Pen City Current obituary - John M. Pennock, 73, Revere, Mo.


John Pennock, 73, of Revere, Mo., passed away at 9:50 p m on Monday, June 10, 2024, at the Great River Medical Clinic in West Burlington, Iowa.
John was born in Wellington, Kansas, on August 25, 1950, to John T. and Bonnie B. (Shepherd) Pennock. John and his parents moved frequently over the years, causing him to attend numerous schools and eventually settling at Central Lee High School. There, he thrived in track and field, holding a school record for several years. However, his sports career was abruptly cut short during his senior year due to a football injury that hospitalized him for several months. After high school he began his working career at The Daily Gate City as an Apprentice Printer followed by a variety of other jobs, ending his employment career at Sutton Motors in Macon, Missouri. John married Rebecca Anderson, with whom he had three children. Although they later divorced, John found lasting companionship with Deb Harrison, who remained devoted to him for 40 years, standing by him through all of life's moments. In his younger years, John enjoyed fishing with a cold drink in hand, but as he grew older, he became an avid reader who cherished his solitude. He is survived by his devoted companion Debra Harrison, 1 son: Josh Pennock of Burlington, IA., 2 daughters: Heather (Tracy) Madsen of Donnellson, IA., Chelsea (Josh) Stevens of Burlington, IA., 2 brothers: Chris Jarvis of Iowa City, IA., Mike (Lori) Jarvis of Franklin, IA., 6 grandchildren: Ethan, Jayden, Gavin, Henry, Nicholas, Harrison and other relatives and friends. John was preceded in death by his parents, his stepdad: James Jarvis, 3 brothers: Jeff, Chuck and Scott Jarvis. Memorials in memory of John Pennock are suggested to the Clark County Fair Horse Racing or to Athens Park. There will be no visitation or service. Condolences may be left for the family at www.wilsontriplett.com
There will be no visitation or service.

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