Isaiah Dillon

13-Mar-2003 - 12-Sep-2022

Obituary Overview

Isaiah Joseph Dillon

It is with the heaviest of hearts that we announce the sudden passing away of Isaiah on September 12, 2022 in his 20th year. Isaiah is reunited in heaven with his father Richard Dillon. Isaiah’s deep love of his family will be forever cherished by his mother Kristina, siblings Anthony & Tia-Marie, his grandparents Teresa & Phillip Albert and Jennifer and Claude. Aunts Abby, Asha, & Nicola, Uncles Phillip, Matthew, & Hasani and by cousins Ariana, Maiya, Ezekarie, David-Theodore, Andrew, Olivia, Brianna, Kendra, Kiera, Matteo, Mason, Sophie, Maya, Lucas and Sara.

Isaiah was an old soul who was loyal to the core, loved to make people laugh, adored good food, was a leader with a kind and open heart who would do anything for those he loved. Isaiah left a lasting mark on all those who met him and will be forever remembered by his friends Fardusa, Kahleel, Krisztian, Shea, Sonu, Oneil, Liam, Jassar, AJ, JV, Rand, Eden, Hadi, Fadi, Taivon, Shayan, Keijon, Ethan, Tahir, Yassin, Ryaan and many more.

Isaiah’s family will receive friends at Laidlaw Memorial United Church (155 Ottawa St. N) for a time of visitation on Wednesday, September 21 from 11 am – 1 pm with a funeral service to follow immediately after. Interment will take place at Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens (700 Chapel Hill Rd.)  following Isaiah’s ceremony.

For those who wish to view the ceremony via livestream, please visit the link below.
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Isaiah Dillon

Funeral Details

  • Visitation

    Laidlaw United Church

    Event Times:

    21-Sep-2022 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM

  • Funeral Service

    Laidlaw United Church

    Event Times:

    21-Sep-2022 1:00 PM - 1:45 PM

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Isaiah Dillon

Posted by Natalie Ngo | 09-Jul-2023

I met Izzy at the grade nine dance. He stole my bag and made me chase him around the school for it. It was endless picking on each other after that. He was one of my first friends when moving to Ontario. Isiah was bright, funny, loving and kind. He has never failed to be there on rainy days and even the sunniest days he was there to see me shine. I carried him through civics and careers because I knew if I was passing he was too. He showed me loyalty like no one ever has. The love he had for his boys and his family has showed me that love is not only blood. He was younger than me in age but older in soul. He made a home for me and my nephews during the summer days at the circle. He was the one to encourage me to play basketball and get out more. I remember the late nights and early mornings I’d need a shoulder to cry on and he was always ready to get picked up and get food to talk. He’s taught me many life lessons and has been there for me through my toughest times in high school and after. Im grateful to have had an angel in my life. I love you Izzy and miss you more everyday.

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