Dylan Heathscott Obituary – Under the guidance of Roller-McNutt Funeral Home, a memorial service honoring Dylan Blake Heathscott’s life will be conducted on Saturday, January 14, 2023, at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Conway, Arkansas. Mass will be celebrated by Fr. Balaraju Desam and Deacon Jerry Joe Harrison. At 10:00 am, there will be a rosary, and then visitation. At 11:00 am, there will be a Mass of Christian Burial.
Amy and Darryl Heathscott of Conway, Arkansas, gave birth to Dylan on August 13, 1992, in Little Rock, Arkansas, and he passed away on January 9, 2023, to be with the Lord. He attended Arkansas Tech and graduated from St. Joseph High School in 2010. After joining the Ensono Corporation, he worked as an associate mainframe systems programmer for the disaster recovery team.
Dylan Heathscott, who was predeceased by his grandfather Waylon Heathscott, is survived by his parents, Amy and Darryl Heathscott; his 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; a Dylan was a kind person who had the capacity to speak out against injustice and unfairness and for the rights of others.
He was also able to speak for his loved ones with compassion and love. Along with his sharp intelligence, he will be remembered for his talent for making people laugh through his amusing sense of humor and deft wit. We shall all deeply miss Dylan’s generosity, skills, humorous attitude, and affection for everyone he met. Dylan valued his family and life beyond all else.
He was an excellent individual who was adored as a son, brother, uncle, cousin, and friend. Everyone who had the good fortune to know and love Dylan was blessed by him because he meant so much to so many people. We are confident that Dylan is looking out for us and grinning down on us, and we will see him every day in the wonder of the world. While Dylan will be missed more than words could ever express, we are confident that he will always be remembered and that our affection for him will only continue to grow.