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John and his family were good people, we used to do a lot of business with them when we were in the gun/reloading business many years ago ...
May John rest in peace, Condolances to the family and friends ... WPT ... (YAC) ...
 

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John shot at the Twin City Gun Club in Rock Falls often. He was very well liked. He and Luige Michleon would often bring a whole squad to our shoots.
My sincere sympathy for his family. Respectfully,Jerry L. Crenshaw
 

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John Conevera would shoot the ATA at Maywood Sportsman Club..He would be the first one at the gate in the morning and would be on the first squad..He would break a great score at the 16s and be on his way home before anyone knew he had left..A lot of times I just saw his score posted and not him..Score was usually 99 or 100..What a great 16 yard shooter..
 

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I started buying components from John when you could reload for a buck a box!He was doing 4,000,000 ayear out of the basement of a 6000 house! A good guy!
 

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John was a personal friend of mine. He started me in trap shooting in 1975.
Also sold me my first trapgun (Model 12) and my first MEC loader. John was
a Marine who served in Korea. I never met anyone who disliked John. In addition
to being an excellant trapshooter, he was also an excellant cook who loved to
cook lunch for friends and business associates at his home/business. He will
be missed.
 
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