Junior Lineberry Obituary, Junior Lineberry passed away sadly

Junior Lineberry Death, Obituary -Junior (J.B.) Lineberry, a resident of Hillsville, passed away and went to be with Jesus in the morning of Friday, November 11, 2022. He was 89 years old. He died in the comfort of his own home. J.B. Lineberry’s parents, the late Lloyd Lineberry and Ida Faye Easter, brought him into the world in Hillsville, Virginia.

Both of his parents had died away at this point.  In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by one brother, Lawrence Lineberry, and five sisters, among whom were Dorthy Dudley, Ima Akers, and three younger sisters. His grandparents also passed away before him. His great-grandparents were likewise taken from this world before he was born.

Surviving family members include his wife of 67 years, Myrtle Wright Lineberry, who lives at the family home; one son, David Lineberry, who lives in Hereford, Arizona with his wife Missy; five daughters, Karen (Gaylon) Goad of Hillsville, Sandy (Woody) Lineberry of Hillsville, Charlene (Jackson) Hayes of Hillsville, Marissa Lineberry of Hillsville, and Regina (Tim) Beasley of Hillsville; fifteen grandchildren In addition to this, he is still in contact with a sizable number of his ancestors, friends, and acquaintances. Ella Sky, who is a great-great-granddaughter, is a really wonderful person.

J.B. was a devout follower of God’s church at the Indian Valley location. He spent a significant portion of his life as a preacher, during which he served as the pastor of a number of different churches, established missions, organized tent revivals, ministered in nursing homes and jails, and aired his sermons on the radio for a total of 47 years.

J.B.’s professional life was spent in the armed forces. He was an auctioneer by trade and his passions included both shopping for bargains and discovering good ones. A significant portion of his working life was spent operating his own business in the drywall sector. J.B. enjoyed the time he got to spend outside and was always looking for new and exciting projects to take on.

While on vacation, he indulged in his love of excitement and spent quality time with the people he cared about the most. He was a wonderful spouse, father, grandpa, and Great Grandfather all rolled into one person. His loved ones will feel his absence keenly in their day-to-day activities.