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John Wesley Kinne
John Wesley Kinne, of Quitman, passed away in Winnsboro Tuesday evening, February 21, 2017 at the age of 82.
John Wesley Kinne was born in Watertown, New York on January 24, 1935 to Elmer and Mary Kinne. He lived in Quitman 2 years, moving from Stuart, Florida. He retired after working in concrete sales for many years. He was also a volunteer fireman in New York.
He is preceded in death by his mother and father.
He is survived by his wife, Patricia Kinne of Quitman; two daughters, Michelle Stonoha and husband Mike of Shelton, CT and Vickie Fagg and husband Gordon of Quitman; brother, Bill Kinne of New York; sister, Alice LaParr of New York; two grandchildren, one great grandson, and several nieces and nephews.
Sorry to hear of Uncle Jack's passing. He always had the kind of cool that would make Steve McQueen seem square. Fond memories of days gone by. Deepest sympathy to Aunt Pat, Michelle, Vickie, and the rest of the family. I think of Uncle Jack every time I work on our little Nash Metropolitan. Love, Rusty
Rusty Feb 25 2017 12:00 AM
It is always sad when a loved one dies, whether you've been close or separated by the miles for any length of time. As one of the older nieces of uncle Jack, I remember the fun times at Grandma and Grandpa Kinne's house at 207 E. Lynde St. in Watertown. Uncle Jack, his sisters Evy & Alice & My dad Bill, and their spouses and all of their children would gather at Christmas time... There was laughter, much Music! children dancing adults conversing and preparing a feast😊 I am sending prayers for peace and comfort for all who knew our fun loving uncle. Despite the long time since Aunt Evy died, I'm sure that she & Grandma and Grandpa Kinne and Aunt Edna will be reunited With Uncle Jack when he arrives in heaven... Ready for a party. Hugs and much love, Cheri (Kinne) McGurn
Cheri Kinne McGurn Feb 25 2017 12:00 AM
So sorry to hear of Uncle Jack's passing. He lived a full and fun filled life and we will miss him greatly. Love to Aunt Pat and family.
Roy L Randall Feb 23 2017 12:00 AM