William Dimon

William A. Dimon

1944 - 2022

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Obituary of William A. Dimon

Bill Dimon, 78, husband of Patricia Thomas Dimon, died on November 29, 2022. He was born May 19, 1944, the son of Boyd and Corinne Dimon in Johnson City New York.

In addition to Pat, he is survived by two sons, Mark (Ellen) who lives in Boise Idaho and Scott (Rusty) of Seattle Washington and Mark’s son Benjamin. He is also survived by nieces Dana (Rusty) Long, Jenae (Nii) Ahene and nephew Bryan (Sandy) Michael.

Bill spent the majority of his career at Congleton Lumber Co. where, for thirty-two years he become the region’s foremost authority on construction building materials. He was well known by everyone in the construction business and was always willing to share his expertise. In 2001 he was lured away from Congleton to become a project manager for Padgett Construction where he was able to expand his skills and aid them in becoming a leader in custom home building. Following his retirement in 2017, he became immersed in the leadership of his neighborhood association, Traditions at Parks Edge, and was it’s president for ten years. Bill’s circle of friends through his professional and civic activities was enormous and he earned the friendship and respect from all who knew him.

His most significant legacy is his two sons who he mentored to share his limitless zest and talent for troubleshooting, problem solving, building or repairing anything that one could do with their own two hands. They enjoyed and grew together from their work on cars, boating, fishing, gardening and cooking. The highest points of his later life were spent with his grandson Ben on their trips to Florida .

A celebration of Life will be held at Clark Legacy Center in Brannon Crossing on Sunday December 4 from 2:00 to 4:00 pm.

In the most recent past Bill shared his wife’s passion for abandoned animals and built over 300 cat shelters. Memorial donations can be made to Spay our Strays, P.O. Box 21965, Lexington 40522


Gathering of Family and Friends

2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Sunday, December 4, 2022
Clark Legacy Center- Brannon Crossing
601 E Brannon Rd
Nicholasville, Kentucky, United States
(859) 271-1111