Dylan Stanley Death | Dylan Stanley Obituary | Funeral | Cause of Death – The family of Dylan Stanley has announced the passing away of their beloved one. Her death was made known to us on August 31, 2020.
Dylan Stanley, 30, was originally from Grandview Heights and lived in Columbus. She had a daughter, Ruby, who she loved very, very much. Dylan had struggled especially hard in recent years since the death of her mother, who had been Dylan’s anchor of support for most of her life.
“She was a warrior, a survivor of the streets who would have run a kick-ass safe consumption site,” says Harm Reduction Ohio’s Montgomery County director Shelia Humphrey-Craig, a friend and mother-like figure who helped Dylan often. “She was an advocate for mothers’ rights who had no home of her own.”
Dylan Stanley was one of the smartest, most articulate, dynamic harm reduction activists in Ohio. In one of our last conversations, we talked about her writing and starring in a one-woman show about her life. It would have been amazing!
Dylan Stanley was the greatest public speaker in Ohio on the subject of harm reduction. She was overflowing with brilliance, charisma and wit. Dylan spoke for Harm Reduction Ohio and people with lived experience at conferences held by the Ohio State University, the Ohio Department of Health and many others.
To get a sense of Dylan’s brilliance and verve, watch her speak (for the first time in public!) at a forum in Newark, Ohio, on the value of syringe service programs (“needle exchanges”) and the SafePoint program in Columbus. She spoke without notes, advanced preparation or foreknowledge that she would speak at all.
Dylan Stanley has passed away. we got to know about this through the news posted across social medias earlier today.
For every start of a journey, there must be an end. Her journey has sadly come to an end on earth.
Friends, Family and loved ones are extremely sad and currently grieving as the news of her death was announced.
Dylan Stanley, our former director of community outreach, has died of a probable overdose. The Ohio harm reduction community’s heart is broken for the loss of a beautiful soul.
It is with incredible sadness and heavy hearts that we announce that our friend and colleague has passed away. Celebrate her life, leave a kind word for her. Friends, Family and Loved ones has poured out their grieve and condolence to honor the passing away of the deceased.