Clinton “Clint” Jones, 49, of Lebanon, passed away Saturday, March 9, 2024, at St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis. He was born February 11, 1975, in Lebanon, a son of Barbara (Dehn) Moore and the late Frank Moore.

Clint had the gift of gab and was able to make friends with anybody. He loved to tell terrible dad jokes, along with pick on his brother for liking the Dallas Cowboys. Clint enjoyed listening to music and painting. He loved racing, especially dirt track racing, and was a race track announcer. He was proud to run the “Nobody Show.” Clint enjoyed acting in several plays at the Center Stage Community Theatre in Lebanon and the Ole Olsen in Peru, and had just been cast in his eleventh play. He loved the Rocky Horror Picture Show and Star Wars, especially Darth Vader. Clint also loved hanging out with his good friend, Bob, and would be known to be “pretty fly for a white guy,” and say “never tell me the odds.”

Survivors include his mother, Barbara Moore; children, Danni (Zakk) Thompson, Jonathan (Haley) Jones, Garrett (Courtlynn) Jones, Adie Jones, and Taryn Doyle; girlfriend, Angela Lauderman; siblings, Chris (Maria) Jones, Josh (Amy) Moore, Jason Moore, Shawn (Kay) Moore, Casey (Macie) Jones, Andrea (Alex) Moore, Hazel Griffith, Annie Beavers, Jessica Jones, and Jeanie Jones; grandchildren, Abel, Zander, Lilith, and Thoren Jones, Bentley, Amelia, Forest, and soon-to-be baby Thompson; aunts and uncles, Cherie (Bob) Donaldson, Beth (Scott) Rutan, Carmel Dehn, Debbie Moore, and Mark Jones; great aunt, Norma Dulin; mothers of his children, Gina Griffin and Heather Doyle; and several cousins, nieces, and nephews.

Clint was preceded in death by his father, Steve Jones; dad, Frank Moore; grandson, James Thompson; paternal grandparents, Henry and Marilyn Jones; maternal grandparents, George “Pink” and Shirley Dehn; uncles, Mike Jones, Bob (Flora) Beery, Bob Williams and Bob Dehn; and great uncle Eddie Dulin.

A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date. Final care of Clint has been entrusted to the Strawmyer & Drury Mortuary, 2400 N. Lebanon Street, Lebanon. Memorial contributions in his memory may be made to a charity of the donor’s choice.


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