Randa, I thought a lot of your father & enjoyed caring for him at Active Day. He reminded me of my grandfather, that was nice. I am sorry for your loss.
~Leah Wolf, CNA
Jack & Mildred were such a loving and wonderful couple. If you saw one the other one was usually nearby too. Jack was a man who loved God and loved his family and his church. He loved to have a good time. My grandsons remember him fondly when they were younger boys because he always loved to tease them. He is Home now with his Savior, his beloved wife and many friends. Our Love and Sympathy to all the family. Our prayers are with you.
I loved Jack and Mildred. They always had a twinkle in their eyes and a smile on their faces. I remember when my folks had moved to South Carolina and there was something special going on at church. Jack and Mildred drove up to Ball State and brought me home with them for the weekend.
They were a lovely couple and I'm sure they rejoiced at being reunited. I always smile when I think of them.
Jamie (Eudaley) Holtsclaw
P.S. Thanks for helping with the youth group all those years ago, David!
Randa - I'm so sorry. Jack was a very special and kind man, always ready with a story.
randa I am so sorry to hear about your dads passing sincerely steven jackson
Mike and I are so sorry to hear of the loss of Uncle Jack. He was a kind, good soul. We were always so glad when he and Aunt Mildred would come to Eulah's. What a beautiful reunion that must be going on in Heaven. Our hearts go out Joan, Randa, Ruth Ellen and families.With Sympathy, Mike and Nellie Engleman