McInerney Jr., John "Jack" Joseph

March 26, 2021

John "Jack" Joseph McInerney Jr. - age: 94
(January 04, 1927 to March 26, 2021 )
Resident of Arroyo Grande, California

John “Jack” Joseph McInerney, Jr., age 94, passed away peacefully Friday March 26, 2021. Born January 4th, 1927 to parents John Joseph McInerney Sr. and Alice Irene Williams in San Francisco, California. Survived by sons Kevin Scott McInerney and
John William McInerney, Brother Eddie McInerney and his wife Joyce and their daughters Julie Brandt and Vicky Calibro. Preceded in death by his oldest son Michael Morgan McInerney and wife Allodene Fay McInerney. Jack was a life-long 49ers football fan and a season ticket holder for many years who attended their Super Bowl win at Stanford Stadium with his wife Allodene.

Jack enlisted in the Navy right out of high school on June 21, 1944. He was honorably discharged as a radioman second class in 1946. He lived in San Jose and worked in dispatch where he met his wife Allodene. They were married on September 2, 1962. They eventually settled in Ukiah where they raised their children. Jack worked in real estate and insurance before opening tax offices with his wife Allodene in Willits and Ukiah, California. In their retirement years, Jack and Allodene loved to travel in their fifth wheel trailer with their dog, Nemo and enjoyed meeting new people on the road.

Jack enjoyed the simple things in life like a good meal with family and friends, and listening to the radio. He enjoyed listening to sports games on the radio more than watching them on TV. He always had his portable radio with him tuned into his favorite am stations.

There will be an outside graveside service on April 9th, 2021 at 1:00 pm at Ukiah Cemetery for those who knew Jack and would like to attend.

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