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A boy’s life

Spirited, caring and outgoing, Dylan Redwine leaves a big hole with his disappearance
‘Seriously ... call someone’

The following is a text exchange between Ryan Nava and Dylan Redwine that starts early afternoon Nov. 18 with the two swapping banter about their prowess with females.

At 5:40 p.m., Dylan tells his friend that his plane has landed, and Ryan

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Dylan was a constant text-messager. His fingers would speed across the phone screen as he spun out messages to friends in Bayfield and Colorado Springs.

He couldn’t wait for Christmas, when his mother was planning to give him a

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A boy’s life

A 4-year-old Dylan Redwine, left, scowls at the camera while attending his cousin’s wedding with his mother, Elaine, his father, Mark Redwine, and his brother, Cory Redwine, far right.
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Remembering fun summer days playing in the Pine River, Ryan Nava, left and Wesley Herring talk about their friend Dylan Redwine, who has been missing since Nov. 19.
Kaitlynn Boldt, 20, Dylan Redwine’s cousin, holds back tears as she recounts the last time she saw him. Those who know the 13-year-old say his family is an important part of his life.
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“He is like a brother. I love him,” says 13-year-old Joe Ceballos, a close friend of Dylan Redwine. Joe stands in the street in front of his home in Colorado Springs where he, Dylan and other friends played football.
A photograph of Ryan Nava’s text messages on his cellphone show part of the exchange he sent to Dylan Redwine in the hours leading up to Dylan’s disappearance.
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