John Linney Obituary, Death – John “Jack” Linney, a resident of Churchville, New York, passed away at the beginning of this month. He was 89 years old. He could look back on 89 years of life. Jack, who was one of our earliest clients, would visit our establishment as often as he could, which was nearly every day of the week. This was one of the reasons why we were so successful in the beginning.
He would engage in horse trading with Brandon and regale the other customers with stories, such as the time he accidentally hit a squadmate in the head with his issued BAR while they were participating in an Army training exercise; or how about the time when he was 19 years old, home on leave, and assisted in detaining a poacher with the assistance of his trusted, personally owning dog? He would also engage in horse trading with Brandon. In addition to that, he would take part in horse trade with Brandon.
He would also engage in horse trading with Brandon and regale the other customers with stories, such as the time Jack was shown practicing his shooting skills with a Glock 21 in a picture that was taken some time around May of 2016, according to the metadata on the file. This picture was taken in some unknown location in the United States. This photograph was taken in the United States, though the precise location is unknown (the EDC of his).
The fact that this photograph of him was taken when he was 77 years old demonstrates that despite his late age, he still retained an exceptional level of purpose. This is proved by the fact that this photograph was taken.