Robert Jackson "Jack" Mercer
Kay,Jodie, and all of the Mercer family I am truly sorry for your loss. I always enjoyed talking with Bob and seeing his smiling face when I worked for Dr. Dukes. I will keep all of you in my thoughts and prayers.
Leigh Anna James
Dear Mercer Family,
What a gentle and instructive spirit Dr. Mercer shared in all things. He was a faithful instructor of my life and for 25 years I have now had the opportunity to impact students as he did. His legacy does in fact live in so many of his students. My prayers for peace are with you all. God Bless us Everyone!
The legacy of Dr. Mercer will continue in many places & through many people. I know this as my family has the blessing & privilege of having Jack's son Bobby in our circle. We know our lives are richer as the web of life connects our hearts to your grieving hearts. Please accept our deepest condolences. May you be assured that our love & prayers are there for you now & in the days ahead. God's peace be with you. The Ingwalson Family
I remember Sunday School classes and parties with you and Jack. He was a good man and will be missed by all. You have my deepest sympathy.
I knew Dr. Mercer about all my life. I grew up in the Clemson United Methodist Church with his kids. He taught me research and statitics at Clemson. I was his last graduate student to take oral comps. He was a very good, but serious professor. He had a great sense of humor and told me that when the twins were born the Dr. came out holding 2 fingers up. Dr. Mercer gave him the peace sign back and then the nurse came out with two babbies and he ask her which one was his. He did not know they had had twins. When he saw me he would always walk up with his tennis shoes on and say " hey partner". He was a very special person and will be missed by all. We will keep you all in our thoughts and prayers.