Dominic James Sayko, native of Boise, passed away on
February 13, 2016. Memorial services will be held at 1 pm on Friday, February
in celebration of his life, preceded by a viewing from 12-1pm.
The LDS Church, 701 S Curtis Rd, Boise, ID will be hosting the service. Bishop
Dennis Durrant from Kuna will be officiating. Funeral consummation will be held
at the Kuna Cemetery.
Dominic was born on July 18
, 1995, at
St. Luke’s Hospital in Boise, Idaho to a loving mother, Rebecca Anne Hubble and
father, James Richard Sayko. LaVell and Kathleen Hunter were surrogate
grandparents and played a large part in Dominic’s upbringing at their Kuna
farm. LaVell wasn’t often seen working outside without Dominic trailing far
behind or riding on his shoulders. He developed many strong ethics that all
ranch hands should have in their toolkit. He enjoyed working with “Grandpa” on
cars or whatever he was doing at the time. Later on in his life, James would
assist Dominic in his early teenage years to ensure that his boy grew up
strong. Rebecca’s loving embrace for her youngest child always meant that
Dominic had caring hands to lean on if he needed it unconditionally. Dominic
also had his sisters, Brandy, Alex, and Angela nearby offering their
unconditional love. Being outdoors was one of Dominic’s favorite places to be,
experiencing nature and relaxing. If he wasn’t there, you could find him
dancing with friends or listening to music. He also enjoyed a tasty slice of
pizza to the enth degree. He had many friends throughout his short life. He
loved to camp, fish, cook, and make people laugh. His contagious laughter would
brighten any room.
Dominic graduated from Frank Church High in 2014. He
is survived by his mother, Rebecca Anne Hubble; father, James Richard Sayko;
sisters, Brandy Lynn Hubble, Alexandria Mae Hubble, and Angela Hope Sayko;
brother, Bailey Sayko; nieces, Isabella and Elizabeth; and nephews, Tysun and
Eugene. Most recently he resided with his near brother and friend since junior
high, Matt Thurlow, and his family Brenda and Samantha Thurlow.
God has another angel in His midst, as Dominic joins
his grandfather, David Allen Hubble and his grandmother, Judith Holly Martin.
“Do not judge a song by its duration
Nor by the number of its notes
Judge it by the richness of its contents
Sometimes those unfinished are among the most
Author of a “Young Life Cut Short”
“He who loves his life loses it, and he who hates
his life in this world will keep it to life eternal.”