Our prayers and thoughts are with your family at this time.May God wrap his loving arms around each one of you during this time. The McWilliams Family
T and family. I am so sorry to hear of "Daddy Jack's" passing. For such a brief moment in time we shared a lifetime of memories. My trip there was wonderful. "Daddy Jack" was so happy to go "shoulder to shoulder" with us. He took us on his cart to show us the sights of the community. We had so many laughs and it meant so much to share that time with him and my wonderful friend. Now I know why they say the phrase "southern hospitality". It is a time I will always cherish. We were all like teenagers and loved every minute of that time with "daddy Jack".
"Daddy Jack" now you have front row and center seats for LSU and The Saints! I will miss you. Thanks for those wonderful memories that the three of us shared. Love you. Dawn M.
Laura, Jim and I send our thoughts and prayers to you and yours.
Sincerely, Claudette Sanguinetti
Laura, all of you are in our thoughts and prayers. We are so sorry for your loss.
Jackie and Herb Landry
Jack was a friend to all and a steadfast Tennis enthusiast. Jack was supportive to me throughout my youth and he will be surely missed by all. What a GREAT life.
Dear Suzann and all Mr. Jack's family:
My fondest memory of Mr. Jack was Halloween in TCE. It is so sad to loose the makers of my childhood memories!
Love to you all
Barbara Sue Wingfield
Laura my prayers are with you and your family during this loss. Jack and I learn computers when I was on sabbatical, so I sure he is asking God for a computer. God bless and give peace to the entire Morris family.
I lost my father in September '04 and my son was born in October '04. In the span of about 30 days, I lost and gained the two most important males in my life. Then about 2 yrs. later my son met Mr. Jack - a memorable day it was - introducing Jackson to another man who had become such an important part of my life - like a second father to me in my Dad's absence. I especially cherish the multiple visits Mr. Jack and I had over the course of this past year, particularly our last one the evening of Mardi Gras Day. We had a little party, so to speak, in his room at rehab, and made a memorable call to Brad that evening. Mr. Jack was firing on all cylinders, full of life and energy, and he peaked when we got Brad on the phone. One learns a lot about a person when he or she is flat on their back, and I respect the way Mr. Morris departed this life with dignity, and am joyful that he has now entered into Everlasting Glory. Thank you for the life lessons Mr. Jack, and for the memories. God's Peace and Blessings to all who love and miss him.
Leann and Family,
We are so sorry for the loss of your dad. May God give you the strength you need at this time.
Jane, Mary Jane and Carmel Ann
Jack Morris and Waskey concrete slabs had a lot in common. Thet were both best of the best. many projects over many years all satisfactorly completed. He was a fine man. I'm very sorry. Hank Ingerman(old McDermott hand) River Ridge,LA. a.
We are praying for you all as you deal with this loss.
Jack and my sister, Sara, became high
school sweethearts when I was about 3.
I was never treated as the "bratty"
little sister. He was, and always will be my brother-in-law. My prayers
are with his children.
Jack was instrumental in the success of Waskey Bridges and was greatly missed after his retirement. Always enjoyed his humor and his wisdom. My thoughts and prayers are with Jack and his family. Sincerely, Rhett Anderson
Offering our deepest condolences during this difficult time.