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Dylan Morgan Manry

June 26, 2003 - April 20, 2019 Rock Springs - Dylan was a young man that touched the lives of everyone he met. Though very shy, once he opened up he was deeply loving, compassionate, and empathetic. On Saturday April 20, 2019 he felt his heart was too big for this world and chose to leave it behind. Dylan's absolute favorite thing in his life was his family and friends. He didn't have to speak to them in person, by phone, or text everyday but he always had stories, thoughts and memories that he shared daily, with so much love and animation. He adored animals (cats and wild horses were some of his favorites), loved video games, and played guitar beautifully, if he knew that no one was watching him. Dylan loved to make people laugh, and though sometimes his jokes were slightly bizarre, you had to give him credit for being creative. Even if you wanted to roll your eyes, the contagiousness of his laughter made it impossible not to laugh yourself. He shared this sense of humor with his brother, who was always his partner in crime and closest confidante. If you got them in a room together your sides would hurt for days from laughing. Dylan was and still is a deeply loved son, brother, brother in-law, grandson, great grandson, cousin, nephew, and friend. The void he left is felt so deeply, by so many and is far reaching. The family asks that in lieu of flowers or contributions, PLEASE put your efforts into suicide awareness so that no other family or loved ones have to experience this loss. Cremation is taking place and a celebration of life will be announced at a later date. Condolences for family can be left at www.foxfh.com

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Guestbook

i am sorry for your loss

makayla May 1 2019 2:58 PM

whenever i seen him on the bus he was laughing i wasn't friends with him but i wish i was

makayla May 1 2019 2:57 PM

Absolutely heartbreaking. God rest his soul and comfort family and friends. Although I have no personal relationship to family or friends your all in my prayers. So so very sorry for your loss.

Joelyn Schinkel Apr 28 2019 11:05 PM

Trying to reach and help anyway we can. Please let us help.

cory and alicia Apr 28 2019 12:07 AM

I saw the post on Facebook, can not imagine how much it hurts. Prayers are going your way and I hope your angel is up there at peace.

Candy Lane Apr 26 2019 8:40 PM

I read your sons obituary online and it was very touching. I am so sorry for your loss. Your family will be in my thoughts and prayers. Krista Nethercott-Jackson Wyoming

Krista Nethercott Apr 26 2019 7:30 PM

A candle was lit in memory of Dylan Manry

Brandey Apr 26 2019 11:03 AM

I met Dylan and his Mom and Dad at conference last year. Although I only spent a few days with them they were kind and we had a connection. Dylan was quiet but a kind gentle kid. My heart breaks for you all and we are thinking of you all from Canada. Sending love and strength. Love the Dixon family, Scott, Pamela, Marcus and Lincoln

pamela cummings Apr 26 2019 11:00 AM

I did not know this young man or you the family , but we went through this Dec. 21 St I lost my 17 year old grandson to suicide , I didn't know it was possible to hurt so much . This is why I was drawn to you , I would be happy to help in any way if you need anything or would like to talk I understand your pain . Thanks Debbie

Debbie Apr 26 2019 10:38 AM

Deepest condolences! I did not know Dylan very well. However, I have been personally touched by suicide several times. I feel strongly that the honest wording in his obituary was by far one of the bravest displays of true love I have witnessed in a long time. We should not sanitize the subject. Honest and forthright discourse is necessary to put the brakes on this epidemic a permenent solution to a temporary problem which has profound ripple effects through our comunity.

Paloma Rowan Apr 25 2019 5:33 PM

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