December 13, 1955 - March 6, 2021
John Wayne Jensen, a lifelong resident of Moses Lake, WA, passed peacefully with his family on Saturday March 6th, 2021 at the age of 65 after fighting end stage renal failure for nearly six years. John is survived by his wife Donna Jensen, his sisters Debra Ann and Waynette, sons Jeremy, Joseph, Jeffrey, Randy, Mark and daughters Jennifer, JuliAnn, Sara, Jolene, and his 27 grandchildren, soon to be 28! John was born to J. Wayne and Vilda D Jensen in December of 1955. He joined his older sisters Debra and Waynette on the family farm and made the family complete. John graduated from MLHS and served a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in England. John then attended Ricks college in Rexburg ID, before returning home to start a family. John worked as a Certified Crop Consultant and farmed with his Dad. Farming wasn’t the only thing John and Wayne shared a love of, John also umpired and refereed for Baseball, Softball, basketball and football for over 30 years taking after his father. John truly loved the Lord and served in many positions in the Church throughout his life. His last calling was serving a mission with his wife in the Spanish branch in the Moses Lake stake for 3 years. John met his wife Donna and combined two families in 2006. He enjoyed spending time with all the grandchildren. He loved his grandchildren and was excited to hear about their accomplishments. John was taken from us way to early but we know that we will be with him again. He will be truly missed by family and friends.
John Wayne Jensen, a lifelong resident of Moses Lake, WA, passed peacefully with his family on Saturday March 6th, 2021 at the age of 65 after fighting end stage renal failure for nearly six years. John is survived by his wife Donna Jensen,... View Obituary & Service Information
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