John Henry “Jack” Anglin, Sr

John Henry “Jack” Anglin, Sr. age 100 of Clunette, passed away peacefully on Monday, March14, 2022inhis home. He was born in Warsaw on November 21, 1921, the son of Washington and GraceAnglin.

Jack graduated from Atwood High School in 1937. Jack went on to serve our country as a Sergeant intheUnited States Army, Company E, 78th Lightning Division of the 311th Infantry, Cannon Company. Hesawaction in the Battle of the Bulge, Hurtgen Forest and the capture and defense by the Allies of theRemagen Bridge, a turning point in WWII. On December 31, 1941, he married Bette Mikesell inWinonaLake. They have four children: John, Jr.(deceased), Neal, Beth, and Sarah. Jack and two of his seven brothers founded Clunette Elevator, Inc. in 1951.

Jack served others his whole life. He was an active member of Clunette United Methodist Church, founding member of Atwood Lions Club, Past Master Mason of the Blue Lodge, PlymouthandtheAmerican Legion, Post 49, Warsaw. He was past president of the Indiana Grain Dealer’s Associationandof the Kosciusko County Fair Board. Jack supported the Kosciusko County Historical Society, servingasguide in the Jailhouse Museum. He drove cancer patients to appointments, Amish to RedCrossBloodDrives, and children to Shriner’s Hospital in Chicago. He was sexton of Stony Point Cemetery from1955to2013.

Jack was preceded in passing by seven brothers; a sister; their parents; son, John Anglin, Jr.; grandsonJeremiah and wife of 66 years, Bette Anglin. He is survived by his daughter-in-law: LorraineAnglin(wifeofson, John); children: Neal (Lyn) Anglin of Pistoia, Italy, Beth (Jim) Cooper of Clunette and Sarah(Larry) Payton of Fishers; nine grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren.

Jack’s arrangements have been entrusted to Titus Funeral Home and Cremation Services, 2000EastSheridan Street, Warsaw where friends may gather for visitation on Friday, March 25, from 4 to 7p.m. At7 o’clock, there will be a masonic ceremony, led by members of the Plymouth Kilwinning Lodge. Jack’sfuneral will be at 11 a.m. on Saturday, March 26 at Clunette United Methodist Church, 4227 W 600 North, Leesburg. Burial with military honors will follow at Stony Point Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to one of five charities of themanywhichJack supported: Clunette United Methodist Church, Salvation Army of Warsaw, Stony Point Cemetery, Kosciusko Home Care and Hospice or Chicago Shrine Hospital. Condolences may be left at