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June 24, 2010
My deepest condolences to the Harrison family. May your fond memories of Jack comfort you during this difficult time along with the promise held out at Revelation 21:3,4.
June 24, 2010
The family of Joseph J. Kwederis would like to express our most heartfelt sympathies to the Harrison family. Our father,Joe,was commissioned as a 2nd. Lt. in the U.S.Army Air Corp serving in England as a B-24 Navigator. On April 29, 1944 while returning to base, his aircraft was shot down near the border of Holland. The surviving crew were quickly captured, and our father Joe was intered at Stalag Luft III. Though the allies were segregated by nationality after the "Great Escape" it is very likely that these two very resourceful men were able to meet or perhaps even form a friendship while imprisoned. It is this possibilty that comforts us. Joe was involved in a failed escape attempt himself which tragically resulted in the loss of 2 commrades and his recapture not far from the prison camp. Joe passed away quietly at his home in Oakland,NJ on June 14. May God grant these two Great men eternal rest and peace, a fitting reward for such selfless sacrifice and service to humanity. God Bless both our families during this very sad time we share.
June 23, 2010
As one who had a dear uncle in a German camp I have heard the stories of their bravery. My uncle recalled hearing of the "great escape" when he was in prision and was warned of the Germans murdering the prisioners. Thank you Mr. Harrison for your service to the world and mankind.
June 23, 2010
God bless Jack Harrison you can be sure he is with God now and at peace.You will be missed.
June 22, 2010
What a wonderful life he led. He served his country and gave so much more to his family. I am sure they are proud of him and I am sorry for their loss but glad they knew such a man.

Lori George Alexander
Daejeon, South Korea
June 22, 2010
No one has to say anything, Jack Harrison, your actions said it all.
June 22, 2010
Thank you for your service and God bless you and keep you.
June 21, 2010
Rest in Peace Sir. God Bless you and all who served with you.....
June 21, 2010
To the family of Mr.Harrison.
I am gravely sorry for the loss of your beloved one.In the holy bible it can give us hope and comfort at this time and especially for the future.In John 5:28,29 it says "Do not marvel at this for the hour is coming in which all those in memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out..."
June 21, 2010

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