Dear Polly and family,
Just wanted to say what a precious "love story" I always saw in action. Two people loving, caring, growing and working together through all things. Thank you for the precious example.
Our father, grandfather, one of our biggest supporters and greatest guardian that always watched over us and protected us on earth. You are greatly missed! We know you are enjoying Ted, Granny, and Starr in heaven now and watching over us from above.
We love you Jack!!
Andrea, Tori Weaver, and Camryn Clinard
Jack was one of the first people I met at WFH. I will always remember his wonderful smile. He was always so kind and thoughtful. Such a great guy. I'm sure he'll be missed. Thoughts and prayers to you Polly, and the rest of Jack's family and friends.
Dear Polly and family,
I will miss my telephone conversations with Jack. He always made me laugh. I know that he is with Ted and other family members being held in the arms of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.
You know that you can call me at any time. Love, Gail
Dear Jack's Family,
I met Jack during the first week I worked at WFH. I will always remember his smile and stories he shared with us. Not only was he a good friend, but also very good at his work. He took care of our family in their time of need with much compsssion. May our Lord God grant him peace in His Paradise and Love and Strength to you his family.
My prayers are with you,
I knew Jack Weaver from group at the Vet Center here in Pensacola, FL. He spoke of in wound while in a "Swift Boat ". The wound was on the calf and was awarded a Purple Heart Medal. Jack had three tours of Duty in Viet-Nam. He will be missed.
Michael G. O'Quinn
To My love, This is a task I do with a heavy heart. You have been my husband, my best friend, my lover, my financial advisor, my computer geek, my psychologist, my belly rubbing dance partner, the one who kept me from overthinking everything, my greatest admirer and many other roles you have filled the last forty two years. I like to imagine you playing ball with
Ted and gin rummy with your Mom and dancing with Starr. You always said in the end all a man had was his word and he should keep it. You kept yours - till death do us part. Kiss Ted for me and I'll meet you in my dreams. Love, Polly
Polly, I heard of Jack's passing yesterday. I was stunned and greatly saddened by the news. You , Jack and I go back a long way, to 1969. That was a long time ago, but there are things that time can't change. None of my 5 children ever met Jack, but they all know who " Jack Boy" was. They all wanted to meet him. They said he sounded like an interesting guy, he was that and a whole lot more. I was " Best Man " at his wedding and was " Best Man" at mine. Best Man is a good way to describe him. Jack was one of the best men I ever knew. He was my friend and I loved him! Peace be with you Polly and your entire family.
Polly, we are so sorry for you loss. I also worked with Jack at WFH for many years and it was quite a pleasant surprise when I moved to this part of town and found out we were neighbors. I will always remember his wonderful smile and outlook on life. I will miss seeing him on his golf cart with his granddaughters driving him around. He will forever be in our hearts. Beverly and Michael Smegelski
Polly, I want to express my deepest sympathy to you and the girls. I am honored to be a part of your family. I still remember his response when I asked his permission to propose to Amber, "I was wondering when you were going to do that," almost as if he had already decided it was a given that I was part of the family. I remember fondly listening to Jack tell his stories and jokes while he was making fried shrimp dinner. He was very friendly and enjoyed making people smile and laugh. I will miss our conversations while making dinner or out on the boat.
I am so very sorry to hear of Jack's passing. I just found out tonight when I came into work at WFH. I am so sadden by this. I enjoyed working with Jack over ten years at the time. Wonderful co worker and friend. RIP my friend. You will be missed by many.
Polly, I am so deeply sorry to hear about Jack. we always thought of you as very special friends and have many special memories of the time we all spent together. You and your family will be in our prayers.
We are so sorry to hear of Jack's passing. He was a good neighbor and friend for over 11 years. We will always remember the time he moved the Palm Tree from our yard to his. With only a shovel and small rope. It took awhile but he would not stop until it was standing tall in his yard.
Please know our thoughts are with you, Polly, and the rest of the family.
Our condolences to you all. Will keep you in our prayers. Bill & Dianne Smith
I am so sorry for your loss . Please know that you are all in my thoughts and prayers .
Gods peace and care be with you and your family @ this stressful time.. I worked at W.Fl hospital for many yrs.where i met Jack . he was always considerate of his coworkers and compassionte with his patients.. Sorry for your loss.
As new friends and neighbors of Jack and his lovely family, we would like to extend our heartfelt sympathy to Polly and their children and grandchildren. Sincerely, Debra and Stuart Frye
Although I have a brother, Jack was also my Brother. We loved each other inspite of ourselves. He was a true friend. Never judging, only helping and giving love. I know he's asking Jesus all the questions he had about the bible. He was a believer and prayed for others. He was so very proud of their two daughters; Amber and Andrea. And he really loved his grandchildren. They came before his desires. He once told me he had sought and had the desires of the world but when he met Polly he did't need to seek them anymore. I know he's enjoying Ted now in the land of glory. And one day we will all be together. I already miss him but I always remember him. Steve and Margo
Praying for the family at this most difficult time. I enjoyed working with/for Jack at WFH and will always cherish his friendship
Our oldest, wonderful, fun loving friend, we will dearly miss you.
John & Elaine Phillips Sullivan, MO
your laughter, smile and heartfelt ways will love and miss you, in so many ways truly a wonderful friend !!
Jack was a wonderful human being, and I am saddened by his passing. May God give each of you the strength you will need now and in the days to come.
Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. May the love and support of your family and friends give you strength. May all your cherished memories give you peace. With our deepest sympathy Roy & Karen Jones.