The Dillon Cemetery located in Dillon, Colorado was established in 1885 and moved to its current location in 1962. The Cemetery Advisory Committee (“Committee”) was established in 2003 to advise the Dillon Town Council regarding ongoing and newly identified needs of the Dillon Cemetery so as to perpetuate the dignity and history of the site and those individuals interred there. The Committee assists in the planning and maintenance of this significant resource and ensures that our cemetery remains a valuable asset to our community.
The Mission Statement for the Committee is to determine and implement strategies to protect, preserve, and promote the Dillon Cemetery. The duties and responsibilities of the six-member Cemetery Advisory Committee are to act as an advisory body to the Town Council and the Planning and Zoning Commission on policies and actions concerning the cemetery; to work cooperatively with the community to create and maintain a cemetery that will serve the users now and into the future; to recommend fees such that the Perpetual Care Fund remains solvent and can fund future capital improvements and ongoing maintenance; and to identify fundraising opportunities.
The members of the Cemetery Advisory Committee are:
- Linda Polhemus, Committee Chairperson and Historian
- Jo-Anne Tyson, Committee Secretary
- Kyle Hendricks, Council Member
- Scott O'Brien, Staff Liasion
- Dave Crangle
- Mellanee Montgomery
- Penington Wimbush
- Bob Noble
The Dillon Cemetery is an important asset to the community that utilizes the cemetery as a window to the past, a pleasurable landscape of solitude and reflection, or a final resting place. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Dillon Town Clerk’s office at (970) 262-3406 or by email at email@example.com or the Cemetery Advisory Committee, Town of Dillon, PO Box 8, Dillon, CO 80435. Donations are welcome.
The Town of Dillon and the Dillon Cemetery Advisory Committee thank you for your interest in the Dillon Cemetery.