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Unvaccinated Michigan diner owner who defied shutdown dies of COVID-19

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Parney previously served in the Marine Corps.
Parney previously served in the Marine Corps.

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An unvaccinated Michigan diner owner who bucked a state shutdown during the coronavirus pandemic has died of COVID-19.

John Scott Parney Sr., who ran the Quincy Diner in southern Michigan, died on Dec. 14 at a hospital in Battle Creek, according to his obituary. The 62-year-old Camden man was first hospitalized with the virus in late September but returned home days later.

Parney ran the Quincy Diner in Michigan and defied orders during the state’s lockdown.  Google Maps

Parney’s condition then dramatically worsened — with relatives finding him “incoherent” and confused in his bed two days later, according to an online fundraiser posted on his behalf.

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