Richard S. Diltz

  • Born: September 29, 1920
  • Died: June 6, 2017
  • Location: Marietta, Georgia

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Tribute & Message From The Family


Richard Stanley Diltz of Marietta, Georgia died June 6, 2017 at his home. He was born on September 29, 1920 to Irene Saum and Roger Leroy Diltz.

Mr. Diltz served in the U.S. Army and was a decorated hero, he was a P.O.W and a purple heart recipient. He safely returned from WWII to his loving wife Marian Federle who preceded him in death in 2010. They were married for 69 years. He was a self employed furniture maker.

Mr. Diltz was the Father of Sharon Diltz Litton and Sandy Diltz ( Ted ) Simpson. He was the Grandfather of Sue Anne Litton ( Lee ) Bryant, Shannon Litton
( Chancellor ), Trey Litton ( Rebecca ) and Bradley Simpson ( Erin ). He was the Great Grandfather of Tyler Bryant, Tanner Bryant, Hayden Simpson, James David Litton, Bryson Simpson and Ryder Simpson.


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I always respected and admired my uncle. He was a great role model to me. Love the photo.

Posted by Allen Anderson - Millville, MN - Family   June 16, 2017

Dick exemplified the words of II Timothy 2:3-4. May he rest in peace with his beloved wife Marian

Posted by Charles and Margie Tatter - Marietta, GA - Neighbor   June 16, 2017

So sorry for your loss Sandy. What a great, long life he had as a brave, honorable, respected gentleman! He will be missed!

Posted by Lois Collier - Woodstock, GA   June 14, 2017

What a wonderful son, father and grandfather....thanks Dick for the history lessons of your life and thanks for being a Veteran!!!<br /><br />David Cutler (staff member of the Dunkin Donut crew)

Posted by David Cutler - Roswell, GA - friend   June 14, 2017

Oh the stories Dick could tell.....he would join us (several friends) at Dunkin' Donuts just about every Sunday after church and would capture the attention of many while telling of his life as a POW in WWII. Dick loved to talk!!!! He loved the limelight. We loved him!!!! He took us on an adventure through his life stories....Thank you Dick, Rest in Peace,

Posted by Shirley Cutler - Marietta, GA - Friend   June 14, 2017

Thinking of all of you during this very difficult time. Thoughts & prayers.

Posted by Kacey Miller - Carlisle, KY - Family Friend   June 13, 2017

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With deepest sympathy, Jerry and Kay

Posted by K Arthur - Maysville, KY   June 13, 2017


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