Dylan Anthony Russo
October 6, 1991 – July 27, 2019
Dylan Anthony Russo, 27, of Katy TX., passed away July 27, 2019, at his home. Dylan was born October 6, 1991, in Orlando, Florida, to Don and Terry Russo. He lived in the Katy area for the majority of his life and attended Katy Independent School District. He worked as a pool technician for MD Pools and was very proud and loved his job and all of his co- workers. In his younger years, Dylan loved to play sports and enjoyed spending time with his friends, riding and jumping bikes. Dylan loved adventure and action-anything that moved fast with wheels. As Dylan got older, he loved to drive his trucks. He loved taking unexpected road trips and enjoyed having as many friends as possible along for the ride. His dog, Ladybyrd, enjoyed many of these adventures with the gang. Dylans greatest love was for the outdoors which would include fishing and bonfires with his many friends. He also enjoyed working with his hands, "tinkering around" and working on his trucks.
Dylan was preceded in death by his father, Don Russo; grandparents, Leroy and Mary Purcell, and Anthony and Jean Russo. He is survived by his loving mother, Terry Russo Schnitzer "Momma Russo" and husband, Joe Schnitzer; step-brothers, Brandon Schnitzer and wife, Rachel, and Derek Schnitzer; aunt, Leitha Morris and husband, Chuck; uncles: Bob Russo, John Russo, Tom Russo, Jimmy Russo and Richard Russo; cousins: Amy, Miguel, Charles, Jessica, Lee, Deion, Lexie, Miguel Jr., Jo Jo, Brandon, Jr., Braxdon, Holly, Alisha, Jason, Tony, Ben, Danny, David, Nathan and Anthony; and a host of other family, friends, and Ladybyrd.
- Visitation Saturday, August 3, 2019
- Visitation Sunday, August 4, 2019
- Memorial Service Sunday, August 4, 2019
Dylan Anthony Russo
August 5, 2019
Dylan, I'll always remember babysitting you when you were little. You were so smart and I remember thinking, "how does he know how to do all this?" You were a little escape artist when it came to your crib. I'm so sorry that your life ended before it even really got started. You had so much more to offer the world...that great Russo smile you had being one. I will miss you, little cousin. Know that you'll always have a special place in my heart. I'm sorry I wasn't there for you as your big cousin. Until we meet again in heaven, forever yours, Lisa