Jayson Allen Bickley

May 22, 1981 ‒ February 28, 2017

Marysville, Ohio
Formerly of Ashley, Ohio

Jayson Allen Bickley, 35, of Marysville and formerly of Ashley, passed away unexpectedly Tuesday afternoon, February 28, 2017 at the Ohio State University Medical Center in Columbus.

He was born May 22, 1981 in Mesa, Arizona to the Jay A. Bickley and Deborah Norris.

Jayson worked as a painter and he enjoyed golfing, playing pool, bowling and cooking on the grill. He was an avid OSU Buckeye fan and enjoyed watching them whenever he could and he was a member of the former Delaware Elks Lodge.

Left to cherish his memory is his wife, Wendy (Caldwell); daughters, Skylar Raven Bickley of Ashley and Ava Grace Peffers of Marengo; step daughters, Kaylee Faye Hubbard and Kali Ann Marie Kunkle of Marysville and Kaitlynn Nicole Kunkle of Cardington; his mother, Deb (Steve) Best of The Woodlands, Texas; his father, Jay Bickley of Marblehead; brother, Jeremy (Tori) Bickley of Ashley; sister, Morgan Jane Bickley of Delaware; nephew, Stone Bickley of Ashley; father-in-law, Sandy Caldwell of Delaware.

The family will receive friends on Sunday, March 5, 2017 from 2 – 5 pm at the Bennett-Brown-Rodman & Snyder Funeral Home, 307 E. High Street, Ashley, OH where funeral services will be held on Monday, March 6, 2017 at 11:00 am with Pastor Ryan Skelton officiating. Burial will follow in Ashley Union Cemetery. In honor of Jayson, the family requests OSU attire.

The Bennett-Brown-Rodman & Snyder Funeral Home is honored to serve the Bickley family.

To share a fond memory of Jayson or to offer a condolence to his family, please visit www.snyderfuneralhomes.com

  • My heart breaks for you guys. I’m so sorry may God be with you all.
    Love and prayers

  • Our hearts go out to the family in their time of loss. Morgan Jane ( Jayson’s sister) misses her brother and loved him very much. She wants everyone to know her brother was very loving and kind hearted. He loved her very much as she did him. He carried her with him everywhere he went on his arm. (Tattoo) He was so happy to have a baby sister and was very protective of her and always giving his thoughts on what he thought was best for her. He would make her laugh with his witty jokes and playing around with her. ( she says he was always so protective mom). His former step-sister has fond memories of him playing with her when she was little, he would even play Polly pockets with her. Bethanie states she has so many good memories of him as her step brother and loved him. Jayson will be sadly missed by myself also, as I stayed in contact with him as an adult. May God give his family comfort and strength in this time. We have you in our prayers. Love, His sister Morgan, Bethanie, Brandi and Tony Rigel❤❤

  • My heart is just breaking for you Deb and you family.no family should have to go through this. I and my family is so sorry for your loss.may God help you through this.The Jefferies Family

  • I am sorry for your loss.i habe been friends with Jayson for many years most of my life in fact. he was a great friend, father, son and many other things. The world is a worse place for losing him. he will be missed by many.

  • I am so sorry for your loss. It has been many years since I have seen Jayson, but remember him as a student at Buckeye Valley East always smiling. My heart goes out to his family as I know he will be missed. Mrs. Seely

  • We are truly broken hearted. You are all in our hearts and prayers. Love you all and may the Lord ease your pain. RIP COUSIN

  • Hey Jayson,
    So sad to hear your passing. We shared so many great times together, though they were years ago, all the memories seem like yesterday! I was there when you knocked it in from 120 for eagle, you were there for me when I needed a ride for that entire year, I will never forget the cincy trip or the night we stayed in Yellow Springs!! The good times were endless. I pray for all members of your family and hope God shines his light brighter than ever for everyone involved in such a sad situation.

  • My condolences goes out to his family and his wife myself and Buster met Jason and Wendy in Delaware playing pool he will truly be missed and may God get you guys through these hard time

  • You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. May God give you comfort during your time of need.

  • I haven’t talked to Jayson in years but I’ll always remember our springs and summers filled with ball. Coach Dave and Coach Jay getting on our cases for goofing off in the dugout. The original crew… Eli, Levi, Jonathan, Greg, David, Tim, Eric, Jayson… Those were the days…

    My thoughts and prayers are with his family.


  • Rest in Heaven Jayson, You will be greatly missed! To the Family, So sorry for your loss!