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December 6, 2012
+May his soul, and the souls of all the faithfully departed, rest in peace, and may light perpetual shine upon them.

Had the honor of knowing the Congressmen back in his early days in Congress. A fine man.
December 6, 2012
Courage. Commitment. Compassion. Fair play and a willingness to help others. RIP, Honorable Jack Brooks. Condolences to family, friends, admirers and all whose lives were enhanced by Cong. Brooks.
December 6, 2012
I met the Congressman while serving with the AF in Legislative Affairs. I travelled extensivley with him and the House Foreign Affairs Committee. A tough guy but I sure liked him and we got along very well. I have many fond memories of our travels and have been telling my friends of these great memories. Truly one of a kind, Mr Chairman, truly one of a kind.

Tim Titus
Colonel USAF(Ret)
Papillion, NE
December 5, 2012
To say that Jack Brooks was a major influence in my life would be an understatement. He selected me to be a Congressional Page in his office in 1958 and later gave me an appointment to West Point in 1960. I will never forget him saying "If you do not do what is right, I will tell your Daddy."
May he rest in peace.

Nicholas M. Nahas
Colonel, US Army, Retired
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