Dylan Nichol Obituary, Dylan Nichol has passed away unexpectedly
- by Alex Danvers
Dylan Nichol Obituary, Death – We must break the news to you all with deep sorrow that Dylan has passed away far too soon. Dylan is survived by his mother Andrea and his father Phil, his sister Camryn, his grandmother Barb Picton, his paternal and paternal grandparents Ken and Betty Nichol and Lori and Camilla Meuse, as well as a large number of aunts, uncles, cousins, and other relatives and friends that Dylan thought of as family. Georges Picton, Dylan’s paternal great-grandfather, passed away before Dylan was born. The 14th of November, 1999 found Dylan being brought into the world at Selkirk General Hospital. He had a reputation for being the quiet one, but once he allowed you in, he was the kind of buddy you could always count on.
He was always known for being the quiet one. No matter how much trouble he managed to get himself into, he was always the most entertaining and boisterous of criminal partners. Whether it was by making fun of her at home or by encouraging her interest in horses over the past year, Dylan took great pride in being Camryn’s older brother. He never failed to make her feel like she was someone unique or include her in everything he was doing. Dylan put in a lot of work so that he could play more. He surrounded himself with toys of various sizes, yet the time he spent playing with them was almost always spent with his loved ones and friends.
Whether it was helping out with the horses, getting that quad unstuck during a muddy ride, or pulling a snowmobile out of a deep drift, he was there with a smile on his face the entire time. Dylan always had a strong desire to experience new things, and when he was in his teens, he joined the Sea Cadets and was able to go to Europe to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge. Because of this tour, he now has a deeper understanding of the history of the military, which he is able to discuss at length with anyone. After completing his studies at Carman Collegiate, Dylan moved on to earn his driver’s license for Class 1 so that he could continue his exciting life of exploration.
He was the third generation of his family to drive a truck, and he liked the freedom of the open road and the challenge of driving in the mountains. He picked up a lot of useful hints and pointers from his dad and grandpa, and he enjoyed telling others about his experiences on the road. Within the span of his brief life, he traveled to Saskatoon, Fort McMurray, Grande Prairie, and, last but not least, Rocky Mountain House. Because he could spend time with his other “grandparents,” his Aunt Judy and Uncle Larry, in Rocky Mountain House, it quickly became one of his favorite places. The most recent hobby that Dylan took up was cooking. Whether it was a hearty breakfast or a Banana Bourbon Flambé at midnight, Dylan made sure that every meal involved making everything from scratch and ensuring that everyone, especially his rodeo family, left the table full.
Dylan, you were taken from us far too young, but know that we will always adore you. You cannot even begin to fathom how much we shall miss you. Without you here, our lives feel like they are missing a significant piece. In Carman, with the presence of close family and friends, a private interment will take place. In the spring of 2023, a celebration of life will be held at the ranch close to Morris, and guests are welcome to come and go throughout the day. Please let us know by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in attending, and we will keep you informed as further arrangements are finalized.
Dylan Nichol Obituary, Death – We must break the news to you all with deep sorrow that Dylan has passed away far too soon. Dylan is survived by his mother Andrea and his father Phil, his sister Camryn, his grandmother Barb Picton, his paternal and paternal grandparents Ken and Betty Nichol and Lori and Camilla…