Eric J. Dimter Obituary, Death – On the morning of November 12, 2022, in the early hours of the morning, Eric J. Dimter, then 34 years old, was involved in a terrible collision with a motor vehicle in Burlington, North Carolina. As a consequence of the injuries he sustained, he passed away. After completing his high school education at Allentown Central Catholic High School, where he was a member of the football team throughout his high school career, he attended Saint Elizabeth Regional School. Eric is a graduate of Temple University’s Fox School of Business, where he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration.

He was the project manager for the new Toyota plant that was being constructed in Liberty, North Carolina, while he was employed by Baker Concrete Construction. Earlier in his career, he worked for the Bazella Group in Allentown, which is located in Pennsylvania. Eric was endowed with a combination of wit and intelligence. Because he was so charismatic and outgoing, he was able to accomplish all of the lofty goals he had set for himself. Eric was regarded as a reliable and compassionate friend by a sizable number of individuals. This contributed to the breadth of his social circle.

Those who are left behind after his death include his only grandparent Barbara Lulevitch, his twin brother Sean, his sister Allison, his parents Kimberly and Christopher, his nephew Jude and sister in law Kate Winkelspect, his only grandparent Barbara Lulevitch, his uncle Jerome Lulevitch, his uncles Steve and Dave Dimter, and his aunt Mary Dimter, as well as extended family members.

His family will meet and greet guests at the Gilbert Funeral Home on Saturday, November 19, 2022, beginning at 10:00 am. The Gilbert Funeral Home is located at 444 Pershing Blvd. in Whitehall, Pennsylvania 18052. A prayer service will take place at noon, immediately following the visitation, and the Reverend Fr. Robert J. Potts will preside over it. Because of this, the event will now come to an end. The funeral and burial will be held in private.