Forever in our Hearts…
Sean Terrell Dye was born August 10, 1990 in Danville, Illinois, the son of Jeffrey (Felicia) Dye, and Michelle Anding. Sean Aka “Da’Kid” was a very caring and humble type of person.
Having a good background in the church of Old Landmark. Sean has always been talented no matter what life threw his way. Sean strength got him through everything. He was the one you could confide in & trust. He was very respectful. Anytime anyone needed help he was there to help whether the task was big or small. He was our little protector. Sean loved fishing, even though he would sometimes catch the smallest fish in the water sometimes lol. When he later found out about his dad getting a boat he would always say “dad when are we getting out on the water”, then he would just start to laugh if you know you know lol. Sean also liked to go tubing to whatever you could name he done just that. At the end of the day Sean just liked to spend his time having fun with his family and friends. He was very adventurous. Not to mention he was crafty with his hands. He could build a house or a fire if you wanted him too lol. Sean was a very smart & intelligent person. Da'Kid had love for everyone and his heart was so pure!
Sean will be greatly missed and leaves to cherish in his memory of his five sisters; Ebone Dye, Ashley Dye, Jaseika Dye, Whitney Dye and Alicia Dye all from Danville, IL., four brothers Micah Dye, Jeffery Dye Jr., Avery Dye and Aaron Dye also all from Danville, IL. Also, his niece; Ka'Miyah Anding, and nephews; Tristan Colome, Da'Mariyon Dye-Allen, K’Den Colome, King Colome and Jaxon Dye, his Paternal Grandparents: Gloria (Edgar) Hill, his Maternal Grandparents; Jackie (Elroy) Clark, Maternal Grandfather: Robert Ackerson, a host of special aunts and uncles; William (Angela) Dye-Coleman of Danville, IL, Anthony Dye of Buffalo, NY; Gamal Clark, Joshua Clark, Zachary Adkisson of Indianapolis, IN. His Aunts; Lisa Dye-Robinson of Danville, IL; Troya (Chris) Collier of Danville, IL; Alicia Clark of Costa Mesa, CA, L’Oriel Williams of Palmetto, Florida and a host of many other relatives that meant a lot. Sean also had his A1-Day ones Tremaine (K’La) Rose, Robert Jimenez, and so many more people that he grew up with and loved.
He was preceded in death by his great great grandparents; Nawassa (Gregory) Anding, William Boyd, Odell Dye and Hattie Dye and one of his close friends Jordan Parrish.
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