Demaine Funeral Home – Fairfax

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Alexander Dylan PIETTE

September 29, 1988November 3, 2019

Alexander Dylan PIETTE was born on September 29, 1988 and passed away on November 3, 2019.


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Alexander Dylan PIETTE

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Barbara L

November 8, 2019

Alex... rest easy .. you had a kind spirit and a welcoming way about you... we crossed paths briefly but you left an indelible mark on me.. I wish I could understand why you left us so soon ... to your family I send my condolences and wish them peace and that memories comfort them... til we meet again ...

Ashley Spiess

November 8, 2019


I can’t believe you are gone. You were my brother, my friend, my mischievous adventurer and the wittiest person I knew. Your smile was flawless, your laugh contagious and deep down you had the kindest heart of all. Although we were all family and my sisters would tag along, I felt like we always had a special bond that even some days was fulfilled just sitting together in silence. We sang all the words to smash mouth, we adventured together skiing and hiking and who could forget that river outback where we would tube all day. Who knows the tab we would have racked up with all the Coke’s we stole from the lodge fridge. You were a bright spot in my childhood and a pure golden friend.

I’m so sorry life distanced us. I wish we saw each other more. I wish we could go back to Cheat Mountain just one last time. But that place will forever remind me of you and the laughter and joy you brought to my life I’ll never ever forget. I love you brother of mine.

K Christophe

November 7, 2019

Though I didn’t know Alex as long and as well as many others, he was such a kind sweet bright light- and treasure to be around and has filled my life with smiles over the past few years. I adored this boy, and once gave him a 5 minute painting I painted of him one Saturday Morning at Starbucks. My heart is broken for myself, his closest friends but especially for his family. He was such an old soul and those who knew him were very lucky ones. Sending very large prayers to his family. Please know he was and will always be a bright light in our lives. You’d never hear one unkind word about him. He was very very loved and will be very very missed by us all.

Abby Roman

November 7, 2019

My dearest Alex, you were such an amazing soul. You brightened up a room just by walking in it. Your sense of humor was always contagious. I remember when we would go to Cheat Mountain Club all together just about every year, it was always so fun because you were there. You were the closest thing we had to a big brother and even though we may have lost contact, you are always my family. I am so grateful for the times that we had. I remember when we were skiing and Ashley and I were with you and your dad and your dad started saying in Steve Irwin's voice "If you listen closely you can hear the cries of Allie Wallace in the background", you, Ashley and I had all started laughing uncontrollably. You will forever be missed, Alex. You were the kindest person and I will always be thankful that I had you the time I did, as my brother. - Love Abby

Tanya Besmehn

November 7, 2019

I remember most Alex's smile. He offered contagious humor, a resonating laugh, and a perfect appreciation for a wise joke. He was smart, funny, loving and loyal. He adored his parents. Always and forever. He was a gift. I can't imagine this world without his voice, his eyes that shone bright, and crinkled just so when he smiled. We have lost a special one, but I'm grateful to have been blessed with him in my life. My heart goes out to Joe and Behnaz - thank you for sharing Alex with us. You have given us more than you realize.