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Querhammer & Flagg Funeral Home

500 West Terra Cotta Ave, Crystal Lake, IL

OBITUARY

Dylan Wetzel

September 16, 1991June 1, 2020
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Dylan Paul Wetzel, 28, passed away on June 1, 2020 in Crystal Lake, IL. He was the beloved son of Eric and Teri Wetzel. He was the loving brother of Brittany (Kyle) Foundry. He was the cherished grandson of Don and Linda Alberts and Gregg Amundson. He was the Godson of Dan Tomaschko and Suzie Petronzi. Dylan was a nephew, cousin, and a friend to all. Preceded in death by his grandparents: Paul and Barbara Wetzel and Marty Amundson.

Dylan lived his life by brightening each room he entered, always leaving his loved ones with a smile on their faces. He dreamed of making a difference in the business world, enjoyed outdoor concerts with his friends, was an avid golfer and a sports enthusiast, on and off the field. He always found an aspect of “home” in his favorite team, the Minnesota Vikings.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to The Thielen Foundation (www.thielenfoundation.org), a foundation that aims to empower youth to reach their full potential or NAMI Chicago (www.namichicago.org), a local chapter of a nationwide organization that is actively working to stop the stigma around matters of mental health.

A Facebook Live Streaming Service is scheduled for Saturday, June 13, 2020 at 1pm, on the Querhammer & Flagg Facebook Page. In honor of Dylan, a social distancing drive through Celebration for family and friends will be available from 1:45pm - 3pm at Querhammer and Flagg Funeral Home. All guests paying their respects are asked to remain in their cars at all times while in line at the funeral home and follow signage in the funeral home parking lot. The Family invites you to leave a favorite photo or memory by visiting www.mem.com/09206156. For information call the Funeral Home at (815) 459-1760.

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  • He was the beloved son of Eric and Teri Wetzel. He was the loving brother of Brittany (Kyle) Foundry. He was the cherished grandson of Don and Linda Alberts and Gregg Amundson. He was the Godson of Dan Tomaschko and Suzie Petronzi. Dylan was a nephew, cousin, and a friend to all. Preceded in death by his grandparents: Paul and Barbara Wetzel and Marty Amundson.

Services

  • Facebook Live Streaming Service

    Saturday, June 13, 2020

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  • Social Distancing Drive Through

    Saturday, June 13, 2020

Memories

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Mike Supalo

June 16, 2020

I’m so sorry for your loss. My deepest condolences to you during this time.

Samantha Gutz

June 13, 2020

Teri, my heart is with you, I am so very sorry for your loss. Sending you all my love and heartfelt condolences.
Sam

Dee Case

June 13, 2020

Eric, Teri, Brittany & the entire Wetzel Family -

My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. May your memories of Dylan help you find solace and comfort in the days ahead.

Dee Case



Fred Gehrig

June 13, 2020

Dear Teri, Eric and Brittany,
I was so saddened to hear the news of Dylan's passing. I fondly remember the whole Wetzel family on Barlina ave. and when I think of Dylan I can still see that impressive young man who always seemed to have a smile on his face and a laugh in his heart. I'm so sorry for your loss and you remain in my thoughts and prayers!

Fred Gehrig

Joanne Wilkinson

June 13, 2020

So sad to hear this news. You are a wonderful family, who is beloved by so many. I only met Dylan once or twice, but I thought he was a terrific person. His memory will live on

Cynthia Chow

June 13, 2020

Teri and Eric,

I hope the love and support of family and friends will comfort you during this difficult time. I will keep you close in thoughts and prayers so you can continue to draw strength in remembering all the good memories of Dylan.

Cynthia

Will & Jennifer Alberts

June 13, 2020

To our loving nephew there is no way we are able to pick just one memory there are so many we were very lucky to be a part of. Football games, birthdays, holidays, shared love of the Cubs and DMB or just the occasional Sunday night family dinner. We feel very special for having you in our lives and will miss you very much.

P.S. Who in the hell is going to clear the table now... You will forever be in our hearts.

Ryan Idstein

June 13, 2020

It's crazy how time flies. I met Dylan in the 3rd grade playing Raiders football. We shared a lot of great memories together and I am very saddened that it has come to an end. It was an honor to be Dylan's friend and his memory will never be forgotten.

Mike and Marilyn Knilans

June 13, 2020

Eric, Teri, and Brittany,
Peace be with you.
Your loss saddens us. We wish the Knilans clan was not so geographically separated. We deeply regret that our age group and pandemic travel uncertainties make it unwise for us to visit at this time.
We are praying for you.

Mike, Marilyn, and family

Celine Duguet

June 13, 2020

Little guy running in the driveway, dominica way, when I first arrived...wanted to bulk up for football...drove the french train ... Crabby because of "Brinnie"...
Saw how he grew up and became a man, with the same smile on his face...
Je t'aime Mon Pote

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