John Brackin Death, Obituary – There was a memorial service conducted for John Brackin Sr., who had passed away following a break-in at his property, and his family paid their respects to him during the service. Mr. Brackin Sr. sustained serious wounds during the break-in that took place at his home in High Wycombe on November 19, and sadly, he did not survive the subsequent period of time. A homicide investigation is currently being conducted by the Thames Valley Police Department. “John Brackin Sr. was a beloved father, grandpa, and great grandfather to his five children, John Jr., Orban, Burton, Julie, and Danny.
In addition, he was the grandfather of five children of his own. Because he placed such a great value on each and every one of us, he treasured the time he got to spend with his family and considered it a blessing. He had a place of great significance in each of our lives. He was taken away from us in such a heinous way when he was 91 years old. Although John was born on the Caribbean island nation of Saint Vincent, he eventually made his home in the United Kingdom. This move occurred in the early 1960s. Even though he had been retired for a good number of years at that point, he had spent his whole working life at William Hands Furniture, where he worked as a stoker and also in maintenance.
He had been retired for a good number of years at that time. “He was a man of great pride, as well as one who was very neat and ordered. His entire home was meticulously organized, and he frowned upon anything that was moved from its designated space or otherwise out of place. In his senior years, he found tremendous enjoyment in a variety of activities, including spending time with his family and friends, imbibing brandy, and watching the television show Desmond’s, which was his all-time favorite. In the later years of his life, he never ventured out of the house without his slippers.
Even the funeral of his beloved Rose, which took place earlier this year in them, he was there to attend. Rose had passed away earlier this year. He liked it when everything was straightforward and simple. To put it more succinctly, he was an absolutely pleasant and bubbly gentlemen. We are going to miss him tremendously in every way.