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August 18, 2018

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October 14, 2017
Dear Mary Ann and family,
We are so saddened to hear of your losing Jack.
He was a wonderful and devoted husband, a loving father and proud grandpa.
Jack was a true gentleman, a loyal and caring friend and respected in his profession.
May your fond memories bring you all comfort.
Peg and John Gilbert



October 4, 2017
Jack and family,
I'm so very sorry for your loss.
My thoughts and prayers are with you.
October 2, 2017
Aunt Mary and Jack, Howard & James
Tom & I are so sorry for your loss. We have such fond memories over the years. One was when they came to the cabin on a few occasions. Late night talks and ride on the pontoon boat. Uncle Jack was always warm and filled with love. Loved the Christmas gatherings at their home. Stop ins after a football game. After Estelle and Donald passed they stepped in to love us like family. Treasured memories.
September 27, 2017
To my Aunt Mary and my cousins, I send my deep condolences at this time of loss and grief. Uncle Jack earned a position of respect and abiding love in our family clan. We all hold very special memories of him. He was a gracious host of many family gatherings, including a historically festive Christmas party at their lake cottage home, early in their marriage. In my youth, I always liked ducking in to see him in his white coat, behind his pharmacy counter on Main Street, where he delivered care to so many people in a very professional and dedicated manner. His love for his profession was reflected in his great collection of antique pharmacy memorabilia, and I loved touring that with him. As an adult, I hold very fond memories of their visit to see us in Utah, where we watched so many pre-Olympic skating events. Our trips back to Ann Arbor always included lunches, or cookouts, and chats in the sunroom. I will always treasure Uncle Jack's sincere interest, in not only my activities, work, opinions, and well being, but also that of my husband, and his great niece and great nephew. I know he shared this caring attitude with so many others, and that will be deeply missed.
I know I will always feel his spirit, especially in Burns Park, and in the presence of his family and friends. I send my love. Mary Slocum