Jonathon D. Myer

  • Born: May 30, 1977
  • Died: May 31, 2020
  • Location: Cave Creek, Arizona

Busch Funeral and Crematory Services

21369 Center Ridge Road
Fairview Park, OH 44116
Tel. (440) 333-9774

Tribute & Message From The Family

Loving Father, Son and Brother

Jonathon D. Myer, 43. Beloved father of Ainsley Blanche; cherished son of David W. and Susan (nee Crowley) Myer; loving brother of Christopher D. Myer; and dear uncle of Austin and Ashleigh. He was also a nephew, cousin and friend to many. Adopted father of Ruby Sue and Penelope Rose. Jonathon was an original person who lived big. His passion in life was being with friends and family, especially his daughter "Bug", who was his world. Passed away suddenly on May 31, 2020 in Cave Creek, AZ. A memorial service will be held at John Knox Presbyterian Church, 25200 Lorain Road, North Olmsted on Wednesday, June 17, 2020 at 10am. Friends may call the Busch Funeral Home, 21369 Center Ridge Road from 4-8pm on Tuesday, June 16. 440-333-9774


Condolence & Memory Journal

I love you my friend, and I know you are still guiding many of us from beyond! I can still hear your voice at times. Losing you hurt me deeply. In fact, it took me this long (10 months) to accept your passing. Writing this means you’re really gone. But, I know you are forever with all of us via the heart.

Cannot believe it’s been almost a year. I must say, you didn’t miss much this past year. However, you were correct about the vaccine for COVID-19 long before it was officially announced. I wish I could pick up the phone and call you one last time. Thanks for always being a true friend!! You always had my back, even when you knew I was wrong. You’d do anything for a friend and there was no one quite like you... surely, one of a kind. Nothing but love for ya brother.

To the Myer family,
There’s nothing I could possibly write that would change the grief you’ve endured since losing Jonathon. You should be proud to have raised such a beautiful, caring and loving son. Although he left us far too soon, his spirit never will. Thank you for creating such a charismatic soul. I know how much he loved you all because he had nothing but kind words to share about his family. Especially you Miss Ainsley— please don’t forget what he taught you. He’s watching over you, guiding from a distance. He will be with you forever in the heart, mind and spirit.

Posted by E Mark Wolf - Friend   April 02, 2021

I am so sorry to hear this and so surprised. He was such a friendly nice person. There was no such thing as a stranger to Jonathan and he was always there to help. My sympathies to the family. Michelle Quackenbush, Friend, Phoenix AZ

Posted by Michelle Quackenbush - SCOTTSDALE, AZ - Friend   July 01, 2020

Jon was larger than life itself, and I know that sounds cliche, but so true about this man. His love of his family in Ohio and most of all, the love and commitment to his daughter is what I will always remember him by.

Posted by Tim Farrell - Phoenix, AZ - Friend   June 24, 2020

I remember playing sports with Jon. He was always a good competitor and a kind person. He will be missed. May Jesus Christ provide comfort during this time.

Posted by Michael Coughlin - Pickerington, OH - Classmate   June 18, 2020


My deepest sympathies to you, Sue and Dave. My heart aches for your loss. May you and your family feel deep abiding peace. Carol Kerr

Posted by Carol Kerr - Rittman, OH - Family Friend   June 16, 2020

Rest in Peace brother. May the Lord welcome you into his kingdom. Prayers for you and your family. With Respect and Love, The Guirola Family.

Posted by Benjamin Guirola - Fort Worth, TX - Friend   June 09, 2020

Margi Cook and Chris Dourlaris

Posted by Chris Dourlaris - Cave Creek, AZ - Neighbor   June 09, 2020

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