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September 21, 2018

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April 24, 2018
Jackie's dad and my dad were boyhood friends from the time they were five years old living in Glenfield, Pennsylvania, near Pittsburgh. I knew his parents as Aunt Marion and Uncle Ed. Our grandparents were friends, as well as my great grandmother also. Our parents were friends before, and all throughout, their married lives. We all vacationed together in Cape May, New Jersey for about ten years, from the time I was eight years old until I was engaged at age 18. One year Jack's cousin Donna Haines even joined us. Another year Jack's grandmother, Mrs. Haines, went to Cape May, but stayed at The Windsor, a hotel, instead of climbing the three flights of stairs to our apartment. Jack was eight or so years older than I and he was always working. After he was old enough he no longer stayed with us in Cape May because he worked as an elevator operator at the Admiral Hotel in Cape May, and I assume he also stayed there in the summertime. My mother became a friend of Jack's aunt Genevieve after they were both widowed. Many are the happy memories of those times which are running around in my head every day when I look at the memorabilia (aka 'clutter') openly displayed on my bookshelves, counters, etc. So sorry to read of your physical passing, Jackie, but you live on here in my childhood remembrances, and in the numerous photographs of you as a little boy, which I look at occasionally. Here's to you, Jackie. I'll "bend the elbow to you" this Friday at TGIF.
Jane Carol Carpenter (Jane Fellows)
January 8, 2018
We miss his smiling face, his quick wit and his ability to prepare to leave a function before he arrived! May God Bless and comfort you Barbara. We love you.

Charles & Rita