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April 04, 2013
While it is true that Jack was a great football player and coach he was a superb person and a fabulous friend. We have lost one of the truly decent human beings I have ever met. He and Phyllis were truly sole mates and my love and prayers go out to Phyllis .
April 03, 2013
Sorry to hear of the passing of your father. I met him a couple of times when he came to visit his brother his wife a nd kids jack;michael and I don't remember the youngest boys name as I grew up with them. But your dad always found time to throw the football around with all the kids of our neighborhood. May he rip. Don't know what happened with jack or michael or the younger brother but they were there for me when my mother died.

God bless you and your family

Marilyn martin harris
April 03, 2013
The Pardee Family were splendid gypsies of pro football, devotedly following Jack anywhere football took him. As a football vagabond myself in the 70s, my siblings and me were lucky enough to be embraced by this strong loving family that appreciated the unlikely phenomenon of "the Over the Hill Gang". Many of my fondest childhood memories were of times visiting and vacationing with them. The Pardee kids modeled for us how to be football brats; celebrating new experiences with a core enthusiasm for Family and Father.

Jack, of course, was the fountainhead. With a wink of his eye and a healthy streak for mischief-making, he relished a chance to tell a joke, role-play, or be someone's foil. Readily partaking in our competitions and adventures alike, he was a strong ally for merriment and recreation.(Translation: you definitely wanted him on your side!) Like most of the men on that '72 team, a giant kid off the field and a giant on it.

Here's to the man that most remember as a great coach and player; and he was. But what I remember him for was his love for family and kids. And when the pro accolades fade away, what matters is the man as himself. --- Way to live life well, Jack!

Thank you for the memories, the masculine model, and the legacy for many kids and grand-kids. May your family be Comforted in their times of mourning. --- And don't forget to pick us to be on your team when we, who are called, all meet up with you in the air!

Affectionately,

Mick McDole
Honolulu, HI
April 03, 2013
What a Blessing to have known Jack. Please know my thoughts and prayers are with you all. Fond memories of you opening your home to us.
love you,
Sandra Huggins
April 03, 2013
Jack Pardee was a quiet yet wonderful person, with a beautiful family. He has always had a special place in my heart. Heaven is lucky to have Jack Pardee.

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