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Jack Monroe McLean

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Jack Monroe McLean Obituary
JACK MONROE MCLEAN, age 90, passed away of stomach cancer on Oct. 23, 2014 in Hemet, CA. He was born on March 6, 1924 in Nixa, MO to Joe and Bessie (Brown) McLean. He went to high school and in Nixa, MO and played basketball. He attended aeronautics school, then served as a training crew chief in the Army Air Corp, Air Transport Command, for 3 years during WWII in Homestead, FL. He married Anna Jane Williams, daughter of Robert Ernest and Lillian (Eutsler) Williams, on Sept. 2, 1944 in Homestead, FL. They lived in Kansas City, KS and had 2 daughters, Kelly (McLean) Clark and Karen (Wolfe) McLean. They moved to Hawthorne, CA, and he earned great respect for his 40 years at TWA. They retired to Hemet, CA 33 years ago. He was an honest, patriotic Christian. He loved to fish and travel the world. He enjoyed talking to people and made many friends everywhere. He was a master tinkerer with an immense collection of clocks. Most of all, he loved his familyand garage sales. He was preceded in death by his parents, his two brothers, Neal & Joe Donald McLean and his sister Mary Jane (McLean) Shaffer. Jack is survived by his wife; 2 daughters; 5 grandchildren, Todd (Michelle) and Scott (Cyndi) Clark, Pamela Wolfe, Andrea (Wolfe) Demirel and her husband Michael, and Brandon Wolfe; 3 great-grandsons, 2 great-granddaughters; his sister-in-law Joan (Lucas) McLean; and many nephews and nieces. Pastor John Scott of Community Christian Church, where they attended, will officiate a Celebration of Life on Monday, 10/27/2014 at 10 a.m. at Miller-Jones Mortuary, 1501 W. Florida Ave., Hemet, CA 92543, Phone: (951) 658-316. He will be buried at National Cemetery at a future date.

Published in Press-Enterprise from Oct. 25 to Oct. 26, 2014
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