OLIVER “OLLIE” DILL a precious little boy will live in the hearts and minds of many of us for years to come. We have never had the honor or privilege of meeting him but today he has gone home to live in the loving arms of God.
Today Oliver “Ollie” Dill is starting a new adventure in heaven and he’s got things to do and people to see. He will observe unimaginable things that we couldn’t even begin to fathom such streets of gold, beautiful sunsets, people laughing, dancing, rejoicing and people living in harmony and peace. Most importantly he will meet his maker and rejoice in all things good.
This beautiful, innocent little boy was a living example of love, peace and joy. God’s plan is greater than ours and God needed him more than we did.
Starting today he will never have any worries, feel sadness, loss or pain. This isn’t the end for Oliver “Ollie” Dill but is only the beginning. He’s now watches over the people he loves with joyful anticipation when they can all meet again.
May the pain and sorrow that we feel now will last only for a short while and it will quickly turn into beautiful memories of Oliver “Ollie” Dill that will last a lifetime.
Please join us today at 11:00 am in a moment of silence in tribute to the memory of OLIVER “OLLIE” DILL.  We also hope that you will also join us in praying for members of the Dill family in hope that that one day soon they will be able to find peace and joy once again. 
Oliver “Ollie” Dill, 3, Evansville, IN passed away on July 9, 2019. He was born on June 2, 2016 in Providence, RI to Dr. Andrew and Jamie (Martin) Dill.

He loved playing with his brother, Owen and cousin, Anniston. Ollie enjoyed reading and playing in the sandbox and water tables at USI Children’s Learning Center, where he loved the ladies. He had a love for food, especially, turkey, mashed potatoes and mac-n-cheese. Ollie was known for being a practical joker. He had a love for animals and enjoyed going to the zoo.

Oliver “Ollie” is preceded in death by his grandmother, Charley Dill.

He is survived by his parents; brother, Owen Dill; grandparents, James E. (Charlene) Martin and Tom (Tamara) Dill; aunts and uncles, Chris Martin, Dan Martin, Eric Dill (Heather Southworth) and Amanda Smith (Steve); and many other cousins, extended family and friends.

Funeral Services will be held today at 11:00 a.m. at Alexander East Chapel and officiated by Celebrant Carrie Hatchett.

Friends may visit today 10:00 a.m. until service time at the funeral home. Burial will be at Alexander Memorial Park.

Memorial Contributions may be made to USI Children’s Learning Center, 8600 University Blvd, Evansville, IN 47712.


  1. I see why the CCO censored my comment under “Is it True” now after reading the preamble to the little boy’s obit.

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