Jorrell was a caring, and loving young boy. He always made sure everyone had what they needed. He loved his brothers, and his mother and step-father with all his heart. He also was close to his aunty Amandy, and if he needed something, he knew Aunty would be there. He loved his uncles also and was always happy to see them. Everyone loved Jorrell and loved being around him. He will be missed. Jorrell loved when his grandma, Caroline Quinney, would come to visit. He would be so happy when she showed up at his place, and he would say "Kokom is here!" and run to her. Jorrell always had a "hi" and "smile" to welcome his family when they came to visit. He was a sweet, loving, caring and respectful boy. He will always be in our hearts. We will meet again on the other side one day. We will always have the good memories of you "son", "chit-chims", "cousin", "brother", "chapan".
Jorrell is survived by: his mother, Calandra Dillon; his step-father, Nelson Gladue; his biological father, Earl Benjamin Chief; his brothers, Romeo Jarrett Dillon, and Dyson James Dillon; his uncles, Junior Harry Dillon (Amanda), Cassidy Dillon (Deedee), Talion Dillon (Elinor), and Isaac Louis Thompson; his aunties, Amandy Lynn Dillon, Lisa, Jennifer, Josephine, Angeline, and Tracey Dillon (Dana); his uncles from his biological father's side, Steven, Burt, Mike, and Lucas; his aunt from his biological father's side, Melissa Chief; his grandma, Caroline Lynn Quinney; his Chapans, Florence Montana "Have a safe journey home! I love you xox", and Jimmy Quinney; and numerous nieces, nephews, and other relatives.
He is predeceased by: his grandpa, Harry Elwood Dillon; his grandma, Betty Chief; and his cousin, Talyn Dillon.
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