|Birth: ||May 18, 1936|
|Death: ||Nov. 5, 2003|
Contra Costa County
Jonathan C. Amen May 18, 1936 - November 5, 2003 Passed away peacefully with family at his home in Antioch at the age of 67. Born in Des Moines, Iowa. He attended Mason City Schools and Wentworth Military Academy. While in the Army, Jon attended Monterey Language School and became a Korean linguist before serving in Korea. Jon moved to Fallbrook, CA where he attended Redlands College. In 1963 he moved to N. CA where he married Glenda Veeder. Jon worked in retail sales for Montgomery Wards and Breuners until his early retirement due to heart disease in 1983. He was a founding member of Delta Kiwanis of Antioch and president from 1979-1980. His hobbies were gold panning, sailing, chatting on the computer, genealogy and spending time with his family and friends. Jon attended Golden Hills Community Church. Preceded in death by parents, Curtis and Adelaide Amen. Survived by wife Glenda Amen, daughters Edi and Martha Amen of Antioch, granddaughters Amber and Jessica Sciortino and Emily Amen of Antioch, sister Jody McClain of Antioch and brothers Monte McClain of S. CA and Terry McClain of AZ. No Services. Cremation handled by Neptune Society. Memorial donations may be made to The American Heart Association, Sutter VNA Hospice or the Church/ Charity of your choice.
Cremated, Ashes given to family or friend.
Created by: Zz Tish
Record added: Jan 30, 2004
Find A Grave Memorial# 8333650
Happy Fathers Day Daddy... this is the first one without you. last year we had ribs...dunno what we will do this year. today is ems birthday. a good day planned for her. I miss you Daddy! i miss you so much. i miss your hugs...your eyes... i can see & fee...(Read more)|
Added: Jun. 19, 2004
Thanks for being such a good friend to my Uncle.. :)|
Added: May. 7, 2004
Flowers for a gumball. You know it, but you are greatly loved and missed. I dreamed of you the other night, but don't know what you were telling me to do? Please let me know. I need your guidance. I love you Grandpa. And miss you so very much.|
Added: Jan. 31, 2004
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