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John William Linkous

New River Valley, Virginia

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A very good man. He will truly be missed

My condolences on your loss. May our Lord grant you peace and comfort. May memories of happy, healthier times bring many smiles.
In Christ's Love,
Charles Judy

JW was a wonderful person. I will always remember how much he and Lec did for the youth of the Methodist church (many years ago!)He worked countless hours for us. Heaven has gained a great worker and a great person.

There are no words that can express the loss our family will feel with the passing of such a great uncle, great-uncle, and such a fine brother-in-law to my father Cecil Dalton. We all had many great times together and we will always cherish such memories. Our prayers are will you now and forever.

JW has touched so many of us in our lives and he will always be a part of us.He was a good man and will always be remembered. I'm so sorry.

J.W. is a cousin (mother's side)and a friend. He was such a good person, and it was a pleasure to say "he and I are related". He will be sadly missed here, but certainly welcomed into his heavenly home.

He leaves many wonderful memories. Cecil loved him like a brother. My prayers are with the family.

So very sorry for your loss- JW was a great guy to work with and a good friend. MSM

Our church family and community will feel the deep loss of such a wonderful and caring man; but heaven has gained another precious soul. My heart aches for all of you,and prayers will continue to be lifted up daily. God bless and comfort you in the coming days.
Much love in Christ,
Loretta Pifer & Family


John's Obituaries

John William Linkous, 84, of New River, passed away Wednesday, March 20, 2013. He was preceded in death by his parents, George and Susan Linkous, his beloved brother, Lewis D. Linkous, and a special aunt, Loise Divers. John enjoyed working in his church and carpentry work. He retired from...

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