I am sorry to hear of Jacks passing. I think of you often. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Lots of great memories--whether from Marine View Drive, aboard 'Keema', "holding court" at the round table at the WAC--Jack lived a life worth celebrating and emulating!
Jack and I worked together when I was a Commercial Loan Officer at Seafirst Mortgage in the late 1960s. We became good friends over the years and did some remarkable deals together, both debt and equities, many involving publicly-traded companies (Safeway, Sears, Albertsons, Pay'n Save Corporation, Krogers) with long-term financing through major life insurance companies our company represented. Jack's work was top-flight, which was a major part of the relationship we worked hard to create. And he was a fun guy to work with - respected and well-liked. Later in my career I managed the real property assets of a Seattle family and brought Jack and his firm onto our team. We enjoyed considerable success and had fun along the way. Jack was my good friend and I'll miss him.
Skip Gilbert, Bellevue, WA
Celebrating a life well lived. We will cherish the memories forever.
Gilbert W. (Bert) Murphy 1942 U. of W classmate.We last visited (by phone) on Mar. 30,2013. We kept in touch over the the years by mail-shared a ride to get out of the service at Ft. Lewis in 1946 and had lunch at the Yacht Club and to see his new boat in 1985