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Andrew Jackson Linkinoggor

Born: Sun., Jul. 31, 1927
Died: Mon., Jan. 11, 2021

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Andy Linkinoggor, age 93, of Wallback, heard his name called by our Lord and Savior on January 11, 2021. Andy was born on July 31, 1927 to Leonard and Emza (Naylor) Linkinoggor.
Andy left high school early to serve his country in World War II in November of 1945. He was assigned to the Statistical Central Office, Headquarter 317th Troop Airman Group in Japan. He served in the Air Force for two years and received his honorable discharge in April 1947.
He married Beulah Pauline Moore on June 22, 1948. They were happily married for 49 years. He retired from Union Carbide at Alloy with 40 years of service.
Andy was preceded in death by his five siblings, his wife Beulah, his son Johnny Basil, and grandson Johnny Mark.
He is survived by his daughter Peggy Parsons (Jackie) and son Jerry Linkinoggor (Kathi).
Special thanks to Deliah Cantrell and Denise Holcomb for help caring for our dad.
Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.carlwilsonfuneralhome.com. Wilson Smith is honored to be serving the Linkinoggor family.

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Mary Kathryn (Taylor) King
   Posted Tue January 12, 2021
Peggy and Family, and, Jerry and Family,
My thoughts and prayers are with you. Andy and I were serving the Lord in the same church for several years. He was a fine and kind man I thank him for his service to
our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ and for his service to our country. May God grant
you loving and sweet memories of your Dad and Grandad.
Mary Kathryn

Janet Hamilton
   Posted Wed January 13, 2021
I am sorry to hear of your loss.

Jack Daugherty
   Posted Wed January 13, 2021
I am sorry to hear about you Dad. I know my Dad thought highly of him when they worked at Alloy all those years. Hope you are doing ok. With Greatest Sympathy, Jack D

Robert Wymer
   Posted Wed January 13, 2021
My sincere condolences to the family. I had the PRIVILEGE of being his supervisor for many years at Union Carbide, Alloy. Andy was the best and most co-operative and helpful man I have worked with. Best at operating machinery, clerk and office duties and sharpening knives! Thankful that he had a good and long life to leave his mark.

Paula Workman
   Posted Wed January 13, 2021
We are so sorry for the loss of your father...
Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers
Jim and Paula Workman

Jimmy & Shelly Stalnaker
   Posted Fri January 15, 2021
Thinking of your family during this time.

God gives us our precious loved ones for a time on this earth and in our hearts forever. Your Dad was a trusted, kind, caring man who set such a good example for us all. Remember the good times.

Love and Prayers,
Jimmy and Shelly

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