Dylan Colella

Dylan Michael Colella

Friday, February 19th, 1993 - Tuesday, February 2nd, 2021
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Dylan Michael Colella, 27, of Naples, Florida, passed away on February 2, 2021.

A celebration of life for Dylan will be held on February 13th from 4pm - 11pm at 3380 White Blvd. in Naples, Florida 34117.

Dylan was born in St Thomas, Virgin Islands to Sandra Colella-Glemser and Thomas Colella on February 19, 1993. He worked as an electrician and really enjoyed it.

Dylan also enjoyed all outdoor activities including fishing, jet skiing and boating. His prized possession was his white Chevy truck.

Dylan is survived by his sister, Maggie Glemser of Orlando, his brother, Niko Colella of Ft Lauderdale, his mother, Sandra Colella-Glemser and her husband Greg Glemser of Naples and also many other loving family members and friends. He is preceded in death by his father, Thomas Colella, his maternal grandparents Elizabeth Marsden and Roger Ernst and paternal grandparents Angela and Armando Colella.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be directed to the family. 3240 2nd Ave SE, Naples, FL 34117.

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A celebration of life for Dylan will be held on February 13th from 4pm - 11pm at 3380 White Blvd. in Naples, Florida 34117.


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Katherine Cornett

Posted at 01:42pm
Hi Sandy I’m so sorry for your loss. I am at a loss for words as well as Bradley. They were best of friends from the time they met until we left in 2005. Sandy you were my best friend and always there for me if I can do anything please don’t hesitate to contact me. I love you and I’m trying desperately to contact you . Please call 757-409-3203 I would love to come down and see you I just want to make sure there’s room. I do believe I have some pictures of Bradley and Dylan when they were little I’m gonna look for them today.


Posted at 08:46pm
Since you’ve passed, I have went through all of our old photos. We shared many memories together. I needed to see that smile again. You were always smiling. You could always make me smile. You could make anyone smile, at any given time, even when they didn’t want to smile. You were always the center of attention. You were the life of any party. There was never a dull moment with you around. You were an amazing person with a beautiful heart and soul. To write this, using past tense, breaks my heart. You were incredibly special to me. Our relationship was one of a kind. I can’t even find the words to describe what you mean to me.
I will never forget how we met. I will never forget our first conversation. I will never forget how some annoying kid on the bus became one of my greatest friends.

I know that you’re up there cracking jokes and laughing with all of the others that we’ve lost. I suppose there’s some comfort in that.
I love you, Dylan Michael Colella ❤️

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