Daylon Parish

05/02/2001 – 08/18/2019

Obituary for Daylon Parish

Daylon Ray Parish, 18, of Sedalia passed away Sunday, August 18, 2019 in Sedalia, Mo. He was born on May 2, 2001 in Sedalia, son of Dusty Ray Parish (wife, Jamie) and Amy Denise (Roberts) Barton (husband, Aaron), who reside in Sedalia.

Daylon loved going hunting, fishing, racing, his music and being with his friends and family. He especially loved and cherished his future with Kylee Renee Blaylock.

In addition to his parents, he is survived by three sisters, Desirea Parish-Roberts of the home, Skyler Atkinson of Sedalia, and Brianna Atkinson of Sedalia; maternal grandparents, Terry and Sherry Roberts of Sedalia; step maternal grandparents, Richard and Lynette Barton of Chillicothe, MO and Brandon and Lori Hicks of Boonville, MO; paternal grandfather, Steve Parish of California, MO; step paternal grandmother, Renette Brown of Sedalia; five uncles, Joshua Keeran, Doug Renfer, Paul Carroll, Shawn Roberts and Shane Roberts; six aunts, Lori Roberts, Danette Renfer, Heather Carroll, Chasity Keeran, Nicole Nixon and Misty Bias; many cousins and his god parent, Lindsey Watkins.

He was preceded in death by his paternal grandmother, Rita Ray Lappat.

A funeral service will be held at 2:00 p.m. Friday, August 23, 2019 at Rea Funeral Chapel with Pastor Ed Spencer officiating.

The family will receive friends from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. Thursday, August 22, 2019 at the chapel.

Burial will be at Longwood Cemetery, Longwood, MO.

Pallbearers will be Dusty Parish, Shawn Roberts, Aaron Barton, Lyle Roberts, Tayler Roberts, and Joshua Keeran.

Honorary bearers will be Jayvon Carroll, Hunter Snyder, Gage Duvall, Jake Blaylock, James Barker, Ezra Kraft, Gavin Morris, Terry Roberts and Queen Kylee Blaylock.

Memorial contributions are suggested to the family in care of Rea Funeral Chapel.

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Sending Our Sincere Condolences to Daylon’s parents Amy & Aaron and Dusty & Jamie and his Sister’s & Family. Prayers to All Daylon’s Family
– DougBelinda Rush
Dusty, Amy & family, There are simply not enough words that can be put together to ease the heartache that i am certain fills every fiber of you, but know that Daylon is with Mama Rita’s crazy self & I imagine they are dancing on the clouds & swinging on the stars right about now!! It’s Unimaginable the chaos going thru each of your hearts & minds, and although words do little to comfort such a deep wound you need to know there are many many people out here that are just a phone call away if need anything even if just to listen, hug, talk, cry, vent, scream or just to be there. I am only one of many that you can call morning noon or night!! Please don’t hesitate! My family & I are thinking of you & sending peaceful thoughts your way. I am so sorry for your loss & hope all of your hearts can find peace in knowing he is in a much better place than even us ourselves are & can be comforted by the memories you have of your son that can never be taken. I love y’all & hope some sunshine is right around the corner for you all!! Keep your heads up & keep the ones that love you close!! All love from mine to yours!
– Tiffany
Prayers for your family and friends
– Rachel Hazelrigg
Prayers to Amy and Dusty ,and all of your family .Such a cute guy,always made me smile.So young this is hard ,you and God now and hopes your family finds peace with memories you shared.including all your friend ,family ,.
– Lisa
Im so very sorry, if words could bring him back to you i would speak them a zillion times over. But we know thats not possible.. to my entire family my heart is just so broken for you. I hope you know how much you are loved. May the angels in heaven bless you and surround you give you peace in your heart knowing that Daylon is in Heaven with Uncle Bob, and Uncle Buck..and Grandma Patsy and all the rest ..Love you.
– Roberta Banner
So very sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
– Anita Snodgrass
I am so sorry Jaime I could not even imagine how you feel. You and your family are in my prayers.
– Mandy McFarland
Daylon was a friend of my grandson Hunter, he would come over to my house with Hunter and they would get a Dr Pepper and raid the candy jar on my kitchen counter. Daylon was always happy to see me and would hug me goodbye just like Hunter always does. So sorry for your loss and hope the good memories like the ones I have of Daylon will carry you all through and give you comfort.
– Donna Smith

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