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Jack Alan Winton

July 18, 1950 — December 12, 2023

Anderson

Jack Alan Winton, a beloved member of the Anderson community, passed away on December 12, 2023. He was born on July 18, 1950, in Anderson, Indiana, to Clyde and Ruby Winton. Jack's roots in Anderson ran deep, and he spent his entire life in the town that he loved.

Jack led a fulfilling career as a printer for Warner Press, where he dedicated over 25 years of his life. His commitment to his work was unparalleled, and he took great pride in every project that crossed his desk. Jack's attention to detail and strong work ethic earned him the admiration and respect of his colleagues.

In addition to his thriving career, Jack also served with honor in the United States Army. His time in the military instilled within him a deep sense of duty and shaped his character. Jack's service is a testament to his unwavering commitment to his country.

Outside of his professional life, Jack had an outgoing personality that drew people towards him. He had a simple approach to life that resonated with friends and family alike. Those who knew Jack could always count on him for a friendly conversation or a kind word of advice.

One of Jack's greatest joys in life was spending time with his family. He leaves behind a loving wife, Waltraud Winton, who stood by his side through thick and thin. Jack's children, Jeff Winton and Kim Winton held a special place in his heart, and he cherished every moment he spent with them. His grandchildren Weston, Julianna, and Gianna brought immense happiness into Jack's life.

Whenever he found free time in his busy schedule, Jack pursued his hobbies with great enthusiasm. He had a passion for riding 4-wheelers through the beautiful landscapes surrounding Anderson. Jack was also known for his talent in remodeling various objects and tinkering away in his garage. These hobbies not only brought him joy but also showcased his creativity and resourcefulness.

Jack's passing leaves a void in the lives of his surviving family members and friends who mourn his loss. He is survived by his loving wife, Waltraud Winton, his children Jeff Winton and Kim Winton, and his cherished grandchildren Weston, Julianna, and Gianna. Additionally, he leaves behind his beloved sister Judy, as well as Alexander Ernst, Andrea Crose, and Jacquline Crose, whom he embraced as part of his extended family.

Jack Alan Winton will forever be remembered for his dedication to his work, his outgoing nature, and the love he shared with those closest to him. His legacy will continue to inspire others to approach life with humility, kindness, and a genuine appreciation for the simple pleasures it has to offer.

May Jack's soul rest in eternal peace.

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