Dylan Mychael Johnston, 26, of Bellaire, Ohio passed away on Friday, February 24, 2023 at his home in Bellaire, Ohio.
He was born November 13, 1996 a son of Joshua Johnston and Susanne Johnston.
Dylan was a 2015 graduate of Bellaire High School where he was on the Principal’s List and lettered in Thespians. He was also an Eagle Scout and worked at Walmart.
He is survived by his father, Joshua (Kahli Fuller) Johnston, mother, Susanne (Michael McElroy), brothers, Jacob Johnston, Aaron Applegarth, sisters, Tori (Noah) McCabe, Georga (DJ) Schybal, Hannah (Bear) Applegarth, nieces, Scarlett and Brystal, nephew Hunter, and numerous cousins.
Family and friends will be received at the Bauknecht-Altmeyer Funeral Home, 441 37th Street Bellaire Ohio on Friday March 3, 2023 from 2pm until time of funeral services at 4pmwith Bishop Michael Tolliver officiating.
In liue of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to assist the family by going to TMCFUNDING.COM
You were one of the only friends I had growing up, and I looked up to you for many years. I only regret not trying to call you more often, you were always a blast to hang with. It’s beyond tragic you left so soon, I hope everyone hurt by your passing can find peace. Love you cuz
I could tell countless stories on what an amazing person Dylan was. The truth is we all know who he was so there is no need to tell those stories. Regardless of what direction we have gone in life all his friends and people who he has met even in passing will cherish the memories we have with him and I hope he is at peace. I hope he has found clarity and may he be happy.
Dylan you literally was the closest person i had to a brother, over 20 years of memories & one of the most impressionable people in my life & i learned a lot from you. We are all gonna miss you bro. I love you & you will always live on in my heart & mind. Rest Easy.
Fro you were a great dude to hangout with I remember the times we played airsoft you were like a brother to me I wish I had remember all the good times and just remember I will one day meet you again I hope that you’ll be waiting for me at the gates may now rest in peace
Dylan (Fro) was an amazing young man that in one way or another always made an everlasting impression in the lives of everyone who crossed paths with him. I am close to his mom Susey and his aunt Holly our families have been friends for a long time and my children Bre Jeffers and Brandon Delili (aka Lurchy lurch) were very close to Dylan. Dylan always had a smile on his face, always had a kind word and always went out of his way to make sure everyone was ok. I remember Dylan and my son and their group of friends always skate boarding, playing music and just hanging out in general doing whatever they could find to get into it didn’t matter what it was as long as they were all together always looking out for one another and watching and having each other’s backs. Dylan will forever be in our hearts and minds and will be missed. My condolences to Dylan’s family, you are all in my thoughts and prayers. Love and miss you Dylan fly high with the angels the world definitely lost an amazing soul.
Dylan was a true light in my life, from the moment I met him til the last time we talked about a week ago he always put a smile on my face and always knew exactly what I needed to hear. Although I may have only known him a few years he impacted me greatly and everyone else who came into contact with him. He was a wonderful person and I hope he finds his peace wherever he may be now. Until we meet again Dylan. You’ll always have a giant piece of my heart.
My thoughts and prayers are with the family. Dylan was a good kid. He will be missed.
We may not have talked towards the end but there was a time I called you my brother. I wish things had went differently between us. I remember having some amazing times with you even when we were just being dumb kids.
Dylan was a great person and it pains me that he was taken too soon. I send my condolences to the family and can only hope that he finds peace in whatever is after this life.
It still doesn’t seem real. It’s like yesterday we were still in school with the group hanging out and being crazy. I just saw you the other day at work and in the blink of an eye your gone. You will be forever missed fro. Rest easy.
Even though we haven’t talked in years, Dylan will always be a part of my memory. He was a great friend. I’ll always remember all of our friends hanging out together and having the best times. You’ll be forever missed, Dylan! Every time I hear “Bullets” by Hollywood Undead and any Seether song, I’m going to think of you, like I always have.