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December 10, 1994 ~ April 25, 2023 (age 28) 28 Years Old
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It is with the greatest sadness that we announce the sudden passing of our sweet Dylan Twigg on Tuesday, April 25, 2023, at the age of 28 years old at his home in Coalhurst.
Left to mourn his passing is his older brother, Riley Twigg; loving aunt and caregiver, Carolyn Twigg, and dear Grandparents Burton and Virna Many Fingers; paternal aunts and uncles, Geri Twigg, Bernadette Davis, Annette, Wayne (Tiffany), Clayton, Roxanne (Alfie), and Cory ‘Spic’ Twigg; maternal uncle and aunt, and Godparents, Andy and Nicole Many Fingers, along with numerous cousins who loved him dearly.
Dylan leaves us to lovingly return to the embrace of his parents Constable Sheldon and Kimberley Twigg, his sister, Lacey and niece, Brielle Twigg. He is also predeceased by his Paternal Grandparents, James and Celina Twigg, along with numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins.
Dylan was born in Lethbridge on December 10, 1994, to Constable Sheldon and Kimberley Twigg. The baby of the family, he grew up in the Lethbridge area, eventually moving to Coalhurst with his family. He attended school at Nicholas Sheran Elementary, Father Leonard Van Tighen and Catholic Central High School. He also attended various programs at the Ability Resource Centre, Peaks, and Quest.
Dylan was a very special soul, born with challenging needs, he brightened all those who knew him well. Dylan loved being mischievous, always taking things and putting them in different places. He also would find it funny to take his grandmother’s purse and walk around with it. Dylan loved drinking pop and would take opportunities to steal pop from his brother and aunt when they were not paying attention. He loved watching movies and eating popcorn, he also loved going to visit his grandparents where he would help with the animals, and loved going for drives to Waterton, Pincher Creek, and Fort Macleod to get hamburgers.
The family would like to send very special thank you to all those who provided him with loving care throughout his life, Coleman Twigg, Sadie Many Fingers, Sally and Sandy Big Throat, Naomi Shade, Keelie Scout, Desirae Auger, the late Josh Twigg and Yolanda Alexander. We cannot tell you how much your kindness and care for Dylan has meant.
Dylan lived a quiet life filled with love from his family. He had a very silly nature which kept those around him smiling and laughing, he especially loved showing off his new haircuts and being called handsome. Those who knew him will always remember his kind, beautiful smile, and bright eyes that would light up the darkest room. Our angel on earth, now lovingly in the arms of his parents.