Dillon Alexander-Day Wolf, 35, died suddenly on November 7th 2020 in Nashua. He was born October 2nd 1985 in Derry, New Hampshire, the son of Eric P. Wolf and Judith L. Little (Day).
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Dillon was the sibling to a sister and 2 brothers. An inquisitive child, Dillon never stopped wondering about the world. He loved music from a young age, and as a teen he began writing his own lyrics, and creating his own beats. As he matured, his taste in music expanded. He grew to love classics from the Grateful Dead, The Beatles, and more. Dillon was a self taught musician, eventually learning to play the guitar and harmonica. He enjoyed fishing and loved to be on the water. As an avid learner, he took time to study astronomy, mechanics, politics and anything that made his mind tick. He enjoyed cooking for his family and would call his mom for her recipes. His greatest joy was spending time with his 2 incredible daughters, whom he loved so much. Dillon had a laugh that made you laugh, a hug that made you feel loved, and could argue until you gave in, or gave up!
Dillon is survived by his partner Caroline Carril, their 2 children, Rosemary and Shyla of Nashua, NH; his parents Eric P. Wolf of Nashua, NH, Judith L. Little and her spouse Mitchel Little of Manville, RI; his sister Kyla Cornier and her spouse Roberto Cornier of East Providence, RI; his brothers Jared Wolf of Haverhill MA., Jardon Wolf of Nashua, NH; his paternal grandparents Kevin and Sandra Harris Of Salem, NH; his 2 nieces, Sophia and Lilliana, and nephew, Xavier or East Providence, RI.; several aunts and uncles, and many cousins. He had many friends in NH and RI, where he spent his life.
Dillon is predeceased by his Maternal grandparents, Alfred Day and Lillian Crawford, and Paternal Grandfather Barry Wolf.
A walk-through visitation will be held on Thursday, November 12 from 6 p.m. to 8 pm., at Davis Funeral Home, 1 Lock Street in Nashua, New Hampshire. Due to COVID restrictions, all guests entering the funeral home will be required to wear face masks and follow social distancing. Funeral service and burial will be held privately.