Obituaries

Dylan M. Fox

December 9, 1991 - February 12, 2020

Age 28, of Bliss, NY, passed away at home on February 12, 2020.

He was born December 9, 1991 in Warsaw, son of Tina Fox Callaro of Pike and Robin Taylor of Leicester. Dylan was a graduate of Letchworth Central School. He worked construction for several years for Getterr Done Construction.

Dylan was an avid fisherman and sports fan. He loved spending time with his children and his family.

Surviving along with his parents are his fiancé, Rebecca Washburn; his children, Kailyn Washburn, Kaleb Fox and Jayse Fox; his sisters, Kalie Jo Gardner of Castile and Paisley Taylor of Leicester; his brother, Ethan Taylor of Castile; maternal grandmother, Sandra (Dale) Page of Florida; maternal grandfather, Michael J. Fox of Castile; paternal grandmother, Laurel Lee of Silver Springs; uncles, Michael (Rachel) Fox of Bliss, Billy Fox of Gainesville; aunts, Kristy Sibley of Rochester, Stacy (Jake) Sumeriski of Castile and his extended family.

Friends may call Wednesday, February 19 from 2:30 – 5:30 PM at the Robinson & Hackemer Funeral Home, 246 N. Main St., Warsaw where Dylan’s memorial service will be held immediately following visitation at 5:30. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the family for the benefit of Dylan’s children.

Important Dates

February 19, 2020 : Calling hours for Dylan M. Fox - 2:30 PM to 5:30 PM

February 19, 2020 : Memorial service for Dylan M. Fox - 5:30 PM

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Feb 20.20 from Tracee Page:

Dylan, when I met you you were this wild and crazy kid who had been in love with Bec since you were 12. You finally won her over with your quick whit, sense of humor and the light you brought to her and your kids lives. You worked so hard to better yourself, you grew up and we’re making a life for you guys. I am completely in shock right now. My heart hurts for everyone who knew you, you were loved by so many. Life just isn’t fair sometimes. I’d say rest easy but thats not how you do things. Take care up there.

Feb 19.20 from Kelsey Cassidy:

Lots of love to the family. Dylan was and always will be a part of the crazy Cassidy family. We love you buddy. Stay good kid.

Feb 19.20 from kim a costello:

oh dylan what can i say buddy ,i will think of you often and you will forever be in my heart. my last memory of you is in walmart at xmas picking out cheese the look on your face willo always be in my mind ,, love you forever buddy!!

Feb 19.20 from Thomas and Linda Cassidy:

Love and strength to all family. All the good memories of Dylan will help today. ❤️

Feb 18.20 from Shane Ames :

This doesn’t seem real. I still remember you running around playing, calling me bubba, coming over every weekend to hang out. I will always remember those times

Feb 18.20 from Shane Tisdale:

Dylan it’s been almost a week and my heart is still heavy. You were always so funny and a hard worker willing to help anyone. Helping me in the pouring rain till dark blacking in a roof just because you knew I needed help. I really enjoyed our talks at them moments and that’s when I realized how much you had grown. You were excited about your future. You had the girl of your dreams and 3 kids you loved whole heartedly. Talking about the things you did with them and the things you wanted to do with them. And knowing you’d be able to provide for them because you were working to take over the business. I’m so sorry you wont be hear to see some of them dreams complete but so happy you were able to have some of your dreams come true before you left. We will all miss you but remember the many ways you touched us all. Till we meet again

Feb 18.20 from Pam Berry:

I was very sorry to hear about Dylan. Although I didn’t know Him personally my heart goes out to everyone. A couple of winters or ago I was outside struggling to shovel my way out he and his son stopped on their way to Laurel’s and helped me. It was a very kind gesture that I haven’t forgotten.

Feb 18.20 from Valarie Eisenhauer:

I’ve this family for a very long time.  I’m so proud of Dylan and what he accomplished in
His short time on earth. May you find peace now.

Feb 18.20 from Dan Forrester:

My heart breaks for his children. I drove Dylan many times home from School. He has been to my home a few times, and we often seen each other out & about. He was a good kid who always showed respect towards me. He will be sadly missed by this guy. May your memories of Dylan comfort you to know he touched so many in such a short time. God Bless his family

Feb 18.20 from Cathy Christopher:

Tina my heart breaks for you. I pray for you and your family. I hope knowing Dylan is with GOD is some comfort for you. God Bless you. Love Cathy 💔🙏❤

Feb 17.20 from Joseph Raymond:

Growing up with you was great man the memories we have a great you were a true friend we all love and miss you brother. I’ll see you again one day Dylan rest easy buddy

Feb 17.20 from Hanna:

When I got that phone call I couldn’t believe it. I just seen you a week ago. I will never forget everything you did for me when I was being a stupid rebellious kid. You’ll be forever in my heart Dylan.

Feb 17.20 from Carleigh Minor:

There’s so many situations in this world when such awful things happen and this is one of them. When I received that phone call I couldn’t believe what I heard, you were such an amazing person. So many hearts are heavy during this time, I’m sorry it had to end this way. Do your thing up there Dyl, until we met again.
-Carleigh

Feb 17.20 from John Townley and Family:

His heart was the size of the oceans. You will forever be in our hearts and minds. We love you Dylan, Becca, Kailyn, Kaleb, and Jayse.

Feb 17.20 from Coreen Snyder:

Tina and family. I am so very sorry for your loss. You know what I went through with Brian and I cant even image the hole in your heart. You are a strong person. Keep happy memories. Prayers.

Feb 17.20 from Mark Washburn:

You will be missed brother. Many good times and memories. I’ll miss the funny stories and many adventures. Till we meet again.

Feb 17.20 from Holly Townley:

We are so sorry for your loss of Dylan. You all are in our prayers. Although we just met you over this past summer at John (Sully)& Pattie’s house. You were a pretty cool guy with a beautiful family. R.I.P. Dylan.
            Jim & Holly Townley

Feb 17.20 from Art and Linda Demers:

Mike,sorry to hear of your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Feb 17.20 from Steve & Deanna:

We are so sorry to hear about Dylan.  Our thoughts are with the family.