D-Dog... Dylan was a co-worker of mine briefly. We became very good friends. I live in Boston and am just hearing of his passing. It's hitting me hard cuz I recently lost my mom who had the pleasure of meeting Dylan. I wish I got in touch before this happened. Im sorry buddy!! Love ya always and will miss ya!
I knew Dylan only too, too slightly. He was a friend of Seth's. He was a friend through a friend, but the gap of Dylan's passing is immeasurable....
Dylan was so special and he knew and understood me even when I was not able to explain what I meant. He will stay in my heart forever and I am pretty sure he knows it. I am grateful for the times we had and the people we were connected to. Much love to all of the family always!
You taught me how to kickflip when i could only ollie. Those were some of the best times i ever had..and i know the neighbors didnt feel the same way. Much much love from our family to you and yours.
I cannot look at any photo of you without thinking of the trust you had in all of us--trust that we would understand your love and intense concern you had for all of us. It is no wonder that so many people have written "love letters" to you on these pages.You have changed our lives in many positive ways.
Scott Family, we are so sorry for your loss, you are in our thoughts and prayers.
Dear Mr.& Mrs. Scott,
A person who loses a partner is called a widow. A child who loses a parent is called an orphan. But there is no word to describe a parent who loses a child because that loss is like no other. Dylan was an extremely talented young man, and such a good friend of our son Jeff. He left us far too soon. God bless you and your granddaughters.
Dylan we spent our childhoods across the street from each other. You were in our house and with my brother constantly. You will be deeply missed for your kind heart and giant bright smile. Many prayers and blessings to your parents, Alex, Noelle, and your girls.
Dylan you were a great guy and a great friend. I love you and will miss dearly. My heart goes out to your wonderful Mom and Dad and family too.
Although I only met him once at the Scott's Winter party, he made a wonderful impression - I will remember him. Larry Landis
Never forget his sense of humor and lighthearted way. RIP buddy!
I'm very sorry for your loss.
I pray for your comfort and peace.
So, so sorry to read of your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers. There are no words to adequately describe the sorrow. But I am feeling it for you and your family.
Dylan was such an amazing person. My children loved him so & always referred to him as "Uncle" Dylan. So many memories of high school antics & outings I'll never forget. Trick or treating together with our families, wedding celebrations, & just being friends. You will be missed Dylan! Much love to Noell & the girls, and to Jane, Geoff & Alex.
We remember Dylan as hardworking, enjoyable, serious, humorous, and a friend devoted to his daughters. We shall miss him. -- Jared and Jane
Dylan- u left me with many gifts from the pond in the front of the house -to deep reflective comments- but the warmth and love that radiated from your being is my fondest feeling- the SMILE was the best- particularly when you would bring or talk about the 'girls-
Yes- there is a hole in my heart that will not be repaired - just boxed in- as we agreed reality is infinity - so you are still with us- where could you go?
Jane, Geoffrey, Alex,
We will always remember Dylan as a smart, sweet, engaging young man whose smile and warmth drew you to him every time you were in his presence. We extend our deepest condolences to you and his beloved children.
Dylan is a wonderful soul, and he'll be missed. Love and condolences to his family.
Noell and girls:
We are sorry to learn of Dillon's passing. He was far too young to be called home. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
Will miss you always Dylan. Forever in our hearts.
Geoff and Jane, words cannot express how sorry I am for your loss.
Dylan, may your light brighten the universe. We grew up together, and I wish we hadn't lost touch. Peace to Noell and your daughters, as well as your parents and Alex. My heart aches for them.
Noell and family...I am so very sorry to hear of your loss. You, Danielle and Mike/Deb, as well as the rest of the family will be in our thoughts and prayers as you grieve during this time.
My condolences to the Scott family. My prayers are with you.
Dear Sweet Dylan. You will be missed and remembered fondly. You were an amazing Adventure Person. (Alex and Dylan loved Adventure People toys when I babysat them in the 70s)
Much Love to Jane, Geoffrey, Alex, Dylan's children and Noell.
I am so very sorry for your loss.
Dylan has been and always will be one the closest and best friends I could ever have. He did champion the under dog and the debates we shared bled deep into the social, political and psychological fabric that is our structured society. Dylan was out of the box from the beginning and could never just fit in. The tenacity and depth of his charismatic nature leaped beyond boundaries and touched people in their soul. In all of that, Dylan was just being himself. A non-comformist by his nature,Dylan was one of a kind. Words cannot simply describe this wonderful being that has left us for the beyond. My Soul Brother forever! The indelible brush stroke Dylan painted in my life will be with me, always. It hasn't been one week since we last talked, and amidst my crying and staring into oblivion, I'm also laughing hysterically at the things he could say that moved me in ways that nobody could. Like many others, I feel a loss that can't be described, yet embiggened in my soul and conscience. Yes, embiggened!
Dylan Scott was all heart. His flame burned bright, yet too quickly. In this loss I feel praise that he was here. For if he wasn't, my life's experience would be much less. My friend Dylan will be with me, always. -James Franklin Kury
To the Scott family: love and healing thoughts are abundant. I hope peace surrounds you.
I am very sorry to hear of Dylan's passing. I grew up on Logan Street, two houses down from Dylan, and many of my fun childhood memories include him. Even as we grew older and developed separate groups of friends, he was always so kind, gentle, and friendly with me and my family. I am grateful I had the opportunity to reconnect with Dylan a few years ago on facebook. Just as he always was, Dylan was sincere, kind, and compassionate with me, asking about my family and updating me on his life. To everyone who loved Dylan, whose lives were touched by him, I am so sorry for your loss. He was a good man with a warm, gentle spirit. May he rest in peace.
What sad and terrible news. Dylan was one of a kind and a beloved member of our 23rd Srteet/Logan Street crew. Our hearts break with yours. Sadly, we are out of town for a couple of weeks and will not be back in time for the service. Please know that our prayers are with you. -- Laurie and Linda Roberts
No bond is as great as that between a parent and child. My deepest condolences are with you as you grieve.
Dylan was so kind, caring, thoughtful and soulful.He adored his children and talked about them constantly. He loved his whole family so much and appreciated everything. He was a longtime friend of my son, Charlie and earned a place in the honored group of 'my boys'. You were taken from us too soon and are so sadly missed.
May your memories of the wonderful times you shared with your loved one comfort you and your family, today and always.