Dylan Natole, 32, of Bellevue passed away Sunday, March 21, 2021 in Bellevue. He was born September 11, 1988 in Bellevue the son of Kelly and Bill Baptista and Kevin Natole.
Dylan is survived by the love of his life, longtime partner and mother to his children, Leah Mira and their two children, Sunday Rose and Honor Joseph; his mother, Kelly (Bill) Baptista; father, Kevin Natole; brothers, Jason Natole, Dawson Reidy, and Devin Natole; along with numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, & nephews.
Dylan had so much love for the family that he and Leah created together. He loved Sunday, Honor and Leah with such profound affection. As a family, they loved outings and trips, creating music and art, games, books and movies, Target Runs and Coffee Ice Cream. Dylan especially loved reading and singing with Sunday, and building Legos and creating projects with Honor. Dylan loved meaningful, in depth and silly conversations with his children. Always giving them confidence to be true to themselves. He loved living his life with Leah, spending time together on date nights, thrift shopping, DIY projects and concerts.
Dylan was a graduate of Bellevue High School. He was a talented musician singing and playing guitar to original work and covers alike. He also enjoyed watching sports, especially getting his heart broke on Sunday's by the Cleveland Browns, watching UFC, and more recently NCAA wrestling. Dylan loved his family and friends and was good at encouraging others to be their true selves.
Dylan was grateful for his mothers unending love for him and her and Bill's support through the good and difficult times. Dylan, his Mom and Bill loved going to Cleveland to watch the Browns play.
He is preceded in death by his sister, Kacie Natole; grandparents, Joe and Tina Natole, George and Jean Smith.
Friends will be received on Monday, March 29, 2021 from 4-8 p.m. at Foos & Foos Funeral Service, 151 Yorkshire Place, Bellevue. A funeral service officiated by Pastor Justin Jump will begin on Tuesday, March 30 at Noon at First United Methodist Church, 901 Northwest Street, Bellevue.
He cherished and adored his two children, Sunday and Honor
Memorials may be made to the Dylan Natole Memorial Fund located at Firelands Federal Credit Union in Bellevue.
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