John Kincart Death – Houlihan Lawrence Licensed Associate Real Estate Agent John Kincart of Yorktown Heights, New York has sadly passed away. He died on Tuesday 5th December 2023 after a courageous battle with cancer. He was confirmed dead on Wednesday through a Facebook that says “John Kincart, former Cathedral Prep faculty member and coach passed away on Tuesday, December 5th at Calvary Hospital after a valiant battle against cancer”.
John Kincart Career
John Kincart has been a real estate agent in the Dutchess, Westchester, and Putnam counties for over 27 years. Working as a full-time real estate agent, he has proven adept in a wide range of tasks related to the industry, including property valuation, site development, building, and sales and rentals of both commercial and residential properties. He was a top producer who has been consistently recognized for his dedication to professionalism and attention to detail. He has received multiple honors for his work. His knowledge and experience allow him to testify as an expert witness in legal cases and offer sound advice to investors and sellers alike.
John has been an invaluable asset to both clients and colleagues due to his extensive understanding of the market. In addition to his success in real estate, John is a dedicated community member who has served on multiple volunteer boards. His commitment to child athletics was evident through his coaching roles with the Yorktown child Soccer Club and the Yorktown Athletic Club’s baseball program.
What you need to know about John Kincart
Furthermore, John has demonstrated his dedication to local governance by serving for the last twelve years on the Town of Yorktown’s Planning Board and the Board of Assessment Review. His enthusiasm for education is evident in his involvement in a variety of Yorktown High School programs and activities, spanning from athletics to the performing arts. He was actively involved in the community through his roles as a committee member, annual fundraiser, and long-term teacher of Christian Community Development (CCD) programs at St. Patrick’s Church.
He has strong ties to history and culture groups through his status as an esteemed member and former president of the local Ancient Order of Hibernians chapter. Additionally, John’s dedication to charity endeavors was demonstrated by his role as an annual sponsor for The American Cancer Society Relay for Life.
John Kincart’s obituary will be released by the family
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