Dustin J. Blackmon

Born: Mon., Nov. 9, 1987
Died: Wed., Aug. 28, 2019


Visitation

4:00 PM to 6:00 PM, Thu., Sep. 05, 2019
Location: Frame Funeral Home


Memorial Service

6:00 PM Thu., Sep. 05, 2019
Location: Frame Funeral Home


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Duke Center, PA                 “Beloved Son, Brother, and Friend”

Dustin J. Blackmon, 31, of Duke Center, Passed away on Wednesday (August 28th, 2019).

Born November 9th, 1987 in Olean NY, he was a son of Stanley Blackmon and Regina Marino Lawson.

Dustin was a 2006 graduate of Otto-Eldred High School and had been a longtime resident of Duke Center.

He had been employed at the Hershey Creamery Company in Harrisburg, PA.

Dustin loved fishing and performing magic tricks, but his biggest love of all was music.

Surviving are his mother; Regina (Timothy) Lawson of Duke Center; three brothers, Jason Gilliland of Poughkeepsie, NY, Brandon Gilliland of Fredonia, NY, and Timothy (Melissa) Lawson of Allegany, NY; a sister, Jamie (Bruce) Wilcox of Eldred; a special paternal aunt, Ann Ide of Bolivar, NY; and several nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his father, Stanley Blackmon in January 2018.

Friends may call on Thursday (September 5th, 2019) at the Frame Funeral Home, Eldred from 4:00 to 6:00 pm, at which time a memorial service will be held with the Rev. Rick Price officiating. 

In lieu of flowers, the family asks memorial contributions to be made to “Dustin’s Fund”, care of: Mrs. Regina and Timothy Lawson, P.O. Box 64, Duke Center, PA 16729 to assist the family with medical and funeral expenses.

 

 

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Hallie Kleiner
   Posted Tue September 03, 2019
Dusty was such a kind person and it was the very first impression he made on me. I’m so sad to see that he’s gone. I hadn’t seen him in a long time, but I have the best memories of him singing random made-up songs to make people laugh or to cheer them up. He was a good one. My condolences to his family.

Paula Vance
   Posted Tue September 03, 2019
Your family is in my prayers for comfort & guidance.

Adam Hewitt and Jessica Hewitt (Kline)
   Posted Tue September 03, 2019
Our thoughts and prays are with you all. Dustin will be missed and will be in our thoughts due to all the funny jokes he would always tell us and the good times we had with him.

margaret regis
   Posted Wed September 04, 2019
regina, my thoughts and prayers are with you, dusty was a sweet. kind, talented young man. I will treasure the many times I got to see him. may pur Lord bless him and welcome him into heaven
love you

Michelle Robertson
   Posted Thu September 05, 2019
My sincerest condolences to you and your family for your loss. Dustin was such an incredibly kind, generous and sincere person. His smiles, shared laughs and "Twin Birthday" wishes each November 9th that we shared at our lockers will never be forgotten. This special connection drew us together immediately. Thank you for bringing Dustin into this world for the rest of us to have the pleasure of having him in our lives. He truly left a lasting impression in my life and holds a very special place in my heart forever. I am forever grateful for having the privilege of knowing Dustin. God bless you and your family during this difficult time. Please know that Dustin will be missed by many as you have raised a very special person who touched many lives.

Sincerest Regards,
Michelle L. Robertson (Love)

Danielle Norgrove Sorokes
   Posted Fri September 06, 2019
The news of Dustin has broken my spirit and it pains me even more that I couldn’t be there for his memorial today. There was something about Dustin that made me look to him like a little brother, but that’s how much I cared for him while we worked together at Tasta Pizza. He had such a fun-loving free spirit and I will forever cherish the Gary Fisher bike we bought from him just as I hope he got a lot of enjoyment out of the guitar(s) he bought off my now husband. I will always remember his little snicker of a laugh and his “go-with-the-flow” infectious attitude. He will be missed and his legacy will be remembered always.