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Clement Wynn Jones

November 15, 1941 ~ February 3, 2022 (age 80)

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Dana, Ind.  - Clement "Wynn" Jones of rural Dana, "Horseshoe", passed away at 4:08 a.m. EST on Thursday, February 3, 2022, in Union Hospital ICU from complications from Covid pneumonia.

Wynn was born on November 15, 1941, the son of Clement D. and Violet (Creamer) Jones in Judyville, Indiana. He married Beverly Kyger on June 30, 1963 at Hopewell Friends Church, Quaker, Indiana. They traveled along side by side though their life's journey.

Survivors include their children, Angela (Nathan) Kiefer of Mansfield, Ohio; Wyndy (Jeff) Tucker of Noblesville, Indiana; Cyndy (Tim) Woodard of Tuscaloosa, Alabama and Amy (Jason) Kelly of Springfield, Missouri. 10 grandchildren: Rick, Andrew, Megan, Stephanie, Emily, Matthew, Adam, Ben, Chloe and Deaglan; 4 great-grandchildren: Reese, Audrey, Weston and Hudson.

Also surviving are his sisters: Donna Lynn Van Leer, Connie Wilson and Debra Stwarczek; brother: Anthony Jones, and sister-in-law: Debbie Jones. He also had a very special Uncle Gary Jones, and cousins Cindy and Larry Engelkus.

Wynn was preceded in death by his parents, his younger brother, John who was a barber in Attica, Indiana and sister, Launa Jones.

Wynn graduated from his beloved Catlin High School in 1959. He had such a special place in his heart for his classmates and school. After graduation he enlisted in the United States Navy. During those three years he went to Corp School at Great Lakes and then transferred to Pensacola Naval Hospital where he spent the rest of his three years.

After getting married and having a family, he decided he wanted to raise Angus cattle. So when his twin daughters decided to join 4-H he had them show cattle. He then became involved with 4-H. All of his daughters were in 4-H so he felt he needed to be involved too.

His love for the Navy kept calling him back. So he re-enlisted in the Naval Reserves. He was able to go on active duty for 2 years as a Recruiter for doctors, nurses, and dentist. He really felt he was helping those he recruited succeed and accomplish their dreams. He retired from the Navy Reserves at 60 years old, HM1CWJonesUSNR RET was then how he was identified on all insurance and government documents. Retiring from the Naval Reserve Center, of Indianapolis, Indiana in 2000. He later retired from Richard L. Roudebush VA Medical Center in Indianapolis, Indiana in October 2003.

Wynn and his wife bought a motor-home and started traveling. He discovered he loved computers and started sharing what he knew with people he met along the road. He was soon called, "The Traveling Computer Guy." He never charged, "whatever it is worth to you, is worth to me." The motor-home was sold in 2019 but he still would take care of his customers remotely.

Wynn was a member of the Hopewell Friends Church and he truly loved his church and his church family.

Wynn's family is very thankful and appreciative for every thought and prayer lifted up, and for all of the love and kindness shared.

Funeral services: 2 p.m. EST Saturday, February 12, 2022 at DeVerter Funeral Home in Cayuga, Indiana; Officiating: Pastors Ramona and Paul Trover; Burial with Honors: Thomas Cemetery in Newport, Indiana; Visitation: Noon EST Saturday, February 12, 2022 until time of services. Contributions may be made to the D.A.V., P.O. Box 14301, Cincinnati, Ohio 45250-0301; Hopewell Friends Church, C/O Joe Ellis, 3398 West 200 South, Dana, Indiana 47847 or Autism Society of Indiana, 10255 Commerce Drive, Carmel, Indiana 46032.

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February 12, 2022

12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
DeVerter Funeral Home
215 North Division
Cayuga, IN 47928

Funeral Service
February 12, 2022

2:00 PM
DeVerter Funeral Home
215 North Division
Cayuga, IN 47928

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