ForeverMissed
Aleksander "AD", "Alex" Dhillon, 28 years old, passed away on March 17, 2021. AD will be profoundly missed by his son, Luka; his girlfriend, Megan; his parents, Robin and Sharon; his siblings Kathryn and Nikolai; aunts, uncles, cousins, and many friends.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to this college fund set up by the family to benefit AD’s son, Luka.

Posted by Sharon Dhillon on April 24, 2021
My son was the kindest most generous person I have ever known. I am grateful for everything he taught me! He never judged anyone and always wanted to help all those in need. My heart is broken and my life forever changed, but I am grateful for every minute I had with AD. He made me laugh harder, scream louder, love everyone and appreciate what I have. Every mother should be blessed to have a son like AD. I wish I could express everything he meant to me but there are not enough words. I love you my boy and I will watch out and love Luka and try to make you proud everyday!
Posted by Michaela Mayo on April 8, 2021
“People who really want to make a difference in the world usually do it, in one way or another. And I’ve noticed something about people who make a difference in the world: They hold the unshakable conviction that individuals are extremely important, that every life matters. They get excited over one smile. They are willing to feed one stomach, educate one mind, and treat one wound. They aren’t determined to revolutionize the world all at once; they’re satisfied with small changes. Over time, though, the small changes add up. Sometimes they even transform cities and nations, and yes, the world.”
― Beth Clark

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Posted by Sharon Dhillon on April 24, 2021
My son was the kindest most generous person I have ever known. I am grateful for everything he taught me! He never judged anyone and always wanted to help all those in need. My heart is broken and my life forever changed, but I am grateful for every minute I had with AD. He made me laugh harder, scream louder, love everyone and appreciate what I have. Every mother should be blessed to have a son like AD. I wish I could express everything he meant to me but there are not enough words. I love you my boy and I will watch out and love Luka and try to make you proud everyday!
Posted by Michaela Mayo on April 8, 2021
“People who really want to make a difference in the world usually do it, in one way or another. And I’ve noticed something about people who make a difference in the world: They hold the unshakable conviction that individuals are extremely important, that every life matters. They get excited over one smile. They are willing to feed one stomach, educate one mind, and treat one wound. They aren’t determined to revolutionize the world all at once; they’re satisfied with small changes. Over time, though, the small changes add up. Sometimes they even transform cities and nations, and yes, the world.”
― Beth Clark
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Miss You

Shared by Michaela Mayo on September 16, 2022
It still feels strange that you're not here. Thank you for all the beautiful memories. I miss you every day, xoxx Micky

My Boy 4L

Shared by Grace Lear on April 18, 2021
My boy, I love you and I am heart broken you are not here with us anymore. I wish I could even explain our relationship without taking hours. I want to share everything bc you mean so much to me.

The way me and AD became friends was we were around each other in a group of friends from high school hanging out then that same night he posted on my Facebook wall and told me to text him. From then we became close and our groups of friends always hung out. We were close because we naturally connected but it was because of him. He always reached out, he always tried because that was the kind of person he was, such a unique beautiful soul who was kind and friends with literally everyone. That’s what I loved about him and being around him. The last couple messages I have from him he would just say I love you Or I miss you out of no where and I know he meant it. I have revisited these conversations so many times in the last month and just laugh at how we talked on Facebook in like 2011 & beyond.

I have soooo many high school memories and beyond with AD. So many adventures, so many fun times. The memories I remember most he would always pick me up drive me to medina lake we would listen to fast car Tracy Chapman and the song young wild and free by wiz khalifa screaming the end of the song out of the windows. He was one of my best guy friends someone who I could talk to anything about, count on him to listen and understand. He grounded me and made know my worth when it came to relationships bc of how he cared for me. I will carry him with me forever❤️

To The Brother I Never Had

Shared by Michaela Mayo on April 8, 2021
Our friendship over the years is hard to define AD! You, my friend, were a special, rare kind of person. Someone who exuded so much positivity and happiness. You were the first person I met at our OU orientation where we became instant friends who remained inseparable during our time there together. We had so many silly adventures and nights where I look back and remember always laughing till we cried and our stomachs hurt. After we left OU we went to Bonnaroo, and what a magical time we had! Again, so much laughter, love, and hugs.

You showed everyone around you what was truly important in life and always put others first. I learned a lot from you over the years buddy. To take care of yourself and your loved ones, make decisions that make you truly happy and be kind to everyone you meet. Cherish those who cherish you and more. Always give and never expect anything in return. You never faulted in being a great friend to me, something I will forever cherish. I will hold your friendship and our conversations about life close to my heart forever. 

There is something significant about being a small part of your journey, and everyone who knows you knows what I mean when I say you will leave us all forever changed. It is an immeasurable tragedy to lose such a lovely person, but you left us with a beautiful little piece of you - your sweet little Luka. My heart is with your family and your girlfriend. I know the huge network of friends you've touched during your time here will all support them while you watch from above. I’ve prayed and asked Patrick to find you. You were always my rock when I lost him and we both talked many times about how we wished the two of you had the chance to meet. I find some peace in knowing you have a friend up there and I know you two will be the best of friends. 

Love always, to the sweetest brother I never had but was lucky to find. 

Your sissy Mick