Dylan Charles Boulet

Born: Tue., Feb. 1, 1994
Died: Sun., Mar. 8, 2020


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Dylan Charles Boulet came into this world as a perfect angel on February 1, 1994 and took possession of his wings on March 8, 2020.

He leaves behind his parents, Deborah Boulet and Eric Nickse.  
His siblings, Bill T. Boulet, Crystal-Rose Boulet, and Erick C. Boulet.
His grandparents, Dolores Boulet and Henry St. John, Jr.  
His Aunts and Uncles, Daniel Boulet and his wife Sherri, Gail and David Hantman, Karl and Linda Nickse, and Jo-Ann Brown-Nickse.
His great-Aunts, Janet Stimac, Dorothy Lewis, JoAnn and David Langlois and numerous cousins.
Dylan had too many special friends to mention individually but he considered them all to be his brothers and sisters and therefore are part of our family.
Dylan was predeceased by his grandfather Dennis Boulet and great grandparents Gerard And Rose (St. Germain) Vezina.  He was also predeceased by his beloved cat Ms. Kitty and dogs Bear and Maddie.

Dylan attended High School at Quinnebaug Middle College.  He then continued his education at Porter and Chester Institute where he proudly graduated in the field of HVAC.

Dylan touched/hugged everyone one of us in his own very special way as well as graced us with his contagious laughter.  He was an amazing artist and loved skateboarding and covered many miles on four wheels. Dylan was fiercely loyal to his family and loved any animal he encountered.  

Even though our hearts are truly aching, we now and forever have a piece of Dylan in our hearts as he has touched the lives of everyone that was blessed to have met him.  Our love will go "To Infinity and Beyond".

In lieu of flowers please share your special memories of Dylan with his family in c/o Dolores Boulet 23 South Street Plainfield, CT 06374.

Services will be held at a later date.

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Gail and David Hantman
   Posted Mon March 16, 2020
David and I are filled with disbelief and sorrow and pain for the entire family. We have fond memories of him as a young boy .. always so handsome, helpful, polite and kind. There are no answers as to “why now” only a deep belief and trust that he is in a better place, welcomed into heaven with all the other angels. He is watching over us all and we can honor him by doing our best with this life on earth and live it with knowledge that HE is there with Dylan and we will all meet again in our time. Love and prayers to all.

McRob
   Posted Mon March 16, 2020
Thank you Dylan,

I always felt like I owed you one. You helped me out in a time where I was in a lot of pain. I don’t know if I ever got a chance to tell you how much some of our conversations really affected and meant to me. You were someone I looked up to behind the scenes, and you reminded me I'm not alone and that this world is crazy, that it wasn't me. You were one of those people I felt saw what I was really about. Ill never ever forget you. Im always going to be thankful I even got the chance to meet you. Forever blasting music in public, and yelling whoop whoop in jewett city. May you watch over all of us. RIP

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