Although Dylan struggled with addiction, he had just recently celebrated two years of being clean, and had spent much of his time, and efforts, helping others facing the same demons. Given his outspoken nature, he would have undoubtedly used this as an opportunity to choose honesty over privacy. Especially if it meant there was any chance of saving a life, waking someone up, or preventing anyone from ever trying fentanyl or heroin.
Dylan was born May 31, 1990, to Danny P. Mundy Jr. and Brenda (Mullins) Martin, in Sandusky. He graduated from Western Reserve in 2007, and was an extremely hard worker, most recently with Fineline as part of their sales team.
Dylan was a passionate and loyal man of who lived a life of extremes. He could be your best friend or your worst enemy. He loved Air Jordan shoes, cologne, watches, rap music, exercise, and Hondas, and enjoyed going to the movies with his family and friends. Dylan was undeniably loved, and he showered his nieces and nephews with that same love.
Survivors include his father, Danny P. Mundy Jr.; mother, Brenda (Michael Kanuch) Martin; siblings, Amanda (Josh) Kreps, Derek (Maddy) Mundy, Moriah Kiskaden, Sue Ellen (Charles) Guadagno and David (Jessica) Goodwin; uncles, Eric Mundy and Johnny Mullins; aunts, Patty Hauler and Christine Savage; nieces and nephews, Jillian and Juniper Kreps, MacKenna, Kennedi, Connor and Charlie Kiskaden, Kadence and Gabe Guadagno, Lilly, Isaac and Phoenyx Goodwin; paternal grandparents, Danny (Sandy) Mundy; maternal grandfather, Claude Mullins; and numerous cousins.
Dylan was preceded in death by his maternal grandmother, Sandra Good.
Friends and family are invited to a visitation 12:30-2:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 15, at Walker-Eastman-Heydinger Funeral Home. A brief break for the family will follow from 2:30 p.m. until services at 3 pm.
Memorial contributions may be directed in Dylan’s memory to “Get Mad LLC”, 6790 Tanya Terrace, Reynoldsburg, OH 43068. Get Mad LLC, is a group dedicated to helping people struggling with addiction.
Condolences may be expressed by visiting walkereastmanheydingerfh.com.