I certainly remember Jack Twyman in the NBA.He was a terrific,hard working player.
I remember having his 1957-58 Topps Basketball card.My deepest sympathy to his wife and family.
Jack Twyman was a boyhood idol of mine. He represented everything good about the game. It was not only his basketball skills but his genuine love and care for a fellow human being that defined his greatness. The world was a better place because.of Jack Twyman.
My deepest sympathy to his family.
This man was in the Hall of Fame of Humanity. Byrne Clearwater,Fl.
I grew up spending Sundays and holidays in the house next door on Sacramento St. Jack and my father were 2nd cousins. I remember dunking basketballs, sitting on Jack's shoulders in the dirt lot across the street. I remember Jack and Ned emptying a stuffed animal vendor's stock at a free throw shooting concession at the amusement park in Ligonier. My last memory is of Jack and Carole walking away one night in Sheriden, after a family gathering, eldest daughter between them barely able to hold their hands and keep her feet on the ground. I have always been proud to say that Jack and I were related, if even so distantly. My sincerest condolences to all of the family.
How lucky I was to be a classmate, friend and admirer of Jack Twyman.