Dylan James Nahorney, 24, of Saskatoon, passed away on January 6, 2022 at home.
Funeral services will be held at 1:00 pm Saturday January 15, 2022 at 3339 Centennial Drive St. Patrick Catholic Parish, with Rev. David Tumback officiating. For anyone unable to attend the service in person, a livestream link has been set up . https://youtu.be/hZ5l3uXvLkc
Dylan was born in Saskatoon to Frederick and Elizabeth Nahorney on September 8, 1997. He went to elementary school at Bishop Roborecki, and Father Vachon, and High School at Bethlehem Catholic, and Bishop Murray. He worked as a laborer for his dad’s flooring business, a laborer for Thomas Construction, and most recently at Armtec.
Dylan was the light of many lives, and did his best to make everyone around him happy. His friends, were his life and his life was his friends. If anyone needed anything at any time he would be there to lend a hand or be the shoulder to cry on.
Dylan is survived by his parents, Fred and Liz, his brother Alexander, and his sisters Julia (of Saskatoon), and Megan Frieberg (of Vancouver, BC.)
The family of Dylan wishes to extend our sincere thanks to all those who have reached out with their kind words and support, and to the officers, ambulance attendants, and all who took such great care with us and the treatment of our son.
“I’d like the memory of me to be a happy one.
I’d like to leave an afterglow of smiles when life is done.
I’d like to leave an echo of whispering softly down the ways.
Of happy times and laughing times and bright and sunny days.
I’d like the tears of those who grieve, to dry before the sun:
Of happy memories that I leave when life is done.”
-Helen Lowrie Marshall`
In the midst of a very dark time in my life, Dyl never failed to put a REAL smile on my face. As an addict, pretending to be happy is a skill that I have mastered, but around him, I didn’t have to pretend. He truly was a light in the darkness. My sincerest condolences, he will be missed greatly. He’s smiling down on us all.
You always had kind words, great laughter and, sweet soul. Youre were one of the real ones. One who you could be yourself with. Thank you for blessing us with your
Dylan was one of the funniest people I’ve ever met. I’ll forever cherish the memories we’ve had growing up as they were never dull moments. My condolences go out to his family and friends who cared and loved him with everything they had.
Rest in peace, my dude!
Your struggle is over.
Always had a smile on his face , the memory’s I have with Dylan will last a life time , ❤️
Dylan was like a little brother to me. Everytime we hung out, he was always in the brightest of spirits, and he always knew how to make everyone laugh. He always lit up the room when he would walk in, and I will miss that. Gonna miss you Dylan, rest in paradise 🙏
Rest in Paradise Dylan.
Really was never a dull moment with you around ♡ my condolences to his family and friends ♡
Dylan was my best friend in the whole world and no one could ever come close to the crazy, caring person he was. I remember when we lived together for the first time and we got in a fight and he “moved out” for literally a few hours before coming back home cracking jokes and bringing me my favourite food. Not a day goes by that I don’t think about him and all the memories we shared. He was such a huge part of my life and always will be. My condolences to the family 💜 I know how much he loved you guys, he would always stress out so badly when he messed up and fought with you and always made it his top priority to make things right, especially so he could be around his siblings.. love you dyl, rest in peace 🥺