Dayton, Ohio

Nov 14, 1959 – May 21, 2017 (Age 57)


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AGNE, Jon Robert 1959 - 2017 Brunswick, It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Jon Robert Agne, 58, after a long and courageous battle with prostate cancer on Sunday May 21, 2017. He was born at Fort Bliss in El Paso, TX on May 14, 1959 to Robert and Rita (Thompson) Agne. He was...

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Jon visiting Senator Collins with ALPA pilots

My condolences to Jon's wife, family and loved ones. Jon and I were new hire classmates at Delta Airlines. We started as Boeing 727 flight engineers and worked our way to flying as Captains on the Boeing 737. I can't remember a single time that we did not share a laugh when our paths crossed. Jon would always share pilot information with me. I was always amazed with his grasp of the information and level of details. He was the first guy to finish a test back in ground school as new hires. ...

Miss you "dearheart". Patty

Jon and I were roommates senior year at Culver. He was a great guy - calm, earnest, fun, kind, funny, so innocent... I remember driving with his dad through Ohio (what's round on the ends and high in the middle -- O-HI-O). First time I saw a CB radio in operation. 10-4 good buddy. You will be missed.

Brother Jon believed in the Life of Love, he walked in the Way of Honor, he served in the Light of Truth - he lived the Life, the Way, and the Light of Sigma Nu. The Brothers of Gamma Beta Chapter (NU) and especially, Jon's Pledge Class, send our deepest sympathies to Jon's wife, Megan, his family, and friends.

My heartfelt sympathy goes out to you during this difficult time. I hope that the promise at 1 Thessalonians 4:14 will bring you comfort. Knowing that there is a future for the ones we have lost in death can be reassuring.
S. Whiting
Atlanta, GA

John and served together as squadron mates in VP-90 at Naval Air Station Glenview Illinois. Fair winds and following seas till we meet again my friend

May you rest in eternal peace Jon. God gave you wings to fly while you were here on earth and now you have your real wings. Megan, you are in my thoughts and prayers and I am sure Jon was grateful to have you with him every step of his journey. I love you.

I was so saddened to hear of Jon's passing. I knew him at Culver Military Academy and at Northwestern and he was a bright and wonderful human being. He will be missed.