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“Dylan was always like a little brother to me. He always wanted to be a part of what my friends and I were doing. He rescued me on a couple of...Read More »
1 of 7 | Posted by: Kathryn Angers - Reno, NV

“He sat at my table many a days & nights. Funny, but, quiet, and a very loving kid. It was MY pleasure to have known him. Him and his Raccoon. I...Read More »
2 of 7 | Posted by: Sandi Carusone - Norton, MA

“There are no words except we are sorry for your enormous loss.Our sincere sympathy to the entire Spender family and Dylans many friends cdynt ”
3 of 7 | Posted by: Christine& Skip Baker - Plymouth, NH

“So sorry good kid only met him a few times with his Gramp. They did a tree for us. Im So Sorry for your loss .he is with god now and he will guide...Read More »
4 of 7 | Posted by: Holmes Ron Ron

“The Dragonfly StoryIn the bottom of an old pond lived some grubs who could not understand why none of their group ever came back after crawling up...Read More »
5 of 7 | Posted by: Kimberly Volunteer of the Dragonfly Project - MN

“So sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers for your family. ”
6 of 7 | Posted by: Kristen Nagobads

“Heartfelt and Deepest sympathy to all! ”
7 of 7 | Posted by: Priscilla and Philip Thomas - MA

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EASTON----With deepest sorrow we announce that Dylan M. Spender, age 25, our most beloved son, brother and friend passed away suddenly on Saturday, October 23, 2021.

Survived by his mother Dawn M. Tower of Norton, his father Paul Spender, Jr. and his companion Kristinn Gerra of Easton, his brothers Travis Spender of Norton, Jacob Toth and Joshua Godfrey both of Easton, paternal grandparents Ruth and Paul Spender Sr., of Sharon, maternal grandmother Janice Tower, of Norton, his Aunt Wendy (Jay) Fortier, Uncle Jeremy (Denise) Spender and many cousins.

Dylan was a life-long resident of Easton graduating in 2014 from Southeastern Regional Technical High School. He later went on to work in the family business at Sharon Tree Service.

Those who knew Dylan would tell you he always had a smile on his face, hat on his head and work boots on his feet. He liked spending time hanging out at the shop working on his truck, fixing things in the garage with his dad or maintaining machinery at work with his grandfather and uncle. He also enjoyed being with his family and friends sitting by the fire, riding quads, canoeing the Saco, camping in Maine, listening to music loudly, but mostly, just being with those who loved him. According to his brothers his second most favorite thing to do would be to make funny jokes, annoy, pick on, and just be goofy with each other and their friends. One thing we all know about Dylan is that you could always count on him to make you laugh. Dylan will be missed terribly by all that knew him.

The Spender family welcomes you to a Celebration of Dylan's life on Saturday November 6th at the Chateau Restaurant in Norton from 11am-3pm. In memory of Dylan's love of animals and the outdoors consider donating to the MSPCA at or by planting a tree in his memory at