OBITUARY

Dylan Miles

June 6, 1996January 29, 2019
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OLD TOWN – Dylan Richard Miles, 22, passed away unexpectedly, January 29, 2019 at his home in Old Town. He was born June 6, 1996, beloved son of George and Kristi. Dylan was a 2014 graduate of Old Town High School, where he played both baseball and football- but football was his life. After high school, he joined the Air National Guard. Dylan was a hard worker and could fix anything. He was always handy when working on vehicles. A true country boy at heart, Dylan loved to go four wheeling and mud-running, and was always up for a ride on his motorcycle. Dylan was always rooting for the Patriot’s to win. He loved spending time at his grandfather’s camp on Stetson Pond and the 4th of July at Lamoine Beach State Park. Dylan enjoyed going hunting with his dad and his grandfather, as well as spending time with his friends. He was a good kid with a huge heart, always ready to lend a helping hand or stand up for the underdog. He loved life, his family and friends, but his grandparents always held a special place in his heart. Dylan is survived by his mother, Kristi Doughty and her fiancé, Bill Noyes of Old Town; father, George Miles and step-mother Debbie of Orono; sister, Ashley Burgess-Miles of Old Town; grandparents, Janet and Roy Thurston, and Richard and Pat Doughty; as well as many aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews. He is also survived by special nieces, Kiairah and Aidriana; special cousin, Riley Colgan; and dear friends, Melissa Hudak, Jacob Earl, RT Higgins, and Brandon Emerson. He was predeceased by his grandmother, Sharron Doughty; and uncle, Rodney Thurston. If you or someone you know is battling addiction, please know you are not alone and you can overcome it. There are resources and love a phone call away. You can reach the National Drug Helpline at (888)633-3239 or online at www.drughelpline.com.

Relatives and friends are invited to call 2-4pm, Saturday, February 2, 2019 at Birmingham Funeral Home, 438 Main St, Old Town. Those who wish to remember Dylan in a special way may make gifts in his memory to the Old Town Animal Orphanage, PO Box 565, Orono, ME 04473.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Gathering Saturday, February 2, 2019
REMEMBERING

Dylan Miles

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Tanya Dunton

January 31, 2019

Deb,

I remember when I first met you at Acadia- Dylan was 6. You know how I remember that? It's because you were so excited you were challenged with afinding a six-year-old a "piderman backpack" after work that day. we all knew he wanted Spider-Man backpack. But it was so endearing to hear over and over "I need a piderman backpack I need a piderman backpack", in his voice. Your love for him could move mountains and I know it did multiple, multiple times. I pray you and George and the rest of the family get the comfort you need in the warm memories of such precious kind boy.

Reanna Emery

January 31, 2019

My heart is broken. The memories we had were some that I will never forget. I’m forever changed by this 💔 Many people will be because of how important and special you were. You weren’t your disease. I hate that it had to end this way. May your family find peace and comfort in this 😞🙏🏼 I love you Dylan.

Courtney King

January 31, 2019

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Biography

OLD TOWN –
Dylan Richard Miles, 22, passed away unexpectedly, January 29, 2019 at his home in Old Town. He was born June 6, 1996, beloved son of George and Kristi.
Dylan was a 2014 graduate of Old Town High School, where he played both baseball and football- but football was his life. After high school, he joined the Air National Guard. Dylan was a hard worker and could fix anything. He was always handy when working on vehicles. A true country boy at heart, Dylan loved to go four wheeling and mud-running, and was always up for a ride on his motorcycle. Dylan was always rooting for the Patriot’s to win. He loved spending time at his grandfather’s camp on Stetson Pond and the 4th of July at Lamoine Beach State Park. Dylan enjoyed going hunting with his dad and his grandfather, as well as spending time with his friends. He was a good kid with a huge heart, always ready to lend a helping hand or stand up for the underdog. He loved life, his family and friends, but his grandparents always held a special place in his heart.
Dylan is survived by his mother, Kristi Doughty and her fiancé, Bill Noyes of Old Town; father, George Miles and step-mother Debbie of Orono; sister, Ashley Burgess-Miles of Old Town; grandparents, Janet and Roy Thurston, and Richard and Pat Doughty; as well as many aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews. He is also survived by special nieces, Kiairah and Aidriana; special cousin, Riley Colgan; and dear friends, Melissa Hudak and Jacob Earl. He was predeceased by his grandmother, Sharron Doughty; and uncle, Rodney Thurston.
If you or someone you know is battling addiction, please know you are not alone and you can overcome it. There are resources and love a phone call away. You can reach the National Drug Helpline at (888)633-3239 or online at www.drughelpline.com.

Relatives and friends are invited to call 2-4pm, Saturday, February 2, 2019 at Birmingham Funeral Home, 438 Main St, Old Town. Those who wish to remember Dylan in a special way may make gifts in his memory to the Old Town Animal Orphanage, PO Box 565, Orono, ME 04473.