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John Guthrie Linton

John Guthrie Linton

John Guthrie Linton, 69, Quincy, Illinois, passed away at his home from natural causes on July 16th, 2019.

He was born July 26, 1949 in Madison, Wisconsin to Thomas and Jean (Guthrie) Linton; he graduated from Riverside High School in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and enlisted in the Army, serving as an electrical technician. John had a variety of work interests and was most proud of his health care education as a radiologic technician. He met his long time partner and moved to Quincy, where he resided for over 10 years. In his adult years, John was a gentle soul who loved to tinker with electronics and was especially known for his fondness for cats.

He is survived by his sisters Diana (Gerry) Keuper and Mary Pat (Emery) Kleven and brothers David (Sylvia) Linton and Richard. He will be missed by his nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews.

John was preceded in death by his parents and his partner Joyce A. Jones.

A memorial service will be held at a later date in Wisconsin.

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From:
Brian Jayne
Cleveland, WI
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So sorry to hear this. Our thoughts are with all of you. Brian and Darci
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John O'Keefe
Madison, WI
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My condolences to the Linton family on the loss of your brother John. You are all in my thoughts abd prayers during this challenging time. John O'Keefe
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Sue Linton
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Blessings to everyone as you mourn his passing.
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Sue Allen
Westfield, WI
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Mary Pat, A big brother is truly special. Such common ground and shared memories. I am so sorry for your loss.
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Yasmin Leischer
SLINGER, WI
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I am so sorry to read this. I pray that God send His peace and healing to all who loved John.
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Julie and David Knebel
Tulsa, OK
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Richard and family we are so sorry for your loss. May memories sustain you
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Kathy
Beardstown, IL
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I’m so sorry to hear this he was so kind Joyce was my sister
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Angela Bell
Auburn, IL
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My sincere condolences to all. John was a kind man & will be missed.
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Lindsey Wellenkamp
Beardstown, IL
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So sorry to hear of John’s passing. He was always around growing up and was always the photographer for all of our family events. We were always fond of John and will miss him. He was a good man.