Alexander Dalton

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Alexander Charles Dalton

It is with heavy hearts, shock & disbelief that we announce the death of our boy, Asininini – Stone Man - Alexander Charles Dalton, at the age of 23. His journey here ended before we were ready, returning to the spirit world, leaving an unfathomable void. Alex was killed in a horrific hit & run 3 vehicle accident in the evening hours of April 23, 2021. Just taking a quick scoot ‘round the block testing out adjustments while working on his motorcycle. Before making it back home, he was stolen from our world in that unchangeable ripple of time.

Alex was buried at the King families Heritage Farm on Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation on Friday April 30th. Alex was blanketed in an outpouring of love from those closest to him and his family. We are all so grateful to have the love and support from our community, friends and family at this time.

Alex leaves behind his Mom, Andrea King; his Dad, Wayne Dalton; his big sister Kaytee & his “little” brother Jake. Survived by his Nana Diane Dalton and Grandma Karen King predeceased by his Papa, Max King.

Alex remains in the hearts of The Browns; Auntie Katharine, Uncle Andrew, cousins Myles (Maddie) Sylas, Julius & Alysse.  The Kings; Uncle Matt, Aunt Steph, Thyssen & Ethan.  His cousins; Falcon King and Jazmin Sault, their mother Kari Ivany and recently predeceased by his Uncle Karl King.

The Dalton’s; Uncle Larry, Auntie Silvana, Robert, Chiara & Sara.  Alex will be remembered by the hundreds of relationships he has with his extended family on both King & Dalton sides and an immeasurable number of friends and CGC mine co-workers whose lives he touched as he travelled on his path. Special thanks to his pallbearers who represented his crews from all aspects of his life; Myles Brown, Keith Dalton, Craig King, Hayden Atkins, Julien LaFleur, Travis Sinclair, Ethan Lee, Callum McDonald and Brody Case.
“The boy I call my first son left a positive impact on everyone he met. I’m so proud of him and honoured that he chose me as his life giver. 

He loved his existence. He loved his family. He loved his friends. He loved his trucks. He loved his toys.
 He loved hanging with his boys. He loved his freedom.  He savored every moment. He smiled at everyone. He dreamed big, set unrealistic goals and did crazy stupid things!
 He was gorgeous. His blue eyes melted hearts. His magnetic energy filled rooms.
 His voice echoed love for everyone and everything that surrounded him.
 He walked the talk and honoured his connections to the world he inhabited.  –Andrea, aka “Ma” – Chi Adewewin Agwanjin Aazhoge Miigwan Aniishinaabe Kwe

In lieu of flowers, please help us bring Justice to our boy. Donations are being accepted through a GoFundMe campaign to help raise money for a reward for information leading to the arrest of those responsible for Alex’s death. To make a donation please Click Here



Posted by Carla and Wayne on
Sincere condolences to the family....
Posted by Barbara Jackson on
I’m so sorry for your loss, sending heart felt sympathy and prayers!
Such a tragedy and loss of a beautiful young man.
Barb Jackson ♥️
Posted by Chris and Susan Dalton on
We are so sorry for your terrible loss and are sending you many many hugs .Lots of love Uncle Chris and Aunt Susan
Posted by Chris and Susan Dalton on
❤️We are so sorry for your terrible loss and are sending you many many hugs .Lots of love Uncle Chris and Aunt Susan ❤️
Posted by Wally Wydysz on
My condolences to the Dalton’s. I just couldn’t imagine what you must be going through. I really loved Alex. Such a great kid. All the best
Posted by Tara on
I'm so sorry.I can't imagine what you are going thru.You are great parents
I love you both.RIP ALEX..❤️❤️❤️❤️
Posted by Terry L General on
Sending sincere condolences to both the King and Dalton families. Our thoughts, prayers and love are with both families, but especially the King family who we have known for many years. ❤️
Posted by Shirley & Ken Watson on
Sending our sincere condolences to you and the family. our thought and prayers are with you. May knowing others are thinking of you give you strength thru this difficult times. He is with his grandfather and his other ancestors. The creator will hold him in his arms until you meet again.
Posted by Terre and Dan Lawrence on
Sending our deepest condolences. You are in our thoughts and prayers ❤️
Posted by Brenda & Bruce Disher on
Our sincere condolences to the family at this unimaginable time. Take care
Posted by John Tesone on
My condolences to the Dalton and King families.
R.I.P. Alex
Posted by John Tesone on
My condolences to the Dalton and King families.
R.I.P. Alex
Posted by Patti Townsend on
My sincere condolences to the Dalton and King families. His life was stolen. Kaytee, I send you strength. Much love, Townsend
Posted by Donna (Hamilton) Felker on
Our hearts are breaking for all of AlexS friends and family. We, husband Brian and I are keeping you in our hearts and prayers. It is so hard to lose a loved one, so young and full of passion. May he Rest In Peace. Brian and Donna Felker. Nee Hamilton.
Posted by Barb Earl on
My sincere condolences to Wayne and Alex’s entire family. He sounded like he was a sincere gentle and kind young man.
Another bright star in the sky.
Rest In Peace Alex
Posted by Gramma King on
My grandson,my dearest Alex,you have travelled your path.You have reached the end of your journey. Your dreams are here,your everlasting eternity..A.son,grandson with sister,brother uncles,aunts,cousins and so many friends Our Alex Asininini ‘Stone Man ‘ l call him my “ Rock “ Love,Peace,wonderful Memories for all of us.
Posted by Father Sunny Sebastian on
Sincere Condolences and prayers to the family and friends of Alex! May his soul Rest in Peace!

Father Sunny Sebastian
St.Michael's Parish, Dunnville
Posted by Beth Harris on
Andrea and Wayne,
I know we only knew each other because you guys had purchased our house but our boys knew each other. I am so greif stricken when I heard about Alex's life being stolen
Randy and I send you love and strength during this unimaginable time of loss. The similarities in Alex and our son,William's death are even more traumatizing. I'm lost for words but I want you to know that you are not alone. Sending love,strength and hope for some kind of justice.
Much love
Randy and Beth Harris
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