Rev. Wesley “Wes” Eugene McCament

June 22, 1946 ‒ February 05, 2020

Mount Vernon, Ohio

Rev. Wesley “Wes” Eugene McCament was born June 22, 1946 in Mount Vernon, Ohio to Carroll and Dorothy (St John) McCament. On February 5, 2020 he met his Lord with faith-filled courage following his weeks long endurance of terminal pancreatic cancer.

 

A proud Army veteran (1st Air Cavalry), Wes served from 1966-1967 in An Khe, Vietnam where he returned to visit in 2016 with his son, James McCament. In December 1968 Wes married Janice (Comrie) McCament after a three month courtship. The fifty-one year journey with his sweetheart was filled with humor, blessings, challenges, courage and grace.

 

A graduate of the 1968-70 pioneer class of then Mount Vernon Nazarene College, Wes completed his education at Olivet Nazarene University in Kankakee, Illinois. His service as a minister and evangelist in the Church of the Nazarene included pastorates in Illinois and Ohio.  He leaves a legacy of a beloved life well and courageously lived. He did so with love, wit, teasing humor, and wisdom while serving God, his family, many friends, congregations and his country.

 

Wes is survived by Janice, his beloved wife of 51 years, sons James and Keven, his brother Dean (Sheryl) McCament, and sister Patricia (John) Nye as well as his brother in law Winston Comrie and sisters in law Mildred (Ed) Allen, Christina (Frank) Baker, Denise (Rick) Braley. He is also survived by his beloved nephews and nieces Craig Dean, Mollie (Sergio) Rojas, Erin (Henry) Garcia, James (Michelle) Brady, Kristi Brady, Stephanie Brady and Drew (Nazmia) Comrie.

 

Wes was preceded in death by his parents.

 

Friends may call on Friday, February 7, 2020 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the First Church of the Nazarene, 807 Coshocton Ave., Mount Vernon, Ohio 43050 where a funeral service will be held at the church on Saturday at 11 a.m. where friends may also call from 10 a.m. until the time of service.  Rev. Russ Gumm and Rev. Steve Ward will be officiating.  Burial with military honors will be held at later date in Arlington National Cemetery.

 

Memorial contributions in Wes’s name may be made to Nationwide Children’s Hospital at give.nationwidechildrens.org

 

To share a memory or leave a condolence for the family, visit www.snyderfuneralhomes.com

 

The Dowds-Snyder Funeral Home of Mount Vernon is honored to serve the family of Rev. Wesley “Wes” Eugene McCament.

 

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  • Dear Janice, James, and Keven,
    We are so sorry to learn of the passing of your husband and father. His life touched so many through his ministry and the faith that showed in all he did. We pray you will be comforted by precious memories of the many times together in special events and even daily life. He is now safely in the arms of God.
    With love and prayers,
    Sonja and Jerry Smith

  • Dear Janice,James and Kevin ,Les and I are sadden deeply for your loss. Wes was a friend that brightened our lives with every smile,and story he shared. He will always hold a special spot in our hearts as will his loving family. He is where he was meant to be. With Jesus His Lord And Saviour.

  • Dear Mollie, Sergio and Family —– Sending you all, our deepest sympathy and friendship for the loss of Mollie’s uncle. Uncles and Aunts are very special in our lives, and we hope you have fond memories of him that will carry you through this sad loss. You will all be in our thoughts and prayers. Sincerely, Susan and Dick Huggins/Fredericktown

  • Dear Janice and family, we are praying for you. May the God of all comfort surround you with His love and peace. May He give you His abundant grace to help you with your great grief. We are so thankful there is still heaven. Sincerely, Gene and Ronoyce Grate, from the Pioneer Class.

  • We are deeply saddened by the passing of our MVNU Pioneer classmate!
    Wes was a close friend of all of us and was always there to support us, others, and MVNU. His gentle voice and soft smile were always a welcome sight when we were able to get together.
    We will all Wes.
    Our Blessings go out to all of the family during this difficult time.

  • Joyce and I offer to you Janice, Kevin and James, our deepest condolences in your great loss. Yet, I also rejoice with you in the confidence that this parting is temporary. There is coming a great day of ETERNAL REUNION where “parting ” is unknown. This assurance keeps us looking forward to that Blessed Hope”! God loves you and so do we

  • Janice, James, and Keven,

    I’m so sorry for your loss. I know Wes’s going home leaves a huge hole here. I love your family and am praying for God’s strong presence and reassurance.

    With love,

    Terri Tackett

  • Wes, my brother in law always had a heart for others. His soft spoken kindness and sense of humor was evident wherever he went. We shall truly miss you but know you are home, safe and whole. Soon those who know Him shall see you again.
    I’m so glad to have called you my brother in law. Your family will miss you, but meanwhile we shall look out for each other.
    Love you,
    Christina Brady-Baker

  • Dennis and I are praying for you, Janice, and for your family, during this temporary but difficult time of separation. We know the Lord is with you, but we also know your loss is great. So glad we got to be with you for a bit at homecoming a few years ago. Time goes by so quickly… I wish we could be there for your celebration of his wonderful life, but we will be there in spirit.

    Blessings,
    Dennis and. Linda Scott

  • Janice, James and Keven. “Steady” is the word that comes to mind when I think of the McCament family. It will not seem right to not see all four of you together. Tim and I will be praying for all of you as you adjust to this new normal. Thank you for granting us the privilege of loving your beautiful family. So thankful that we walk in hope.

  • I only had the pleasure of knowing Wes for a short time, when he began coming out to Hardees, and we convinced him to join the “group” in the corner to discuss anything and everything! We noticed him driving his Corvette, and he immediately got the nick name Mr Corvette, plus Lead foot! I ended up in the hospital the last two weeks of October and Wes took the time to come visit me and pray for my recovery twice and I really appreciated him for the caring and love he displayed. All my sympathy goes out to family and friends of Wesley, he was a wonderful and compassionate man which surely will be missed by all who knew him!

  • Although I never met Wes, I am a good friend of his brother (Dean) and through him knew of Wes and his family. In November 2018 I lost my wife of 48 years to cancer. She too went through many months of pain and suffering. She was a fine christian woman, wife, mother, and grandmother; extremely active in our church – loved it, and loved the Lord. While I grieve with Wes’s family and friends at his passing, I also rejoice in his victory over the grave and his new beginning, once again whole and in the presence of the Lord. Hallelujah! I pray his family will find peace and comfort as we celebrate his life of devoted service to the ministry and his love of family and friends, one and all.

  • McCamet Family.. I’m so sorry.. Wes was such an encouragement to my Dad.. He will be missed greatly.. We are praying for peace and comfort in the days ahead.. Beautiful memories will be held by many.. Love and Prayers.. Jeff & Cris VanScyoc
    and Sam Stimpert..

  • McCamet Family,
    We are praying for you all. You are in our thoughts and prayers. I’m praying that the grace & peace of our Lord will surround you now.

  • Dear Wes,
    Thank you for making our sister happy for 51 years. Your deep love for each other was a model of a Christian marriage for all of us.
    Your adventures through life led you to having a love for our Savior and being an enthusiastic Christian; Vietnam; being a husband; being a wonderful Dad; effectively preaching and singing the Gospel; you had a great sense of humor; a love for the lost; and a love of family and church.
    We are glad God loaned you to us for awhile. We love you and will miss you, but we will see you one day soon.
    Much love,
    Your sister-in-law,
    Mil

  • Mrs. McCament, James and Keven,

    I’m so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers have been with you for weeks and will continue. I extend my deepest sympathies to you and your family. May our Lord bless and comfort you and your family during this time of grief.

    My heartfelt condolences,
    Karla Moran

  • Sometimes people come into our lives to bring a sense of integrity, wholesomeness, smiles and laughter. They help us believe in the goodness of humanity. When they pass, their gifts of Spirit remain to help us through our walk in life. Wesley McCament was that kind of person. We will miss his exuberance, his steadfastness in Christ, his friendship. You did good, Wes, you did good!

    Your friends,
    Norm and Freda

  • Janice, James , Keven and the whole family, I was so blessed to be able to spend time with Wes in his final days. His continual courage, hope and faith could be seen and felt just by being in the same room with him. I will never forget his humor. We laughed a lot in his final days. I will never forget that grin that he would get on his face when he said something funny to me. As you know, he gave me a special gift that I will be forever grateful for. Thank you for allowing me to be there during his final days and the end. I love you all, and you are and will continue to be in my prayers.

    Melody Vasquez

  • I have kept you in my prayers and will continue. Although far away Melody kept me informed. She was always telling me something funny he said almost up to the very end. I was so happy to hear of Kevin’s special at the funeral. I wish I could have been there. You have been a wonderful blessing in Mel’s life.

  • Dear Janice and Family: I was so sorry to hear of Wes’s passing. May he rest in peace and may all of you find peace during this difficult time.
    In Deepest Sympathy,
    Mary Rugola-Dye