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Obituary for Jonathan E. Clymer
Jonathan E. Clymer, 69 of St Elmo passed away Saturday, November 19, 2011 at his home in St.Elmo Illinois. Funeral Services were entrusted to Kull Funeral Home in St. Elmo IL. Jonathan Edwards Clymer was born on September 17, 1942 in Lincoln, Illinois the fourth child of Leonard and Florence Dean-Clymer. After meeting the love of his life, he married: Alberta B. Howell on February 19, 1988 in Henderson, Kentucky. Jonathan was a Guard at the Joliet Federal Prison, worked on construction out of the local union hall, and was an over the road truck driver for many years. His last employment was at the Petro Truck Stop in Effingham working as a cashier. He most enjoyed working with his coin and stamp collections as hobbies. E-5 SGT Clymer served his country well in the US Army receiving an Honorable Discharge for 22 years, 5 months, and 8 days of service. His overseas duty included Operation Desert Storm and Kuwait. SURVIVORS: Wife:Alberta Beulah Howell-ClymerSt. Elmo, Illinois Married February 19, 1988 of 24 years In Henderson, Kentucky 4-- Sons:Jay Edward (Karen) ClymerSedan, Kansas Keith Edward (Lori) LittleAltamont, Illinois Ray Allen (Gloria) HissongEdgewood, Illinois Michael Scott (Becky) HissongBrownstown, Illinois 4-Daughters:Juanita WorthyPerry, Florida Victoria (Carlos) TeranFort Walton, Florida Cassandra Nichole (Fiancթ Edward Frey) ClymerSt. Elmo, Illinois Jeannie Yvonne (Rick) HamesAlma, Illinois Bro Brother:Samuel (Nelda) KistlerVandalia, Illinois Sister:Mila Dush Vandalia, Illinois 28 Grandchildren and 14 Great Grandchildren Several Nieces, Nephews and Friends. PROCEEDED IN DEATH BY: Parents:Leonard Willis Clymer Florance Albina Dean Brother:David Clymer at 3 years Old Lighning struck and killed both his brother and father Brother-in-law:James Dush PALLBEARERS: Denver Brewer Bruce Dush Edward Frey Ray Hissong Michael Hissong Keith Little "I shall only pass through this world but once. If I can show any kindness or do any goodness let me do it now, for I shall not pass this way again."
11:00 am Saturday, November 26,2011
Services will be conducted by Kull Funeral Home at the First Baptist Church, Altamont Illinois.
9:00 am. till 11:00 am. Saturday November 26, 2011
Visitation will be at the First Baptist Church, Altamont Illinois