Dylan R. Mailloux
Little Falls, New York (Town of Danube)
Dylan R. Mailloux, age 30, a lifelong Little Falls resident, passed away suddenly on Thursday morning, April 7th, 2022 at his home on Paradise Road, in the Town of Danube.
He was born on Aug. 5, 1991 in Little Falls, son of Tammy Senft (Brian) of Danube and Greg Mailloux of Danube and graduated with the Little Falls High School, "Class of 2009". Dylan was a talented mechanic. He really enjoyed working on recreational vehicles and seized any opportunity to lavish his skills. On New Years Eve, 2018, Dylan was engaged to Ashylnne Hahn in Little Falls. They had a secure relationship, and Dylan saw her as someone he could confide in and trust. They were the proud parents of their two year old son, Max, whom Dylan absolutely cherished and loved immeasurably. He and his son enjoyed riding dirt bikes together and riding anything with an engine. Dylan adored his son, and the duo shared countless cherished times together. He was lucky to have close familial relationships and will be missed by all those fortunate enough to have known him. Everyone who knew Dylan had a memorable tale….He was truly loved.
Survivors include his fiance, Ashlynne Hahn; his son, Max Mailloux; his mother and stepfather, Tammy and Brian Senft of Danube; his father, Greg Mailloux of Danube; a sister, Erica Mailloux of Danube and niece, Jenna Huskic of Danube; his grandparents, Fred and MaryLee Herringshaw of Danube, Richard and Dorothy Mailloux of Ft. Plain, Kenny and Andra Senft of Danube; his great grandmother, Katherine Herringshaw of Danube; his fiance's mother and stepfather, Renee and Steve Mosher of Stratford; his fiance's father, Ronald Hahn of Manheim; his fiance's brothers, Ronald Hahn of Little Falls and Jesse Hoke of Stratford; and Dylan's best friend, Seth Peterson; many aunts, uncles, cousins and dear friends.
A funeral service will commence at 4 pm on Sunday, April 10, 2022 from Mohawk Valley Funerals and Cremations, 7507 State Route 5, Little Falls (corner of Bidleman Road), 315-508-5131, where cherished memories will be shared. Relatives and friends are invited to visitation at MVFC also on Sunday from 1-4 pm, prior to the service. Private interment will take place at Ostrander Cemetery, Town of Danube, at the convenience of his family.