IN MEMORY OF DYLAN HARLAN
It is with the deepest sorrow that we announce the loss of two beloved members of the Bears family. On Sunday, June 4th, 2017 Dylan Harlan and his father Jim were flying a single-engine Piper PA-28 airplane that crashed in the Santa Rosa Valley. Neither Dylan or Jim survived.
Dylan had been at the Bears for several seasons. He was a key member of the 14U AA team that won the State Championship and made a run at the USA Hockey National Championship in Coral Gables this past spring.
He was a big, strong physical player on the ice, considered by all to be a great teammate and leader. Off the ice, Dylan was a kind-hearted, exemplary young man, with an easygoing disposition and a great sense of humor. His enthusiasm and spirit truly touched all of those who were lucky enough to know him.
Jim was a dedicated father who was bursting with pride over his son’s improvements and accomplishments. He was upbeat, friendly, and always supportive of Dylan and the club as a whole.
The passing of Dylan and Jim is a stunning loss. They will always be remembered and greatly missed by their family here at the Bears.
Dylan is survived by his mother Kirsten Doss and his sister T.K. Harlan.
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