Jason R. DeLong

Born: 01/27/1981 Passed:

Jason R. DeLong

Jason R. DeLong age 36 of East Canton passed away unexpectedly at home March 16th 2017 due to an unforeseen medical complication.

Jason is survived by his mother Dawn Johnson and stepfather Jay Johnson of Massillon; father Jeffery DeLong Sr. of East Canton; brothers Jeffery (Brittany) DeLong Jr. of Louisville and Justin DeLong of East Canton; grandparents Donna and Lloyd Sears of Canton; grandmother Virginia DeLong of East Canton; aunts and uncles, Dennis (Georgia) Border of Florida, Susie Oney of Canton, Deloris Greenwald of Ashland, Dan (Sun) DeLong of San Jose, Robert Jr. (Susie) DeLong of Malvern, Valorie (Michael) Novelli of East Canton and Denise (Kevin) Martin of Canton; many loving cousins, their families, step siblings, friends and families and so very many coworkers.

Jason was preceded in death by his grandfathers’ Dean Border and Robert DeLong Sr.

A memorial service will be held Thursday, March 23rd at 5:00 pm at St. Paul United Church of Christ, 306 W. Church St. in East Canton. Jason’s family will receive friends one hour prior to services at the church. Everyone is invited to join the family at a funeral dinner immediately following the services. In lieu of flowers a donation may be made to the American Diabetes Association in honor of his name at  https://donations.diabetes.org. Condolences and special memories can be shared with the family at www.heritagecremationsociety.com.

Heritage Cremation Society



8 Tributes to Jason R. DeLong

  1. Tammy DeLong says:

    My deepest sympathy to my cousins and Aunt Virginia for your loss. Bob’s and my thoughts and prayers are with you.

    Tammy DeLong/Robert Guyer
    Cuyahoga Falls, OH

  2. Christy Dick says:

    Our family had Kim and Jason over for dinner. Jason literally took over in the kitchen with my son Brenden. Who also likes to cook. Best food ever. You will truly be in our hearts forever and be missed.
    Dale,Christy, Brenden. And Jessica The Dick Family!❤️????????

  3. Cassie Prater says:

    Things will never be the same without that spark of joy that you brought to every person you knew and every conversation you had. It didn’t matter how your life was going… you still wanted to make sure things were going well for me and know if there was anything you could do to help. You were one of the most caring and generous people I have ever known and the world is truly a more grim place for having lost you.


    • jewell johnson laubach says:

      my son and i met jason at his place of work he was telling us about playing santa claus what a wonderful guy he was i justed loved him always smiling god bless his family they are great people so so sorry

  4. Justin says:

    My deepest sympathies to Jason’s family. He was an all around great guy. May you all hold the wonderful memories he provided close in your hearts.

  5. jewell johnson laubach says:

    i loved this guy my son and i met at his place of work he told us about playing santa claus there was so full of life its still so hard to believe what a wonderful person he was god bless his family and what a great family he had

  6. Adam Beans says:

    Jason…. we didn’t know each other too long when we both started at Embassy Suites but the time I worked with you were some of the best times at work. You were a funny guy who always seemed to put a smile on everyone’s face even when having a bad day.. I will value the time I did have working with you and treasure it. Til we meet again bro!

  7. R.P. says:

    Everyone who knew Jason knows that theres a small piece of happiness in our hearts that left with him. I will never forget him, his spirit will forever live in each one of us. He found fun in everything. Always uplifting me if i was having a bad day and thats a rare quality. Enjoy paradise my friend. Ill see you again some day.

Share a Memory