About Jon

Jon is a minimum security inmate with the lowest, -2, risk of recidivism. He has had this risk level since 2016.

Jon has completed various rehabilitative and educational programs.

He is active in community service and continues to average 40 hours a month.

Jon has been actively engaged in religious programs which have included Bible studies, singing in several choirs and he was baptized on December 9, 2018.

Most recently, Jon received his associates degree in communications from Ashland University, with honors. Jon is about to enter his senior year at Ashland University working toward a double major in Business Administration and Communication with a minor in Business Management and currently has a 3.72 GPA.

Jon spends his free time working on wood crafts, including beautiful hand crafted crosses and detailed model motorcycles. Over the years Jon has donated various religious items to Christians, who have visited the prison. Last year Jon donated several of his model motorcycles to the local Amvets and I.V.A( Inmate Veterans Association)., which were raffled off in order to raise thousands of dollars to prevent veterans suicide. Jon has also designed and developed an instructional book on how to build model motorcycles out of scrap wood in hopes of creating a therapeutic hobby for veterans in need.

Jon has worked hard to rehabilitate himself and prepare for his release. We believe that sooner not later the wrongs of this case will be made right.