Keith Wynn, 73 of Woodstock, Ohio, passed away, Tuesday, June 23, 2020 in the OSU Medical Center, Columbus, Ohio.
He was born May 12, 1947 in Urbana, Ohio the son of Bill and Virginia (Thornhill) Wynn. Keith proudly served his country in the United States Army. He enjoyed fishing, hunting, camping and his pets, Jenny, Sammy, and Shy; but most of all he loved his wife Jacki more than anything.
Keith is survived by his children, Keith Wynn and Rhonda (John) Vermillion, his grandchildren, Josh (Shilo) Vermillion and Jacki (Marcelino) Clark, his great grandchildren, Finnley and Paisley Clark; his sisters, Pam Derr, Jennifer (Jerry) Brehm, Cindy Knotts, Shelia Ruby and Teresa Duncan; brothers, Bruce (Tammy) Wynn and Jeff (Robin) Wynn; several nieces and nephews; as well as special friends, Vern (Kay) Evilsizor, Bill Hanley, Betty (Roger) Wicks and Mike (Irene) Duffy.
He is preceded in death by his wife, Jacki Wynn; his parents; brothers, Bill Wynn and Gary Allen Wynn, sisters, Sharon Wynn, Amy Wynn and Delilah Nance, a brother-in-law, Bruce Derr; niece, Christy Knotts; nephew Tim Wynn and a special friend, Steve Knisley.
Funeral service will be held at 1:30 Tuesday, June 30, 2020 in the FRESHWATER, MCDONALD & VERNON FUNERAL HOME, North Lewisburg with Pastor John Ramsey officiating. The family will receive friends from 11:30-1:30 prior to the service. Per the families' request casual attire is encouraged.
Burial will follow in Woodstock Cemetery.
Condolences may be made to the family at www.vernonfh.com
Benny and Joan Latham - Jul 3, 2020
I was a real good friend to his mother Virginia. My husband and I new the family for years. So sorry for your lost.RIP Keith.
Brian Latham - Jul 3, 2020
Dear Wynn family: So sorry for your loss. My brother(Steve) played football with Keith Jr & my dad (Benny Latham) was friends with Keith & Bill & most of the Wynn family. I remember doing karate with Keith Jr. in Urbana although Keith was a lot better then my brother & I. I would also like to personally thank Keith’s service to our country. Because of people like Keith & so many others that have served this great nation my family gets to enjoy the freedoms we have in this country. Tomorrow we celebrate Independence Day but if not for people like our founders & people like Keith we would never get to celebrate it. My thoughts & prayers are with the Winn family. May God be with you in your time of need. God Bless Brian, Amy, Cameron, Ryan & Zach Latham.
heather wynn - Jun 27, 2020
he was my cousin, but i called him my uncle he was a good person in and out, i miss him dearly, he helped me with what he could, we had our laughs, there was alot of ups and thats good, thank you everyone for your prayers! i appreicate it. <3
Kim (Dunham) Baldwin - Jun 27, 2020
My condolences to the Family Keith worked for my dad at Dunham Meats I remember him well was a great man
Aunt Judy - Jun 27, 2020
Keith's Aunts and Uncles are so sorry for the passing of Keith....we understand he has been sick for a while....he will be sadly missed...I think of the times when I was over at Bill and Virginia's and they had to bale hay.....all the kids were working and they were all hard workers......I pray that you will find strength in God and He will give you additional strength to get through this sad time.....We will always love Keith.....Aunt Ruth Adams, Aunt Linda and Uncle Bob Jumper, Aunt Judy Thornhill and Uncle Roger and Aunt Sue Thornhill.
Randy and Sandy Knox - Jun 27, 2020
So sorry to hear of Keith's passing. May God comfort you and your family during this time of grief.