is great person

  7. Jeanette B Hilliard says:

    To Diana’s Family,
    I am so sorry for your lost. There aren’t any words to adequately express or words to bring comfort to Ray, Joseph, Ms. Audrey and the other family members at the lost of Diana. She was such a nice and honest person. I have always enjoyed talking with her when we both used to worked the third shift at the Savannah Airport. My heart felt condolences go out to all the Family members. Earth’s lost is Heaven’s gain. Be encouraged!

  8. Thatiane Gillis says:

    To Diana’s family,
    I’m really sorry for you loss. I knew Diana from the airport and she always had a smile on her face. I know she will shine her light among the angels now and she will be looking up for her family and friends that were left behind.
    I hope God bring the comfort for your hearts. It’s not easy to loose a loved one. Time will heal your wounds and it will easy your pain.
    God bless you.

    Thatiane Gillis – United Airlines

  9. Michelle Miehle says:

    To Diana’s Family,

    I have had the pleasure of working with Diana at the Savannah Airport for the last five years. She was strong, dedicated and she was always quick to offer you a brilliant smile. There was a light within her that shone through to anyone who knew her. She is indeed with the Lord and has found eternal peace. My sympathy for you and your family until you are rejoined. God’s Love and blessings be with you.

  10. Paul & Saundra Dunn says:

    Paul and I worked with Diana at the airport, you could tell she was happy because she was forever smiling and always friendly. May God hold you a little tighter and strengthen you to get through the difgicult days ahead

  11. Richard Snooks says:

    Ray, the sudden loss of Diana was a shock to us all at Savannah Airport. She always seemed so happy and full of life. Please extend my sympathy to your family and know that I am thinking of you all at this sorrowful time. She will be sorely missed. God bless you and your family.

  12. Melanie Freeman says:

    To Diana’s family,

    I will always rember her laugh, and the good times we had working together. She will be deeply missed. I am sorry for you loss.

    Diana: a hui hou makou, Aloha Nui Loa (Until we meet again, much love friend).

  13. Kim Snyder says:

    To Diana’s Family:

    We had the great privilege of knowing Diana through my brother Ken. Over the years it was always wonderful to see her joyful smile and bubbly personality pop onto the computer screen next to him. Subsequently, she became one of our biggest supporters and cheerleaders with our recent move from California to South Carolina.

    We are immensely thankful for the laughter and camaraderie we have shared together. We are also beyond grateful to know that Diana, a person of this caliber, was someone my brother was fortunate enough to work with.

    As you navigate the coming weeks please know you will be in our daily prayers. Wishing you ease, comfort and moments of happy memories to sustain you.
    Kim, Tim & Connie

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