Dustin Stover

May 09, 1984 ‒ September 09, 2020

Delaware, Ohio

Dustin Stover, age 36 formerly of Delaware passed away suddenly, Wednesday, September 9, 2020, in Columbus.

He was born on May 9, 1984, in Columbus, the son of the late Dolly A. Clark and was a graduate of Delaware Hayes High School in 2002.

Forever helpful, he was independent, loving, and a compassionate friend to all. He faced a life of challenges. Dustin loved animals, especially dogs, and spending time with his beloved grandmother.

He is survived by his grandmother Florence Clark of Delaware, brothers Douglas and Brandon Clark, and extended family.

Services will be observed privately by his family.

Arrangements have been entrusted to the Snyder-Rodman Funeral Center in Delaware.

Condolences may be expressed at www.snyderfuneralhomes.com


  • So sorry to hear of Dustin’s passing. He was a friend of all my children and my family for many years. RIP Dustin

  • I am so sorry to hear about Dustin. I will truly miss him. My thoughts and prayers go out to Flo and family during this difficult time.

    • Dawn,

      All the support you have provided through the years has been appreciated. Thank you for your caring sentiments.


  • I am Very sorry to hear about Dustin ! My deepest sympathy and love pours out to you flo ♡ Please know My family is thinking of you and your family ! You have always been such a wonderful grandmother to dustin and just a wonderful person in general. If their is anything you need at all in this hard time, please contact me as i dont have your number – Addy

    • Addy,

      The flowers are lovely. Your presence and caring was beyond thoughtful. Thank you so much for your caring sentiments.

      Flo and family

  • I’m so sorry to hear about this…. Me and Dustin were so close growing up but I haven’t seen him in years.. We were always together and I have so many great memories with him.. i’m so thankful that at least I have those and a few hilarious pictures to remember him by..

    • Peggy,

      Dustin always had a wonderful and lively spirit, thank you for keeping those memories alive. Thank you for sharing your caring thoughts.

      Flo and family

  • It saddens me deeply to hear I have lost another childhood friend. Dustin was always the greatest person to be around when you were sad, and could easily make you laugh about the stupidest things. I have so many memories of him on Klondike Rd as my sister Kendra and I visited him every chance we got. He missed out on a bunch of his DC trip to stay with me because I had broken my foot jumping off some steps because he dared me to. We lost touch over the years but I am thankful for the time spent with him and my memories I will cherish forever. Condolences and my deepest sympathy for his family!

    • Rebecca,

      We love these light hearted stories. Dustin truly could bring out the smiles and laughter. Thank you so much for sharing.

      Flo and fam

  • Dustin was the best person ever always wanting to help and fix something even if you didn’t ask him to lol He loved his friends.. he was just a great friend to me.
    He called me his sister and that’s my brother. I hold all my memories dear to me.. All our Crazy times lol I love you so much Dustin and I miss my Dusty already💔

    • Deanna.

      Dustin truly was a fixer upper. It’s wonderful to hold on to the fun memories. Thank you so much for sharing.

      Flo and fam

  • My name is Debbie. I have been his counselor since July 8th. This is horrifying. Can a family member please call me (614) 600-2256

  • I am so sorry to know this 😞 This lil brother is not the way I saw things working out. In my dreams I would always be able to wrap my arms around you &tell you how much I love you. I am so sorry I never got to meet you. I am so thankful for every conversation. Thank you for letting me know a lil bit about you&your life. All my love your sister,Denise