Jon Ian Passed Away | Cause of Death
Jon Ian Death & Obituary: It with so much sadness that friends and families of late Ian announced the death on social media.
Jon Ian passed away January 6, 2020. He died at the age of 48. Friends, relatives and concerned individuals are painfully mourning the unexpected passing of the deceased.
InsideEko learnt about this death news through a social media post.
I am so saddened to hear about the passing of former @OfficialPWG ring announcer Jon Ian. A great guy taken way too soon. The wrestling world was a better place with him in it.
My condolences to his family and friends. pic.twitter.com/QU2zlvh92d
— Kevin (@FightOwensFight) January 6, 2020
Our prayers are with families of the deceased and everyone mourning the death.
More details about this death and what really happened has not been released.
Jon Ian Cause Of Death
The cause of death is unknown yet. We are looking out for more details and circumstances surrounding the death. We will make update this post once we have new details available on this.
Tributes made to Jon Ian:
“he was a great guy and the scene was better for being a part of it” – too true. RIP Jon Ian. Thank you for all you did and gave to us. https://t.co/Xf1Pd6BySV
— Rust Taylor, aka Ryan (@RustyTaylolz) January 7, 2020
Jon Ian was always so kind when I worked with him in the @NWA in the 2008-2011 era.
So sorry to hear of his passing. He was so driven and full of ideas. He had this laugh and infectious personalty that you always wanted to be around.
You’ll be missed Jon. pic.twitter.com/LPPz2UmIDU
— David Lagana (@Lagana) January 6, 2020
Terrible news out of SoCal regarding a gentleman who had been around the wrestling scene for a long time. Jon Ian was very well liked by all of us who crossed paths with him, and those who knew him through his announcing. My thoughts are with Jon, his family, friends and fans 😔 https://t.co/r989FnHV9x
— Justin Roberts (@JustinRoberts) January 6, 2020
Sad to hear about the passing of Jon Ian. One of the best ring announcers to hold a mic, one of the kindest people I have ever met and one of the most loving individuals to ever exist. From PWG to Mach1 to CWFH this is a great loss.
Rest In Power Sir.
— Howdy New Year & Dino Winwood (@DinoWinwood) January 6, 2020