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Obituary: Dylon Edward Dean Andras

The world became a brighter place on April 19, 1994, the day Dylon Edward Dean Andras was born. Dylon sadly had his short life taken from him on October 25, 2023, at the young age of 29 years old.
Dylon left behind Connie and Chris Low (mother and step father), Dallas and Jessica Abbott (father and step mother), Todd and Kris Sian (ex-step father and wife), Ann and Tracy Rae (ex-step mom and husband), Don and Kathy Abbott(grandparents), Dee Bardin and Tom Pnacek (grandparents), Greta Stratton (grandmother), Rolla and Shelia Davis, Janice Shobe (grandmother), Doris Sutton and Mark Griffin (grandmother and sign other), De Bardin and Tom Pnacek (step-grandparents), Courtney and Matt Wendel (sister), Sara Haas and Dakota Kwiatkowski (sister and significant other), Michael Sian (brother), Devin Abbott and Kaya Billerbeck (brother), Damon Abbott and Jayde (brother), Dawson Abbot (nephew), Norma Kittle (great aunt), Multiple aunts, uncles, and cousins.
Preceded in death by Edward L. Andras (grandfather) William J Sian III (grandfather)
Dylon loved riding bikes (every type of them), fishing, trail riding, rock hunting, tinkering, spending time with friends and family. Most of all helping anyone and everyone that needed it. May it have been working on something or just listening…he was there.
His smile lit up a room and will be greatly missed. Anyone classified as his friend was his family. He would give a stranger the shirt off his back. Dylon had a heart of gold. You could call him anytime of the day or night and he would be to your rescue no questions asked. His laugh, while cheesy as could be, you couldn’t help but laughing with him. His adventures never stopped; he was always searching for his next treasure “gold”. His shoulder was always there for you to lean on. Dylon was many things, but family was always 1st. He will be sadly missed and will always have a special place in everyone’s heart. No words can ever fill the hole this has left in our lives. Dylon is loved and cherished and will never be forgotten. 
We would like to invite everyone to a memorial of life for Dylon on Wednesday, November 1st, at 4pm at the Clare County Senior Community Center, 101 Michigan Street, Farwell, with Pastor Jim Young officiating. Memorial gifts in memory of Dylon may be considered to the Andras Family. To share an online memory or condolence with Dylon’s family, please visit: Arrangements and care of Mr. Andras and his family are entrusted with Clark-Stocking Funeral Chapel and Cremation Service (989)539-7810.

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