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Jon Winters

Jon Winters, a life-long resident of Hephzibah, Georgia, went to join the Lord, his mother, Faye Winters, and sister, Donna Lee on Tuesday, January 31, 2022.

Mr. Winters is survived by: brother Anthony Winters and his wife Gayle Winters; sister Janet Wells (née Winters) and her husband James Wells; brother Jerry Winters and his wife Sissy Winters; cousin Holly Langley Stewart, nieces Deanna Smoak (née Winters), Deatra Argoe (née Winters), Dixie Dawson (née Wells), Victoria Waite (née Winters), Nicole Winters and nephew Clint Wells; Aunt Mary Lee Langley and Uncle Albert Langley; and beloved dog Putt Putt.

Mr. Winters’ life was a life of giving: giving to his family, giving to the Hephzibah Lion’s Club, and giving to the countless veterans for whom he served as a fiduciary.

Mr. Winters will be laid to rest at Piney Grove Baptist Church.

The family asks that in lieu of flowers, a donation be made in Mr. Winters’ name to the Georgia Lions Lighthouse Foundation, Inc.,

5882 Peachtree Road, Atlanta, GA 30341, online at https://lionslighthouse.org/donate/, the Georgia Lions Camp, 5626 Laura Walker Rd, Waycross, GA 31503, online at https://www.glcb.org/camp-donations.html, or the Hephzibah Lions Club, 4690 Windsor Spring Road, Hephzibah, GA 30815.

Chance & Hydrick Funeral Directors, 2502 Richmond Hill Road, Augusta, GA, 30906.

7 responses to “Jon Winters”

  1. So sorry for your loss. He will be missed tremendously. He was the backbone of the Lion’s Club and many other accomplishments through out Augusta Georgia and other areas.
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  2. Rest In Peace, Mr. Winters. Thank you for your service as a VA-appointed fiduciary. Your service to the Nation’s most vulnerable Veterans is very much appreciated! You certainly made a difference for countless beneficiaries and their families!

  3. Sorry to hear about Jon’s passing I knew him through Sons of Confederate Veterans may God give his family and friends peace and strength in this time of grief

  4. Jon was a dedicated, loyal member of Lions Clubs International and believed in the purposes of the Association. He was very active at the state and local levels. He was one, who could be depended upon and one who did the right thing when solving an issue. Jon was a friend to many and always willing to lend a helping hand. He will be missed by all of us. My deepest sympathy to Jon’s family.

  5. I respected John in his Lions life and enjoyed his company at district and state events. I will never forget visiting him and his club as District Governor when they made me bob for apples to earn my dinner. He was a great Lion leader and will surely be missed.

  6. Rest Easy Mr. Winters, Sir. Thank you for all you did for me as my fiduciary over the years. Your guidance helped ground me both financially and mentally. This has been a great loss for me and my fellow veterans who were taking care of. May God bless your family and friends.

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