Dalton Paul Castle

Dalton Paul Castle

Dalton Paul Castle, 21, of Brookings, Oregon, died in his father’s family home in Louisa, Kentucky on June 20, 2021.  He was born April 1, 2000 on the Marine Corps Base in Twenty Nine Palms, California, son of Kelli Lynn Castle-Senior and Joseph Dean Castle.   He attended Condor Elementary and Kalmiopsis Elementary, then graduated from both Azalea Middle School and Brookings Harbor High School after moving here to Brookings where he played soccer, football, baseball and many other various activities.  

Dalton is survived by his mother Kelli Lynn Castle-Senior and stepdad Micah Elisha Senior; his sister Erin Leigh Anderson, his brother Dawson Decker Senior and his step brother Cameron Nicholas Senior.  He also leaves his maternal grandparents Lynn Carol Wallace-Hyatt and James Lee Hyatt of Mayfield, Utah and Montgomery, Louisiana, and his maternal great grandmother Nadine Carol Wallace of Brookings, Oregon.  He is also survived by his best friends, many close friends, uncles, aunts and cousins.  

His Viewing will be on July 8th from 5-7pm with his Funeral starting at 7pm at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints at 770 Elk Dr, here in Brookings and a Celebration of Life on July 11th at 2pm at the Sportshaven Beach.

An account was opened at Rogue Credit Union under the D Castle Memorial Fund  account number 6000721795 if you would like contribute to his funeral proceedings.

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