Bill DeVon Dallmann Affectionately known as (Fluffy) to his wife, and (Grampy) to his grandbabies.
Born in Memphis on 11/18/1946
He sadly and unexpectedly left this world on Sunday 10th of March 2019 he was 72 years old.
He was the youngest twin boy of Parents Sema Dallmann and Chester Dallmann.
He was a proud and loving father to his devoted daughter, Michelle Carlson (Jerry Carlson) his pride and joy and first-born child, and Son Scott Dallmann, who loved to spend time and go fishing with his dad.
He was raised in New Paris, Indiana, where he and his twin brother Bob Dallmann (Melanie Dallmann) attended school…often on skates, he’d told me.
He was proud to attend Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana,
And soon become an apprentice at GTE and General Dynamics he was a loyal employee who loved to learn and worked his way up to project manager a job that took him on travels across the USA, with good reason he favored Hawaii, and hoped to return. He had many amazing stories he would share with pride and joy, he stayed at GD until he retired at the age of 55 years old.
He was a hardworking gentleman with old fashioned values, he loved to play golf, read, fish and have fun on the boat, he loved that he was always the constant champion at bowling.
He moved to Marco Island to take care of his Uncle Arney Dallmann and Auntie Frances Dallmann. There he met is neighbor and his new best friend, who shared his love for bike riding, photography and reading books while watching the sunsets on the beach, it only took him 2 years of friendship to get up enough courage to kiss her, they married a year later in 2007 we’d dance to Lady in Red by Chris De Burgh, his favorite song.
He loved dearly, as his own son, Jonathan Connors (Laura Connors) who adored and loved his dad and will cherish memories of fun, fishing and laughter, and many happier times.
He was an amazing Grampy and Great grand-dad who took extreme pride in his grandchildren and held them close to his heart even when distance kept them apart.
He would always playfully tease Elise Connors and many times she made him cry with laughter, be it in the pool playing piggy in the middle or when they would go fishing and he wanted her to kiss her first catch, a baby shark.
That tear-filled laughter is how I, his wife Debra Jane Dallmann (Bailey) will remember him.
Everyone who knew him, knew him only as a kind and mild-mannered man, loving and always caring for others first
He will be sadly missed by all who had the pleasure in knowing him, he touched lives with kindness and love.
Forever in our hearts.
His family will hold a private, Close family only service.
At 2pm on March 26th at Baldwin Brothers Funeral Home
1350 E. Burleigh Blvd, Tavares, Fl 32778
1350 E. Burleigh Blvd