Pam, Rod, Tammy & Families,
Jack was a highly respected member of the Nekoosa community, and especially the Nekoosa UCC, during your time here. We had many laughs together during fellowship hour. I know you have many more fond memories - hold them close. My deepest sympathy on your loss.
Pam and Family, we were privileged to meet you and Jack when you welcomed us to Merrill in 1970. Fond memories prevail of our Jaycee/Jaycette activities, family times shared, stops at your home in Nekoosa. Sorry we lost contact, as I was to learn that Jack was robbed of an enjoyable retirement.
But apparently he didn't forget these words of the Jaycee Creed: "Service to humanity is the best work of life."
May God comfort you, and grant Jack eternal rest.
To Pam & Family,
Please accept our deepest sympathy at this sad time. We were shocked to hear that you lost your beloved Jack. We especially remember visiting with Jack at the Kanitz Kousins reunion in Merrill and our meeting in Appleton in 2006. It was a wonderful time meeting and visiting with all our relatives, including our long lost relatives from Germany. We were happy the Lord let Jack share this special time before calling him home to Heaven. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
With deepest sympathy,
Bob & Barbara Kanitz
Val, Rod and Family,
I am deeply sorry for your loss. Saying goodbye is never easy and my heart breaks for you all. I pray God keeps you in his grace and gives you the strength to heal. In deepest sympathy...
Pam and family, so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Pam and family,
Don and I were so sorry to hear of Jack's death. When I worked with Jack in Woodlands, we often had some great conversations, most often about his family. I so enjoyed working for him and will always remember his gentle spirit and how he just enjoyed life. I was privileged to have worked with him!
Please know that you will be in our thoughts and prayers.
Don & Karen Gass
To Pam and Family,
My most sincere condolences.
To Marie- So sorry to hear of the passing of your brother. The Hamilton family were great neighbors of the Hanson's and Rich, Harriet and I were most fortunate to have these wonderful people living next door.
Pam and Family -- Praying that you will be surrounded by God's comforting love and filled with the peace that only He can give during this difficult time. There is great comfort knowing our loss on earth is Heaven's gain . . . . all the chains of bondage have been broken . . . HEAVEN IS HIS HOME.
I offer my condolence to Jack's family at the passing of this fine gentleman and forester. Jack was a valued member of the WI Paper Council's Forest Practices Committee for many years.
Pam; our sympathies to all your family.. life keeps changing and death of a loved one certainly is a big change. God bless you all. Mary Ann and Dick Schmidt
My sympathy to you and all of Jack's family. We both started at Wausau Papers at the same time. He will be missed.
With our thoughts, prayers and sympathy to you and your family. May God's grace give you peace and comfort.
Tammy and family....I'm so sorry to hear of the loss of your father. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Sandra Green (Huber)