Dalton Kenneth Alloco
December 10, 1993 - December 12, 2021
In his younger years, he enjoyed playing baseball, soccer, and wrestling. He loved the Boston Red Sox baseball team since he was little, was a big football fan, and rooted for the Boston Celtics NBA team.
Dalton was an old soul. His music reflected that with some of his favorites, Pink Floyd, The Grateful Dead, and The Allman Brothers Band. Music was a big part of his life. He was a skilled writer and an avid reader, one of his favorite authors was Stephen King.
He was a free spirit and loved to travel, from the gem shows in Arizona to the mountains of Colorado, he was always finding adventure. He had a love and appreciation for nature and was extremely resourceful. He showed kindness to everyone he met along the way, making some very meaningful connections. He had a special place in his heart for his family and friends, especially his nephew, Finley, who adored him, and his dogs, Biskit and Behr. He was so down-to-earth and non-judgemental with such peaceful energy.
Dalton was always willing to help anyone in need. Always lived in the moment, letting his experience and resourcefulness guide his journey. He never complicated life, was a simple man at heart who followed his own path experiencing more in his 28 years than most people do throughout their lifetime.
Dalton of Swain, NY has passed away on December 12, 2021, at the age of 28. He is predeceased by his grandparents, Victor & Helen Alloco; uncles, Ken Alloco, Barry "Bear" Alloco & Victor "Corky" Alloco. He is survived by his parents, Roger Alloco & Lori Bugman; sisters, Helen Alloco & Cassidy Alloco; nephew, Finley Bugman; grandparents, Glenn & Lana Raye James; aunts & uncles, Eric James, Deanna Gelser, Richard (Sharon) Alloco, Frank (Debbie) Alloco, Deb Alloco, & Dawn Alloco; many cousins & dear friends.
Dalton's life story will be shared during his visitation at the funeral home, 1411 Vintage Lane, 14626 on Saturday, January 22nd from 1-4 PM
In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to Open Door Mission Homeless Shelter, 210 W. Main St, Rochester, NY 14614 OR online: https://opendoormission.com/split-fund