Legendary Record-Breaking pilot John Lear dies at 79, Cause of Death - Obituary Death

Legendary Record-Breaking pilot John Lear dies at 79, Cause of Death

John Olson Lear was a record-breaking pilot, a conspiracy theorist, and a State Senate candidate. He also served as a CIA pilot and set multiple aviation records.

John Lear: The Cause of Death of Former CIA pilot

Jon Lear is well known for publicly criticizing the alleged Pentagon cover-up of UFOs. According to him, the first trip to Mars took place in 1966. In fact, even on the red planet, there are around 600 million extraterrestrial creatures and some human states.

He died on March 29, 2022, at the age of 79. His daughter announced his demise. According to her, Lear died in his sleep at his Las Vegas home on Tuesday night. However, because the medical report has not yet been released, no cause of death has been revealed.

We will keep you updated on his cause of death as soon as we learn more from a reliable source.

John Lear Age, Family, and Early Life

John Lear was born on December 3, 1942. He was 79 years old at the time of his death. Bill Lear, the eventual founder of Learjet, and his wife Moya Marie Olsen Lear were his parents. He was named after his maternal grandpa, John Olsen, a well-known comedian.

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His second and third birthday parties were featured in an Ohio newspaper’s “Society” section. Then only 19 years old, Lear claimed that he had climbed the Matterhorn for the first time as the youngest American ever. He set multiple records as an aviator, carving his own path.

John Lear’s Career, What was his profession?

In 1965, Lear worked for the Paul Kelly Flying Service. Lear and a crewmate performed a record-breaking flight around the world between May 23 and 26, 1966. After piloting a LearJet hauling the musical band The Byrds, Lear was highlighted in the Wichita Press.

John was a former CIA pilot who is well known for his UFO conspiracy ideas, and Lear claimed to have flown “secret missions for the CIA” between 1967 and 1983. Lear has announced disputed information, such as names, details, and the estimated population of 250 million humanoid aliens who live on the Moon, according to him.

Which school and college did he go to?

He attended Wichita State University after graduating from the boarding school Institut Le Rosey.

John Lear’s Net worth, How much does he earn?

The net worth of  John can not be tracked as his financial status is not known in the public, therefore we will update about his  net worth in the upcoming days.

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John Lear’s wife, What about his relationship?

He was a married man and was married to Marilee Higginbotham. They married in 1070. His wife is the owner of a California fashion modeling agency in Los Angeles, USA. He has a daughter named Allison of which we are aware.

Is he available on any social media platforms?

He was available on Twitter with 87+ followers other than that we didn’t find him in any social media platforms. We will update this section if we get to know about his other social media presence.

Physical Appearance of John Lear’s Height, Weight

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Hair Colour  Salt and pepper
Eye ColourHazel
Body typeFit
Sexual OrientationStraight

Interesting facts about John Lear’s should be known

NationalityAmerican
EthnicityWhite
Zodiac SignN / A
Net WorthN / A
Single/ In a relationshipMarried
Current SpouseMarilee Higginbotham
Children 1

2 thoughts on “Legendary Record-Breaking pilot John Lear dies at 79, Cause of Death”

  1. Oh so sad! I followed John on his FB page for years, and John became less active until there was no more posting at all from him. I’m so happy I have a signed picture of him that he sent me in the mail to Canada. I loved John, loved his stories. He was truly fascinating and talented in so many ways! An artist, a story teller, a memory like an elephant and a pilot who held the most records than any other. I will miss John tremendously as Im sure so many others will as well. RIP my friend and enjoy your journey back home. XXOO

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