Dylan Patrick Hynes

1993 – 2022


             The family of Dylan Patrick Hynes are heartbroken to announce his sudden passing at the age of 29 on the 2nd of June 2022, in his Fort McMurray home. Dylan was born in Hinton Alberta on February 20, 1993, to his loving parents John and Corinna.


              The youngest in the family, everyone’s favourite “Dyl Pickle”, was an extraordinary young man who lived his life leading by example. He enjoyed life to the fullest.  Cruising on his Harley, working on his truck, 4 wheeling, shooting, gaming, camping, and building Lego with and without his nephews and brothers.  His biggest passions in life were his family and friends.


                With his charismatic personality, he always left a lasting impression on everyone he met. He lived for adventure and the stories that came after. He will be remembered for his ability to cheer others up with his contagious smile, his unforgettable laugh, and his memorable stories. Dylan is loved by many.   


            From a young age Dylan always strove to be the best at whatever he put his mind to. From working in a kitchen to labouring, to becoming known as the best damn plumber around.  Always praised for his incredible work ethic and ambitious attitude, his skills made him an extraordinary tradesman. He took great pride in everything he did.


            Leaving to mourn his passing with fond and loving memories are his parents John (Mariefiel) and Corinna; stepfather Mark; siblings, Carlene (Calvin), Dustin (Laura) and Jorden (Lanilyn); Nieces and nephews, Isabella, Jackson, Kaden, Emma, and Cassandra; Grandparents Larry and Sharon; as well as countless other family members.  


A Visitation will be held on Friday June 10, 2022, from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM at Fort McMurray Funeral Home, 225 B MacDonald Cres,           Fort McMurray, Alberta.


A Celebration of Life will be held on Wednesday June 15, 2022, from 2:00 PM onwards at 114 Clenell Crest, Fort McMurray, Alberta.


Sad are the hearts that love you. Silent are the tears that fall. Living here without you, is the hardest part of all.