Damon S. Wren was born in Michigan City, IN on April 6, 1971 to Elgin Jr Wren and Emma Mae Edwards Wren.
Damon graduated from Elston High School in 1990, where he played the Trumpet in the Red Devils Marching Band. After high School he pursued his education at DeVry University in Computer Technology. He later joined the United States Army and earned his CDL truck driving licenses thru Celadon trucking. He worked as a Semi truck driver for the last 6 years. Damon was an active member of the Meridian Masonic Lodge #33 of Indianapolis, IN and The Shriners Hall Indianapolis, IN.
There was nothing Damon enjoyed more than conversations with his son Domanic who is an active duty Air Force and watching his son Daelon break touchdown records on Friday nights at Ames field. He LOVED backyard gatherings with his entire family playing spades, listening to old school music and enjoying his Uncle George and Ruby’s cooking. Damon and his Uncle Richard Edwards shared a special bond that could not be broken. Damon will truly be missed by all that loved him, and his huge smile will be a memory that we will cherish forever.
Damon departed this earth on May 6, 2020 in Baltimore, MD and preceded in death by Father, Elgin Jr Wren; Grandparents, Elgin Wren Sr, Rose Lee Wren, Ben Edwards and Rose Lee Edwards; one brother, Andre Shelton Edwards.
His memories will be left to cherish by his mother Emma Mae Wren of Indianapolis, IN; two sons Domanic Wren and Daelon Wren both of Michigan City, IN; the mother of his children, Krista Anderson; six brothers, Jimmy (Shawn) Wren of Blaine, MN, Anthony Baker of Indianapolis, IN, Bruce (Trisha) Wren of Michigan City, IN, Anthown (Melissa) Wren of Dallas, TX, Elgin (Lakisha) Wren of Avon, IN and Freddie (Donna) Deal of Indianapolis, IN; two sisters, Cathy Wren of Michigan City, IN and Renee (Remon) Edwards of Indianapolis, IN and a host of other Nieces and Nephews as well as Great Nieces, Nephews and cousins that he loved the same. Close friends Remon Timberlake, Russel Spikes, Mitchell Rose Sr, Gerald Cunningham and Lashaun Williams.
Damon memories will live on through us all.
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