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“It's been a couple years, but I can still feel Dylan's absence from my life. It's sad how we don't realize how much people mean to us until it's too...Read More »
1 of 49 | Posted by: Brittney Brosh - Georgetown, TX

“Claudia, I pray that, on this day, the Lord embraces you, shows you his love and comforts you. I know Dylan is looking over you and protecting you...Read More »
2 of 49 | Posted by: Veronica - Georgetown, TX

“The year has passed by but the pain of his loss is felt just as though it were today. ”
3 of 49 | Posted by: Betty Glaser - Round Rock, TX

“Claudia, we were deeply saddened for the loss of Dylan and will be keeping you and your family in our thoughts and prayers. We pray that you will be...Read More »
4 of 49 | Posted by: David McCord - and the RDA gang - TX

“I so sorry for your loss. I pray the Lord gives you peace and comfort in your heart knowing your boy is with God. Hugs ny freind ”
5 of 49 | Posted by: Joann Dady - Georgetown, TX

“Dylan has his mother's smile that you can see in their eyes and lights up the whole room. I remember chatting with him when he was little and I was...Read More »
6 of 49 | Posted by: Rosalie Consiglio - MD

“Claudia, My deepest sympathy! I recall when I was a client of yours in Georgetown how you shared with me how Dylan was doing in school and what...Read More »
7 of 49 | Posted by: Judy Whitfield - Leander, TX

“I can't believe you're gone , it was a blast hanging out with you && briana at school , you we're always there for me when I needed someone to talk...Read More »
8 of 49 | Posted by: Jozett Willoughby - Georgetown, TX

“Dylan you were so great and you always called me tameme , you will be greatly missed ! ”
9 of 49 | Posted by: Tameiya Love - Georgetown, TX

“Dylan words cannot express how much I'm going to miss seeing your face every single B day & also during all the little surprise visits you would do....Read More »
10 of 49 | Posted by: Michelle Piland - Round Rock, TX

“Dylan is one of the nicest people I've ever met. I'll never stop missing him. ”
11 of 49 | Posted by: Matthew - friend

“Dylan was a loving boy, always with a twinkle in his eyes and a cute smile. We always enjoyed the holidays we shared with him. Picking out Snoopy,...Read More »
12 of 49 | Posted by: Ruth Klein - Plano, TX

“Dylan, we will always remember you. I pray that your family finds comfort in God's embrace. A hug was the last thing that I got from you and that...Read More »
13 of 49 | Posted by: Veronica - Georgetown, TX

“Dylan was one of the first friends I made in Georgetown when I moved here in first grade, and he's been a great friend ever since. I will cherish my...Read More »
14 of 49 | Posted by: Veronica - Georgetown - Friend

“Claudia, I'm so, so sorry for the loss of your son Dylan. I can recall all those times we discussed Dylan over the years as he and my son Stephen...Read More »
15 of 49 | Posted by: Irma Tejeda - Georgetown, TX

“Dylan, me and you never fully met. But I do remember one thing. I remember it was my 8th grade year and it was middle school night at one of the east...Read More »
16 of 49 | Posted by: Denae DeLaFuente - georgetown, TX

“Dylan - I remember telling your Mother that you had a street named after you "Pickle" in Georgetown and we laughed at the thought - so Pickle will...Read More »
17 of 49 | Posted by: Judie Patterson & son Conrad Horst - TX

“Claudia, my deepest condolences for you and your family. I pray for grace from almighty God for you and your family and that you would sense His...Read More »
18 of 49 | Posted by: Rodi Planck - Madison, CT

“im going to miss you so much, you will forever have a place in my heart. fly high and rest easy dylan. ”
19 of 49 | Posted by: victoria zelaya - Georgetown, TX

“Claudia, we are in prayer for you and your family over this devastating loss. Our hearts are broken for you and we pray that God will grace you with...Read More »
20 of 49 | Posted by: Becky & Ronny McCormick

“I miss you so much pickle! I will forever remember all the fun times we had. Thank you for being such an awesome friend! I love you forever and...Read More »
21 of 49 | Posted by: Quanetria - Georgetown, TX

“My condolences to all the family, specially his parents stay strong. I didn't know him but he seemed like ah great person ”
22 of 49 | Posted by: Jackie - georgetown, TX

“Life brings tears, smiles, and memories. The tears dry, the smile fades, but the memories live on forever. With heartfelt sympathy to Dylan's family....Read More »
23 of 49 | Posted by: Ms. Pienaar - Georgetown, TX

“My son Dominic shared that Dylan always brought laughter during their lunchtime together. He had a smile that he'll always remember. Dominic will...Read More »
24 of 49 | Posted by: Victoria Young - Georgetown, TX

“Dear precious Claudia and family,My heart hurts for you in your loss. Many prayers surround you. May the peace and comfort of the Lord give you...Read More »
25 of 49 | Posted by: Judy Lester - Georgetown, TX

“I offer my deepest condolences, love and support to you all at this time and always. ”
26 of 49 | Posted by: Betty Glaser - Round Rock, TX

“My prayers are with you. So very sorry for your loss. He was a great kid. May God hold you in His arms and comfort you. ”
27 of 49 | Posted by: Susan K. Hilgeman Moreno

“I have memories of "PICKLE" to remind me to not do things. I miss the kids and you, too, Claudia. ”
28 of 49 | Posted by: Joan Keith - Georgetown, TX

“why must you do this you caused so much attention to be onyours self and it makes me sad im am sorry dylan lowes i will never shop at your store...Read More »
29 of 49 | Posted by: Frarker - Abunkunzui, WY

“RIP my friend. You will be missed. ”
30 of 49 | Posted by: Cheyanne - geogetown, TX

“Chris is a band member and friend. ”
31 of 49 | Posted by: The Moorhead Family

“Praying for you guys in this hard time. I never got to meet Dylan but heard several wonderful stories about him from Jackie! ”
32 of 49 | Posted by: Alice Harper - Kansas City, KS

“We are so grateful for having the pleasure of knowing Dylan. We will tremendously miss his beautiful and caring personality. Dylan always had a huge...Read More »
33 of 49 | Posted by: Thomas, Brenda & Ashlynn Jones

“Everyone copes differently, some cry for the loss of a loved one others smile because they know they'll see them again. ”
34 of 49 | Posted by: Al Netterblad

“I chaperoned Dylan's band bus this football season, and just that small time being around him was enough to make anyone fond of him. He always had a...Read More »
35 of 49 | Posted by: Shauna - Band Mom

“Our heartfelt sympathies to Dylan's family and friends. Claudia's face would light up each time she spoke about Dylan and his love of playing in the...Read More »
36 of 49 | Posted by: Wayne & Debby Hall - austin, TX

“Dylan was a highlight of our 5th period English class. Yesterday, the students decided that no one would ever be allowed to sit in his desk and they...Read More »
37 of 49 | Posted by: Mrs. Tamara Scholtz - Round Rock, TX

“I was able to meet Dylan when visiting my Grandson, Sean. He was such a nice young man. I know Sean will miss him as you all will. Our love and...Read More »
38 of 49 | Posted by: Darlene - Poteet, TX - Friend

“Dylan you will always be with us in the memories from the day you were born and in our eyes became a nephew/son to us. I will always remember the...Read More »
39 of 49 | Posted by: Juanita Hill - Georgetown, TX

“Dylan brought with him a light with his smile. He cared so much about others and gave the best hugs. I have not got to see him much the last few...Read More »
40 of 49 | Posted by: Joy - Georgetown, TX

“You will be dearly missed Pickle. Dalton, Dylan and I will keep our memories close to our heart of all those play dates when you guys were so little....Read More »
41 of 49 | Posted by: Colby Leigh Cotton - Lakeway, TX

“I remember seeing Dylan at band events, and he was always so jovial and everyone's best friend. I was so touched that he and his grandmother came...Read More »
42 of 49 | Posted by: Camarie Perry - Georgetown, TX

“It will always be Christmas, and Dylan will be at our front door, favorite toy in hand, wanting to know what Santa brought all of us, and wanting to...Read More »
43 of 49 | Posted by: guidici - Georgetown, TX

“Dylan,You had such a kind beautiful heart. You had a way of making everyone you knew feel special. I will always remember your infectious spirit at...Read More »
44 of 49 | Posted by: Sherri Young - Georgetown, TX

“Dylan was one of the sweetest young men that I had the pleasure of getting to know this year. He had the greatest smiles. I will miss him leading the...Read More »
45 of 49 | Posted by: LaShell Bartholow - Georgetown, TX

“Sweet sweet Dylan. I will never forget you awesome smile and infectious personality. I will miss your hugs. ”
46 of 49 | Posted by: Jane Trainor - Georgetown, TX

“Dylan, I will miss your smile and the hug you had for me every time we crossed paths. I would challenge all of Dylan's friends to reflect his...Read More »
47 of 49 | Posted by: Mrs. Janowski - Georgetown, TX

“Your family is in our thoughts and prayers. Brittney has fond memories of Dylan, and will be missed. ”
48 of 49 | Posted by: Nicole Brosh - Georgetown, TX

“Your family will remain in my prayers. My daughter Andrea will never forget him. ”
49 of 49 | Posted by: Leslie Vazquez - Georgetown, TX

The light of the universe has dimmed with the passing of Dylan Scott Lowe, 17, of Georgetown, Texas. He passed away on March 24, 2015. Dylan was an Eastview High School band member and a budding composer.

Dylan is survived by his mother, Claudia Ardolino; father, Gregory Lowe; brother, Morgan Ardolino and his fiancé Ashley Stahl; grandmother, June Bakutis; grandfather, Joseph Ardolino; great grandmother, Wanda Bakutis; uncles: Martin Ardolino and Adam Ardolino; and his aunt, Sabona Schmidt.

Dylan had a love for all and a goal of working with animals. He took his true place in Heaven, as our guardian angel and will always be remembered as our earth angel. Dylan was the best traveling companion. He traveled since he was 5 years old. He enjoyed visiting relatives in Connecticut, Massachusetts, North Carolina, Iowa and Virginia. Together Dylan loved driving on the Natchez Trade Parkway along with a love for the Big Bend National Park. Weekends were always enjoyable at the Canyon of the Eagles and taking a ride on the Vanishing River Cruise. A favorite destination was NYC, where Dylan enjoyed Central Park and all of the major attractions in the Big Apple. It was at the infamous Niagara Falls, that he could feel the energy and power of natural splendor. The Renaissance Festivals were also among our travel locations that Dylan enjoyed attending.

Dylan was loved as a son, brother and friend. He meant a lot to all, but he meant the world to us. Part of being brothers was our shared laughter, tears and secrets. Those will fade, but the memories we had together will be with us until our last breath.

Dylan was preceded in death by his grandmother, Bonnie Lowe; aunt, Suzanne Lowe; and great grandfather, George Bakutis.

Memorials may be made in his memory to the Dylan Lowe memorial fund at First Texas Bank no. 890236.

A Memorial Service will be held Saturday, March 28, 2015 at 2:00 P.M. in the Chapel of Ramsey Funeral Home with a Reception immediately following the service. A Memorial Mass will be held on Saturday evening March 28, 2015 at 7:00 P.M. at St. Helen Catholic Church.

You may share a message or memory in the online memorial guestbook at www.RamseyFuneral.com.

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