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Dylan Roberts

March 10, 1976 - March 29, 2018


April 07, 2018
11:30 AM - 12:00 PM

St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church

Memorial Service

April 07, 2018
- 12:00 PM

St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church


Boulger Funeral Home

Dylan Roberts

March 10, 1976 - March 29, 2018


Dylan Lee Roberts, 42, passed away on Thursday, March 29th, 2018 in his home in Eden Prairie, MN.

Dylan was born to Stephen and Lana (Johnson) Roberts in Montevideo, MN on March 10th, 1976. He attended school in Fargo, ND, where he played hockey and baseball. He was also a gifted artist and musician, discovering his talents for both at an early age. He graduated from Woodrow Wilson High School in 1994. He attended Moorhead State University where he studied art and anthropology. Dylan was a gentle soul and a free spirit who was always seeking out new experiences and adventures. He spent time travelling across the country, attending music festivals and attending concerts. Dylan was a deeply spiritual person, and he had an inner light that drew others to him. He was kind, generous, and full of gratitude. Dylan was blessed by the birth of his daughter, Kaliya Roberts, who was the greatest joy of his life. He enjoyed sharing with her his love of the outdoors, music, art, and travel.

Dylan was preceded in death by his grandparents, Henry and Betty(Goss) Roberts, and Edwin and Ferne (Dondelinger) Johnson; uncle Marc and aunt Renee Roberts; uncle Skip Johnson; cousins Josh Williams and Eric Boyd; and many friends.

Dylan is survived by his daughter, Kaliya Roberts, his parents Stephen and Lana Roberts, his brother Dustin (Valerie) Roberts, nephew Trent Roberts, and niece Elysia Roberts, a very large extended family, and many friends


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6 responses to “Dylan Roberts”

  1. Angie and Charlie Knapp says:

    Oh Steve and Lana, our hearts are breaking for you. I’ll never forget when Dylan was attending Woodrow Wilson, and Steve told me just before graduation, Dylan called Steve and said he was going to quit school and follow the Grateful Dead. And Steve said that was fine, but in the morning he would be reporting his van stolen. We have laughed about that for years including just a few weeks ago! Helps to remember the fun times…Hugs and prayers.

  2. Kim Schwandt says:

    I’m so very sorry for your loss. I haven’t seen Dylan in a lot of years but I remember his smile and laugh were always contagious.

  3. Diane Svaleson says:

    Lana and Steve, I am so sorry to see Dylan has passed. I am thinking of you during this difficult time! My heart breaks for you.

  4. Chris Lucht says:

    I used to play music with Dylan way back in the day. I was on drums and he played guitar and sang. We always had a blast whether we got together with other musicians or if it was just him and I. He was an absolute natural when it came to music. Those are great memories of my time with him that I will always hold on to.

  5. C Dawes says:

    My family and I are so sorry to read of the tragic, unexpected death of Dylan and send our deepest heartfelt sympathy. May your precious memories through the years and the future resurrection hope we share of seeing our loved ones again as our Lord Jesus promised at John 11:25, give you strength and comfort in the times ahead.
    With prayers,
    The Dawes family

  6. Karen Lucht says:

    Steve, Lana and Dustin, the loss of your son and brother is so heartbreaking. I cannot find the words to tell you how very sorry I am. Dylan was such a free spirit and talented in so many areas. Hold on to your precious and happy memories, they will be a great comfort.

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