Jack Fields Obituary, Death- Jack D. Fields, a Dennison native who lived to reach 79 years old, passed away on November 2, 2023. He was born in Terre Haute, Indiana to Leroy and Waunita Candler Fields on August 27th, 1944. Home education was mostly offered by parents. Jack was devoted to his neighborhood of West Terre Haute, his church, the First Baptist, and his union, Teamsters Local 135. Both his hometown and his religion were very important to him.
His integrity was demonstrated by the fact that he stood by his ideas and the people he worked with despite harsh criticism. Jack was at peace whenever he went on a hunting or fishing trip. The West Vigo High School class of 1962 alum was respected for his deep respect for nature. Those in his inner circle thought highly of him as a mechanic since he could fix everything. Jack’s lone living relative is his loving wife of 45 years, Lynnette Brown Fields, whom he wed on May 9, 1965.
They stayed together continuously throughout their entire lives. Jack (Terri) D. Fields, II, Jason Wade Fields, Karen Fields, and Joe Lammert are their four amazing children. His nine great-grandchildren and four grandchildren, Nickolas Parker (Allison), Collin Fields (Lexi), Luke Fields (Allison), and Kyndall Fields (Allison), are carrying on the family name. Allison, Collin, and Kyndall, along with their respective spouses, are his four grandchildren.
His nieces and nephews, sister Nancy Augustus, and longtime closest friend Jim Ricketts were regular listeners to his tales of adventure. Jack’s sister’s husband, Paul Augustus, and both of their parents had already passed away. Paul, his sister’s husband. Jack will be laid to rest and a wake will be conducted at the Fitzpatrick Funeral Home (220 North 3rd Street, West Terre Haute, Indiana) on Tuesday, November 6, 2023, at 1:00 PM.
Pastor Jeff Augustus will lead the worship session. He will be laid to rest in Roselawn Memorial Park. Visitors may pay their condolences at the funeral home on Sunday, between the hours of 2:00 and 6:00. Family and friends will have the same opportunity on Monday, beginning at 11 a.m., until the funeral service begins.
Instead of sending flowers, Jack’s family has requested that you provide a helping hand to a complete stranger. Please respect Jack’s requests and do what we ask. This action exemplified Jack’s sincere concern for, and commitment to, the welfare of his neighbourhood. His unwavering faith in God, his unbounded love for others, and his relentless pursuit of happiness left an indelible impression on everyone who knew him.