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Allday, Jonathan A.

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May 31, 1958 - December 29, 2015

Allday, Jonathan A.

Jon passed away on the evening of December 29th, 2015.

Jon was born in the town of Bishops Stortford, England on May 31st, 1958. He was the third and youngest child of Alice and Dennis Allday.

Survived by Wife, Fran Allday; Daughter, Chloe Allday; Son-in-law, Bryan Etzel; Grandson, Max; Sister and Brother-in-law, Lynne and Ron Greene; Brother and Sister-in-law, David and Jane Allday; Nieces and Nephew, Leah Reynolds, Becky Allday and Matt Staplehurst.

Memorial Service will be held on Sunday, January 10th at 2pm at Aria Funeral Home. 19310 Preston Rd. Dallas, TX 75252

The Family will receive friends and loved ones following the service at The Etzel residence, 3605 Wellington Place, Plano, TX 75075

In lieu of flowers, memorials can be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

Jon will be dearly missed and will be in our hearts always.

Arrangements under the direction of
ARIA Cremation Service and Funeral Home
19310 Preston Road
Dallas, Texas 75252
214-306-6700

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Charline Keaton

November 02, 2019 3:26PM

SOOO sorry to read about Jon. Let us know if you need anything.


Charline Keaton

November 02, 2019 1:31PM

Soooooo sorry about Jon - my thoughts are with you.


Richard Penney

January 10, 2016 7:34PM

My thoughts are with you Jon and with your family and friends. An amazing friend and neighbour. One of the kindest and most sincere and thoughtful people I ever had the privilege to know and fun as well, from dubious sessions on home made wine, playing squash, fixing something that was broken, a holiday in Majorca and my massively memorable visit to Texas. Thanks for the memories they will always be cherished.


Ellen Morrissy

January 10, 2016 7:14PM

Chloe, my heart goes out to you and your mom for the incredibly painful loss of your dear dad. I only met him once I think; when we went to New York, but I remember him as such a friendly, kind man. I wish I could take your pain away but I know I can't. I'm so glad you've got Bryan, baby Max and your mom to help see you through this. I know Jenna is brokenhearted as are a lot of people; such a great tribute to the kind of man your dad was. Hang on tight to your memories; they'll see you through as well as knowing you WILL see him again. It's just for now sweetie...just for now. Hugs and love.


Alison Kirkwood

January 09, 2016 1:51PM

Chloe I have so many memories of your dad. He was always smiling with those twinkling blue eyes. And when we were young his natural charm and cheekiness meant he got away with so many things when Lynne and I got into trouble with Aunty Alice. One of my fondest memories is the day Jon passed his driving test. I think he was living in Dorking. He drove all the way over to our house in Hoddesdon to take me out for a drive because he was so thrilled at having passed first time! I was 2 years older and still hadn't passed my test. I can still feel his excitement and his pride. Your dad was always special and although I didn't see enough of him recently I will miss him.


Richard Simester

January 09, 2016 12:00PM

A friend who will be sadly missed. Will never forget the laughs and good times we had together.


James Pikulinski

January 09, 2016 8:36AM

I am honored to have had Jon as a friend for the past 15 years. Always quick with a smile or a helping hand with with my British car. He will be missed, but never forgotten.


Julie

January 08, 2016 1:57PM

There would never be enough words. You were always just there, time would pass and then there would be the message...hey how you doing?....I will miss that! Memories, at least the people that loved you have those! A song, a place.....I have known you for over 40 years, a love lost, a treasured friend, I will never forget you, always in my heart x


Jackie Hull

January 06, 2016 8:33AM

Dearest Jon
Although a few years since I last saw you, your cheeky smile will always be with me. Many happy memories of the two of us spending time together as children and young adults - from saving me on the rounderbout in Bishops Stortford to chasing the boys away at school for me on the football pitch. Always my perfect cousin! luv Jackie