Swan Funeral Home


Jack G. Liner

November 21, 1940March 22, 2021

Old Saybrook, Hartford, East Hartford, Windsor, Newington - Jack G. Liner of Old Saybrook, CT son of the late Harold and Edith (Grimshaw) Liner of Windsor, CT passed away on March 22, 2021. Born in Hartford on November 21,1940. A resident of Hartford, E. Hartford, Windsor, and Newington moving to Old Saybrook in 2006. He attended Windsor High School graduating in 1959 and Hartford State Technical School. Married to the love of his life Judy for 41 years, which they shared many trips often leaving spontaneously for some new adventure.

Co-owner of Liner-Atwill Company along with his brother Skip, a 73 year old business, started by their grandfather in 1920 one of the oldest sheet metal contractors in Connecticut specializing in commercial and industrial projects. Successfully completing projects at The Hartford Civic Center renovation, 100 Pearl St., City Place II, and the Metro Building. The company had successfully carried on for 3 generations.

He was an avid Yankees and Giants fan and spent a few trips to Giants stadium tailgating with his children. A member of Elks Lodge in Windsor for 50 years playing on their golf and baseball leagues and a member of the house committee.

A communicant of St. Mark’s Church, Westbrook, His motto “God, Family, Country” Always with a smile on his face. Family meant the world to him. He was willing to help neighbors and friends who were in need of a helping hand or lend out his tools to anyone who would ask. Was a driver for the Estuary Council of Seniors in Old Saybrook and enjoyed being around people and helping out others less fortunate.

Besides his wife Judy, he leaves to mourn his Children Debbie Werner of Andover Ct., Jack Liner II (Tracy) of So. Windsor, Ct, and Jason Liner (Kim) of Westford, Mass. His grandchildren David (Katie) Liner ( Avon, CT), Kevin Liner (Glastonbury), Kristina(Arturo) Valle, (Middletown, CT), Mitch Werner, (No. Carolina), Jackie Werner (Bristol, CT), Claire, Julia & Henry Liner (Westford, Mass), and great-grandchildren Connor and Ella Liner (Avon, CT). His brothers Harold (Skip) Liner (Nancy), Venice, FL, William (Bill) Liner Cocoa Beach, FL, his brother-in-law Don (Maria) Parker (Newington, CT), many nieces and nephews, and family and friends too numerous to mention.

The family would like to thank Dr. To and Dr. Boyer of Yale New Haven Hospital for their caring and compassion, the staff of 9W, and MICU 10th floor for their support.

Due to COVID there will not be calling hours, but a Celebration of Life Mass to be held in the near future.


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Robert Beaudoin

March 27, 2021

Jack will always be remembered with such fondness. We are thankful for the memories of our happy hours and lively conversations. Our condolences to all who loved him.
Martha & Bob

Uyen To

March 26, 2021

He was a truly remarkable person. He made everyone who met him laugh and smile and was one of the kindest and most caring people I have ever met. He is missed dearly.

James Boyer

March 26, 2021

When Jack came to clinic, no matter how ill he felt, he always wanted to know how we were and always with a smile. He was a remarkable human being and will long be remembered.

Bob Day

March 25, 2021

Jack was one of gods earth angels God must’ve needed another angel to take him away as soon as he did it was one of my best friends I will always love him and never forget him I know he’s in the arms of our Lord and that is my comfort God bless Jack Judy and his family Hope to see you again Jack bob day

Jennifer Barrows

March 24, 2021

Dear Jack,
You were so funny,kind and generous. You made me feel like I was worth something in my crazy life. I'll miss you very much. Heaven will welcome you with open arms.
Love from Jennifer Barrows

Diane Giordano

March 24, 2021

Jack was very special. He never lost his sense of humor and never failed to make me laugh. He will be missed deeply