We are saying goodbye to our beloved Dillon, our grandson, our son, our brother, our nephew, our cousin, our friend.
Dillon’s life was cut far too short, and his presence here on Earth will sorely be missed by all who knew him…all who were blessed by his radiance, his infectious smile that brightened every room and brought smiles to everyone who was with him. He truly was a beacon of light that brought joy to every gathering, every home, and every place he went.
He was quick with his wit and enjoyed laughing as well as making others laugh. He made funny faces, told funny jokes, and laughed until his and our sides hurt. What a joy. What a blessing.
Dillon had a heart made of gold. This was never more evident than when he was with his grandparents whom he treated with kindness, gentleness, and respect. He could spend hours on end with them because he loved them so much. He was always so easy, warm, and thoughtful.
And, his style can’t go without mention! He had style for miles! His latest fashion statement was so “GQ” we joked with him that he should be modeling for a fashion magazine or walking down a runway somewhere.
He loved his family dearly, and his family will never be quite the same after this incredible loss. One day, one step at a time, we will learn to bear the pain of Dillon’s passing and learn how to navigate this journey without our beloved. This world will now be a little less bright, a little less funny, and little less secure.
Dillon is survived by his grandmothers, Herminia “Emi” Garcia and Virginia Lee Foley; his father, John William (Bill) Foley; his mother, Roselle Jacqueline Garcia Foley; his brother, Timothy William Garcia Foley; his many aunts and uncles; his numerous cousins; his countless friends; and his favorite cat, Sutton.
Due to COVID-19, a Celebration of his Life will be postponed. Updates on this will be on Dillon’s event page on Facebook.
“Good night, sweet prince, and flights of angels sing thee to thy rest!”