Kenneth Linscott, a resident of Fischer, Texas died unexpectedly on September 7th, 2022 while hiking in Palo Duro Canyon, Texas. On September 24, 2022 at 4:00p friends and family are welcome to gather in remembrance of Ken Linscott, at the home of his brother,
10685 Red Fox Street
Canal Winchester OH 43110
Ken was born on December 14th, 1965 to the late David and Janice (Tolliver) Linscott in Columbus, Ohio. He grew up in Columbus, Ohio playing football throughout his childhood and into his early college years. Ken became a graduate of The Ohio State University then went on to become a Columbus Police Officer, which he did proudly for nearly 29 years. Ken enjoyed traveling, photography, and was an excellent cook. After Ken’s retirement from the Columbus Police Department, Ken and Pamela moved to their residence in Fischer, Texas where Ken enjoyed nearly two years living on Canyon Lake, fishing and kayaking, going out to the firearms range and building guns in his new gun shop, grilling out on the smoker, taking his Jeep out on the local trails, road trips and exploring the areas many hiking trails.
He is proceeded in death by grandparents Rodney and Maxine Linscott and Bill and Mary Tolliver and stepson Zachary McKeever.
Ken is survived by his loving wife, Pamela and his son, Maxwell, step-children, Wesley, Alec and Hannah, brother, Randy (Chris) Linscott, stepmother Cheryl Linscott, in-laws Max (Olga) Von Schriltz, stepbrother Chris (Lori) Mays, nephews Zachary Linscott, Austin Linscott and Wyatt McCracken, nieces Chelcie (Ché) Kennedy, Jordann (Mark) Rector, Gillian McCracken and great nieces and nephews.
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