It is with devastated hearts that the family of Dyllan Jesse Weaver announce his untimely death on Sunday November 1, 2020, at the age of 29.
A native son of Florida, Dyllan was born on August 4, 1991 and spent most of his growing years in Boca Raton with his ‘Gram’, Charlene Weaver. Dyllan found enjoyment as a child through art, skateboarding and camping with his family. Dyllan also spent time diving and fishing with his father Rob Weaver, exploring the reefs, and enjoying life. Dyllan’s family and friends gather each year in August at Spanish River Park in celebration of love and life.
As an accomplished welder, dangling from ropes not thick enough for the faint of heart, he welded atop the new Hard Rock guitar in Hollywood FL. You could also find Dyllan alongside dad on a remodeling job honing his many talents. Dyllan also worked with his ‘grandpa Dave’ Summers in the family business.
Dyllan's adventurous spirit and our own wanderlust was realized when he and life long friend Alyssa Epstein travelled cross country in a van outfitted by him and his dad. Dyllan was incredibly handy and was able to create whatever came to mind, his friends would call him Macweaver because he always figured out ways to solve problems like Macgyver. "Dyllan's creativity inspired others to think outside the box, he truly made such an impact on everyone's life."(Alyssa)
It is an understatement at how much Dyllan will be missed by all. With no effort, Dyllan brought happiness, smiles and laughter to those who met him. “Dyllan was the most fun, energetic, loving, and uplifting friend one could ever have. He was a rider. He rode boards, bikes, and most definitely the wave.” (CJ)
Dyllan’s spirit and real love for his countless friends will be forever endeared in their hearts. “Dyllan was a true brother and a great friend to all. The ‘Good Vibe Tribe’ became a thing because of you Dyllan Weaver. We are all better for knowing you, having you around brought joy to us all. Thank you for all the amazing times, being the person you are and for teaching us to be better people along the way.”
Dyllan is survived by his father Robert Weaver of Boca Raton FL, mother Tara Summers of Boca Raton FL, sister Tahlia Wilson of Boca Raton FL, grandparents Richard Weaver of Boynton Beach FL, Charlene Weaver of Stuart FL, David Summers of Boca Raton and Judy Summers of Delray Beach FL, and his French bulldog Cane, as well as numerous aunts, uncles and cousins across the United States. Dyllan will live on through a donation of his organs.
Services will take place Sat Nov 21 10:00 at Glick Funeral Home, 3600 N Fed Hwy, Boca Raton. Following services a celebration of life will take place at Rutherford Park 600 NE 24th St Boca Raton.
In lieu of flowers please make donation to Dyllan's Go Fund Me Page
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