Dylan James Coyne
August 27, 1996 – October 19, 2019
Dylan J. Coyne, 23, of South Dennis, MA went to be with the Lord on Saturday, October 19, 2019 after a tragic car accident. He was born in Hyannis to his loving parents Steven J. Coyne and Joanne M. Doiron of South Dennis.
Dylan was a 2014 graduate of Cape Cod Tech. He was employed as an electrical apprentice at J.W. Electric and actively took night classes to get his electrician’s license. His passion was motocross and he aspired to be a professional dirt bike racer. He loved fishing, football, baseball, basketball, wakeboarding and being with family and friends.
Dylan is predeceased by his paternal grandfather Martin Coyne, Sr. (2010), paternal step-grandfather Joseph M. Niemi (2019); maternal grandparents Everett Joseph Doiron (1996) and Carole (Doiron) Gust (2016). In addition to his parents, Dylan is survived by his brothers Steve J. Coyne and Cameron J. Coyne of South Dennis; his grandmother Mary Ann (Micki) Niemi of Barnstable; his maternal Aunts, Diane M. Porter and her husband Gerry of Westfield; Deborah A. Shea of NC; Lisa M. Rivera and her husband Angelo of NC and Alyssa Fisher and her husband Nathan of Wilmington, NC; his paternal Aunts Kathleen Coyne of Chatham and Carolyn Coyne of Provincetown; Uncles Martin Coyne of Centerville and Drew Lowen and his wife Michelle of TX. Dylan is also survived by many cousins and friends, especially Nick Harrington, Jay Cruz and Dillon Gent all of Dennisport and Lucia Johns of Hyannis.
A Memorial Service will be held at 2 pm at Doane, Beal & Ames, 729 Route 134, South Dennis, MA 02660. Visiting hours will precede the service from 11 am to 2 pm. In lieu of flowers, please consider memorial contribution to the Cameron Coyne Education Fund. For online condolences, please visit www.doanebealamesdennis.com.
Ride on with the angels Dylan. ‘Til we see you again.
- Cameron Coyne Education Fund
- Visiting Hours Saturday, October 26, 2019
- Funeral Service in Celebration of Dylan's Life Saturday, October 26, 2019
Dylan James Coyne
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October 26, 2019
From the moment I met Coyne, I always thought he was the smartest person in the room. He always listened before he spoke. He spoke with kindness and an intention to make others happy. We need more people like that in this world. I haven’t lived on Cape for 3 years but me an Coyne maintained communication since I’ve been gone. We spoke often and Coyne is the only person who has come to see me every time I come back to Cape. He was an amazing friend. Coyne never seem bothered by much, he was always laid back and happy. It didn’t matter if we were hanging out in my room or if we were bowling or fishing with the boys, Coyne was fine with it. He wouldn’t say “let’s do this instead”, he was always content as long as everyone else was happy. Coyne was over my house everyday and night it seems. Often times on Sundays, Coyne would ask me to turn on motorcross. I would’ve but unfortunately I’m a huge NASCAR fan so we always watched that instead, sometimes flipping to motorcross on commercials but I swear, Coyne would always cheer for my favorite driver. Screaming loud and proud, it’s like he had been rooting for Joey Logano for years. The kid did things like that to make his friends happy, sometimes pushing the limits on how happy one could be. You could be in the best mood of your life and Coyne would do something that made it even better. He often spoke of his dad and brothers. In the years since I’ve met Coyne I genuinely saw him grow from a young kid to a man. That’s not something you see much these days. He was an amazing person with a smile that brightened your day no matter how it went. I am so sorry for your loss. I am sorry I couldn’t make it to the service. Coyne was one of my best friends. I know he will look down on us from the heavens. Ripping the clouds with his dirt bike. I pray whoever is reading this can find comfort. We can never move on from Coyne’s loss but we must move forward. I love you Coyne. #LongLiveCoyne #53
October 25, 2019
Auntie Joanne, Uncle Steve, Steven and Cameron,
I feel so blessed for the time I had with Dylan. He was so sweet to his second cousins when we were at the lodge, it was as if he'd known them all along. He made them laugh, played with them and gave them memories they will never forget. I will always be grateful for the fun we had going down the huge slides and falling out of the tubes. When he met my brothers, he made sure they knew we were family and picked right up talking to them. He was so funny, gentle, kind and genuine. I have always felt so happy and so proud to have Dylan, Cameron and Steven. We love you all so very much.
Dylan is our new angel. My daughter Kayla said "Mom, think of God with his angels like we do a flower patch. You only pick the prettiest ones. That's why God chooses his most perfect angels first." I do believe that's true. Mom, Dylan and Papa are together. I know it. Our sweet guardian angels.
Dylan we love you so very much. I know you are riding your dirt bike in Heaven. When I see a shooting star, I will think of you. Saying hello and cruising by. I feel comforted knowing you are there, with mom. Please know, I will never forget you. I will always love you and so will my girls. Hugs to you always my sweet cousin.
October 24, 2019
Dylan and his brother and father raced at capeway and every time I saw them they were having fun and happy I haven’t seen them for a while but when I did it was always a good memory Steve and family sorry for your loss he was a great person
October 24, 2019
Tom and I are so sorry for you loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family through this unimaginable difficult time. We love you Joanne, so sorry.
October 22, 2019
There are no words when losing a child!
We are so very sorry for the loss of your son, Dylan.
With Hugs, Prayers and Strength to comfort you in the days to come and forever.
With deepest Sympathies,
Trevor Maler (DY class of 2010, passed on 7-6-2018)
Kendra Maler (DY class of 2012)