Jeremy Matthew Bardash

Born: 01/09/1989 Passed:

Jeremy Matthew Bardash age 31 passed away February 12, 2020 in Canton, Ohio.  He loved music and was an avid self-taught guitar player.

He leaves behind three children, Katrina Bardash (11) of Alliance, Ohio, Grace Mihai (2) and Jay Haynes (2) of Edgar Springs, Missouri; parents, mom and stepfather Peggy Griffith-Stevenson and Ollie Stevenson of Edgar Spring, Missouri, father, Ron Bardash of Mineral City, Ohio; brothers, Justin Bardash of Navarre, Ohio, Andrew Bardash of Canton, Ohio; niece, Emma Bardash (Justin’s Daughter) of Navarre, Ohio; maternal grandparents, Peggy and Ed Walker of Lancaster, Ohio; paternal grandparents, Darryl and Lillian Selinsky of Canton, Ohio; longtime friend, Joe Vissoc of Canton, Ohio; numerous aunts, uncles and cousins

He was preceded in death by maternal grandfather, Richard A Griffith.

A Celebration of Life will be held April 11th, 2020 from 2-5pm at Foltz Community Center located at 224 N Wood St, East Canton, Ohio 44730. Please come and share your memories of Jeremy.

Condolences and special memories can be shared with the family online at

Heritage Cremation Society





4 Tributes to Jeremy Matthew Bardash

  1. Peggy Griffith-Stevenson says:

    Jerm I miss you so much. It wasn’t supposed to go like this. My heart is hurting so much. I love you more than you will ever know. I will forever share the great memories we had with all of your children. You will forever be in our hearts.
    Love, Mom

  2. Joseph Vissoc says:

    Brother, I remember everything so vividly… staying up late at eachother’s houses, listening to music or playing guitar. Playing video games and watching great movies. We used to laugh at everything and entertain ourselves for hours. Words can’t describe the pain and heartache I feel… I feel like a part of me was stolen from me, a part of me that is now a memory and energy engraved into my soul. My brother, I love you, you will forever be missed. Until we meet again.

  3. Ryan Leasure says:

    Jeremy, i dont remember much of my childhood but i still remember the day i met you way back in middle school. You were so full of energy it was contagious. Through the years we shared many memories which i will cherish forever and although for these last few years we walked separate paths and grew apart you will always hold a permanent place in my heart and in my mind. I love you man. Rock on brother.

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