Dylan Anthony Rotellini
Fontana, 18, was the most incredible son, brother, nephew, grandson and friend. We are honored he was ours... Dylan had an amazing gift of making every person, young and old, feel special. He was, and always will be, our gift from heaven.
Our baby, our son, our precious love - Dylan went to be with his Heavenly Father Friday, March 29, 2013. Dylan graduated from the Colton Unified School District and was to walk in his class graduation ceremony next month.
Dylan was taken from our lives way too soon
our beautiful son died from injuries sustained as a passenger in a horrific auto accident. Losing a child, one cannot comprehend; no words can describe the pain; a parent should never know this kind of anguish. Our sweet, special and loving son's wish was to be an organ and tissue donor. From our sweet son's generous gift, another family will be made whole, so many lives saved by our own. Dylan, we are so proud to call you our son.
Dylan is greatly loved, will be deeply missed, and will live on in our hearts forever. He had a loving spirit whose kind heart, laughter and incredible smile touched everyone who ever knew him. Dylan loved animals, biking, and fishing, was an avid motocross fan and won his first motocross race the week prior to his tragic death. He had only just begun to live
Dylan is survived by his proud parents Angelo and Tammy Rotellini and brother Austin of Fontana; grandfather Kenneth Berg, Sr., of Fontana; grandmother Mary Rotellini of Fontana; and many aunts, uncles, and beloved cousins. Dylan we will always love you!
Funeral Services will be held Monday, April 8, 2013 at 2 p.m. at Inland Lighthouse Church located at 1123 South Cactus Avenue, Rialto, CA, 92376. For more information, you may contact the church at 909.820.2393.
Published in San Bernardino Sun on Apr. 7, 2013