Dylan Heathscott Obituary, Death – A memorial service honoring the life of Dylan Blake Heathscott will be held on Saturday, January 14, 2023, at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Conway, Arkansas. The Mass will be celebrated by Father Balaraju Desam and Deacon Jerry Joe Harrison, and the funeral home in charge of the arrangements is Roller-McNutt Funeral Home. At ten in the morning, there will be a rosary, and then visitation will take place. There will be a Mass of Christian Burial at eleven in the morning. Dylan Heathscott was born on August 13, 1992 in Little Rock, Arkansas, to Amy and Darryl Heathscott of Conway, Arkansas. Dylan Heathscott passed away on January 9, 2023, and went to be with the Lord.
After graduating from St. Joseph High School in 2010 and Arkansas Tech, he went on to work for Ensono Corporation, where he was employed as an Associate Mainframe Systems Programmer for the Disaster Recovery Team. He was also a part of the class of 2010 at Arkansas Tech. Dylan is survived by his parents, Amy and Darryl Heathscott; brothers, Nick Heathscott (Lauren) of Tampa, Florida, and Clayton Heathscott of Conway, Arkansas; his grandparents, Juanita and Jim Shourd of Searcy, Arkansas, and Elaine Heathscott of Kensett, Arkansas; his niece, Laine Heathscott of Tampa, Florida; and a large, loving family of aunts, uncles, and cousins; as well as many friends Dylan was a wonderful person who had the ability to represent his family and others he cared about with love and compassion. He was an advocate for the rights of others, who spoke out against inequality and oppression.
Dylan was a person who spoke out against inequality and oppression. Along with his acute intelligence, he had a capacity for making other people laugh thanks to the amusing sense of humor and smart wit he possessed. He will be remembered for this gift. Our lives will be significantly diminished without the presence of Dylan’s generosity, abilities, humorous attitude, and love for everyone he met. Dylan cherished his life and his family more than anything else in the world. He was a wonderful human being who was cherished in his roles as a son, brother, uncle, cousin, and friend. Everyone who was fortunate enough to know and love Dylan was blessed by him because he was so much to so many people.
He was so much. We are confident that Dylan is looking down on us with a grin on his face, and we will continue to look for him in the splendor of the natural world that surrounds us. Despite the fact that we will miss Dylan more than words could ever adequately describe, we are confident that he will not be forgotten, and that our love for him will only increase over time.