Douglas E. Wynn, II was born December 27, 1973 in Cincinnati, OH to the late Douglas E. Wynn and Margie Redmon Wynn. God called him home for eternal rest on April 26, 2022.
Doug accepted Christ at the age of nine at Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Woodlawn, OH.
He attended Lincoln Heights Elementary and graduated from Princeton High School in 1992. Doug was active in sports until his health began to fail him. His passion for youth activities inspired him to coach many in the community.
Doug had various jobs but will be most remembered by those at the Hamilton County Juvenile Court Division where he served as an officer for more than ten years. Whenever Doug needed a lift, those close to him would step up to take him wherever he needed to go.
Doug will always be remembered for his wonderful words of encouragement that he posted over Facebook. His prayers have touched the hearts of countless people.
Affectionately called “Baby Boy”, Doug enjoyed many trips with his family; especially his sister Angie (deceased). Doug was preceded in death by his father, Douglas E. Wynn; sister, Andrea (Angie) Starks and nephew, Louis Taylor.
He leaves to cherish his memory: his loving mother, Margie Wynn; brothers, Rev. James E. Wynn, III (Caron) and Jason Whitehead; sister, Sharon Taylor (Lewis) of Houston, TX; aunts, Grace Busby of Los Angeles, CA and Marcella Cottrell (Billy); nieces, Tamarah Wynn (Travis), Jasmine Powells (Bryant) and Ashely Mears (Maurice) of Atlanta, GA; nephews, Brian Williams II and Josh Taylor along with a host of other family members and many close friends.
Doug often spoke about those who were near and dear to his heart; especially, Maria Dorsey, Dewby Berkhalter, Horace Robinson a.k.a. Chuck, Bill Franklin, Jake Turner, the Farley family and cousins, Llyod Barnes, Michael Barnes and Lamont Calhoun.
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