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Dymon J. Hardy

November 21, 2001 - July 5, 2023


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    Sharon Bray says

    You have said so many wonderful things about your son, Krissy. These words are a wonderful tribute to him. So sorry for this deep loss. Sharon Bray

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    Therese says

    You are and always will be in my heart DJ💜🖤♥️

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    Krissy Lee Foster says

    My beautiful son, I miss and love you so very much. There aren’t enough words to describe how I feel. Your sweet smile and infectious laugh is missed so much. Mommy loves you baby boy.

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    Heather Brown says

    My heart breaks for your loss!! I know that sweet boy is living a perfect life with Jesus now and that makes me smile!! I love seeing pictures of your baby. It’s obvious that his smile was indeed infectious 💜 My continued prayers!!!! Lots of love 💜💜💜

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Dymon Jarez Hardy, 21, passed away on July 5, 2023. He was born on November 21, 2001, in Lebanon, Tennessee, to Krissy Lee Foster and Antonio Hardy.

Dymon was such a happy and beautiful soul. He was a graduate of Harrison High School. Dymon loved going for rides in the car with his mom, one of his favorite stops was Walmart. He enjoyed playing in the water, whether swimming or during bath time. He also enjoyed listening to all kinds of music.

Dymon loved hearing a good book and watching his favorite shows, Spongebob, Spiderman, and Batman. He loved getting lost in the magical Wizarding World of Harry Potter.

He loved holding hands, as it was his love language. Dymon had an infectious laugh, a beautiful smile, and an even more beautiful soul. He left an impression of himself on everyone fortunate enough to meet him.

Dymon is survived by his strong and loving mother Krissy Lee Foster; his Godmother, Diandria Hardy; Godparents and so many more loving family members and friends.

The family extends a big thank you to the St. Croix Hospice and all the numerous doctors, nurses, medical staff, Christine Buickel, Sheila Evans and Suzanne LaFollette that assisted in the care of Dymon throughout his life.

A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.