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Dylan Matthew

November 23, 1998 – August 5, 2021

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"We are honored to provide this Book of Memories to the family."
— Mueller Memorial Funeral and Cremation Services
"I’m truly lucky and most honored to have been somebody who had the privilege of meeting you , hanging out with you, laughing with you,..."
— Jay Lingerfelt
"Rest in peace Dylan I'll never forget that smile and the good-hearted miss you always had"
— Lori Cortez
"My heart goes out to your family, May God give them the strength they need to help get through this 🙏 "
— Krissy
"I know your mommy loved you and your family love you so much praying for the strength you keep an eye out on them"
— Sasha
"Long live Dylan Pacman. ♥️💯"
— Jacob
"I love you so much cuz! I hope your happy and joyful! I hope your up there with my mom, grandpa, fingy, and migo! You are not alone! I’m..."
— Kass and the boys
"I'm sure the Angel's were waiting for you at the gates!R.I.P"
— Charity
"Dear Dylan, I love you and I miss you so much. I’m at peace knowing your with Gram and she’s taking care of you now. You guys were..."
— Uncle Nick
"Love you Dylan!! You will never be forgotten..."
— Angela montoya

Obituary for Dylan Matthew Martinez

Dylan Matthew Martinez
Age 22 of St. Paul
Passed Away unexpectedly

Preceded in death by his grandma Sheila McDonough; grandpa Tacho Martinez; great-grandparents Ralph and Martha McDonough, Uncle Joel (Jojo) Magnuson and grandma Nancy Magnuson. Dylan is survived by parents Mary Rose (Rosie) Martinez, Charles Bougie, and Jesse Magnuson; siblings Haley, Charles Jr., Ayana, Guliana, Tajauhn, Tayviauhn, and Deangelo; aunts and uncles Stacie and Mike, Nick and Grace, Diana, Tacho, Bill and Sarah, and Chris; Grandparents Barb Bougie and Linda Swanda; closest friends Kendell and Wes and closest cousins Devon, Sophia and Riley among many others.
Dylan was a happy, fun, kind, and sweet young man. Dylan has always been playful and has loved kids. All kids that were in Dylan’s life are truly hurting and will forever miss Dylan.
In his childhood, he loved swimming, Star Wars, Power Rangers, scary movies, wrestling – especially WWE, and superheroes. Dylan loved toy guns and light sabers.
As Dylan got older, he started to play football. He was an amazing football player and played on many teams that traveled throughout the country.
Dylan was one of the sweetest, kindest, big-hearted, caring people on earth even though he wanted you to think otherwise. If you knew Dylan, you knew he was a teddy bear. Dylan spent most of his life very close to his Grandma Sheila. They shared a very special love and are in heaven together now to continue that bond. Dylan loved his dogs. Geronimo was his dog. Dylan got Geronimo in 2010 and loved him so very much. He also loved Lance and Roscoe and just about any other dog, but especially Geronimo.
Dylan loved rap music, especially Kevin Gates. Dylan loved history and he was very curious and always looked for a deeper meaning in life.
Dylan will be greatly missed and was truly loved by each and every person that knew him. We will miss Dylan’s calls and conversations about new movies, video games, and music. We pray that Dylan is at peace and he will live in our hearts forever.

First Visitation

When Monday, August 16th, 2021 4:00pm - 7:00pm
Mueller Memorial of St. Paul
835 Johnson Parkway
Saint Paul, MN 55106
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Second Visitation

When Tuesday, August 17th, 2021 9:30am - 10:30am
St. Pascal Baylon Catholic Church
1757 Conway Street
Saint Paul, MN 55106-5999
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Mass of Christian Burial Information

Tuesday, August 17th, 2021 10:30am
St. Pascal Baylon Catholic Church
1757 Conway Street
Saint Paul, MN 55106-5999