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August 21, 2014
Sorry for your loss. Searching for information on his step-mother, Ann. Which cemetery did the family use?
October 13, 2013
Living next door to his dad during WWII, Jack was a dear friend to a liitle girl...and I was the first person to ever sit in his chair while my mother was seeing his Dad and Jack had not opened his office yet..but was there and he sat me in his chair and pumped me up
and down and read me a comic book.
October 11, 2013
David and I were so sorry that we were out of town at the time of Jack's funeral. He was a special lifelong friend, as Judge and Ann lived next door to my Jones grandparents on Gillespie Street. He was also my dentist for many years. Out love to his beautiful family.
Angie and David McNamara
October 09, 2013
Dr. Jack was a wonderful, caring person. He always took whatever time was necessary to minimize the pain and discomfort of his patients. His was a life well-lived helping others.
October 07, 2013
Jack was the quinnessential golfing gentleman. I played with him and the Super Coots at Colonial CC.I always enjoyed being paired with him, always an encourager with a friendly grin, Jack enjoyed talking to his Baptist Minister friend who could as per him,"hit it a mile"but didn't know where it was going. One lovable man.GOD's Blessings on your family.
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