Friends all called him Dillon and they still cannot believe he is gone. They are spending time now looking back on better times and keeping Dillon's memory alive.
"He's always real nice and generous and everything and he was fun to hang out with... He'd just go out and do anything with me and Travis."
Ryan Miller and his friend Travis are cherishing memories of their best friend Dillon.
"We'd go out and go mudding, we'd go frog gigging or one time we made our homemade bow and arrows. They didn't last too long, but we had fun with that... Me, Travis and Dillon went out to the mudhole and we all pushed each other around and flung mud everywhere and Dillon actually jumped on the hood and rubbed the mud all over the place and wrote 'yee yee' in it which was pretty funny."
Dillon left a definite impression on his peers at West Fork High School.
"Everyone's pretty tore up about it. Went down the hall today in school and a lot of people were upset and crying and it's pretty sad... It tore me up pretty bad when I first heard it, didn't really want to believe it at first... Dillon was a good kid."
And in a tribute to Dillon, Miller made it known that he will always love his best friend.
"I just hope he's in a better place right now and he's doing good. I mean, I'm going to be praying for him every night."
Miller said his the school is dedicating their next football game to Dillon.