Donald Allen Long Sr.

Allen was born on March 5, 1975 in Dover, New Jersey to Crail Lee Long and Ada Marie Campbell. He married the love of his life Amy Michele Long on August 27, 2016. Allen enjoyed his life in many places such as Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Alabama, Florida, Georgia and many more including his final in Texas.
Allen attended Pennsylvania State where he received a scholarship playing football and obtained his Engineering Degree. He was a business owner where his wife and him ran a cleaning and repair business. He was known as “He-Man” by his wife, “Superman” by his sons and “Hero Daddy” and “Daddy Donald Duck” by his daughter. His family could not have more proud of the man he was. He was a member of Central Baptist Church where he sang in the choir and was a member of many groups within. He strived daily to be the best man that he could and gave it his all right up to his last breathe.
On February 13, 2017 at the age of 41 Allen suffered a major seizure followed by a heart attack in which ended his journey here on Earth and he joined his father Crail Lee Long in heaven at 1am from the St. Joseph’s Emergency in Bryan, Texas.
Survivors include his wife, Amy Michele Long, his Children Donald Jr. (DJ), Alexander (Alex), Bailie, Jonathan, William and Briona, his mother Ada, sisters Kelly, Sherry Ann, and Melissa, and many nieces and nephews and other extended family members.
Family and friends are invited to a visitation from 6 until 8 p.m. Friday, February 17, 2017 at the Callaway-Jones Funeral Center at 3001 S. College Ave in Bryan. His life will be celebrated with a memorial service at 2 p.m. Saturday, February 18, at Central Baptist Church. Services are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Centers of Bryan College Station.


  1. This still has not fully set in for me. I assisted with trying to revive you and can’t imagine a life without you in it. I love you and will miss you always. Your loving wife Amy Long

  2. My only blood brother, I did not have the joy of growing up with you. But I couldn’t have loved you more even if I had.
    So strange to find we had so much in common, and our conversations came easy. The silences were never awkward or strained. I love you always and will miss you until I see you again. Run with the Wolves and kiss Daddy for me.

  3. U were a kind man. I always felt comfort in talking to you in school. I wish I could be there at your service. But RIP Don. Sad to see another fellow classmate gone so soon.

  4. So sorry to hear of your loss. May you find peace in the days ahead that only God can supply.

  5. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. Love Jadene and Wayne Walts

  6. I am deeply sorry to hear of his passing. Sending prayers to all the family. He maybe be gone but will never be forgotten.

  7. To my only brother, on how I miss you so much. I know that we where never close at all . Even when we where younger and growing up. But to see you grow up as my little brother. Into a man and then becoming a father and then a husband to Amy. I wish that I could have spoken to you before that God had asked you home. All I know is that you are in peace and you are with Daddy and Aunt Nancy. Until I see you again I love you and miss you little brother.

  8. Son was a very decent man that I got really close to and when he died I felt really sad that I never got the chance to be closer to him since we separated in Alabama. God bless him and his family.


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