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April 22, 2018

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October 8, 2013
I'm so sorry for your loss. I have many fond memories of Jack, especially as our "guide" in the High Sierras, leading Tim, Pat, and me to exiting adventures. He will be missed. Regards, Dick Crandall
October 8, 2013
My 1st memories of Jack was in 1960 when I worked at the SAN Counter as a Ticket Agent at the old Lindberg Field Terminal on Old 101....he was lovingly known as "The Claw" as he conducted audits on the contents of our cash drawers.....He was always thorough and pleasant as he did his work....he later headed up the effort to automate our reservations and accounting functions back in the 1960's......Yes, there was a time when all functions performed by airline workers was of the manual nature.....no computers, no copiers, no printers and lots of yellow tablets and pencils with good erasers.....communications was by the good old telepype.....long distance phone calls were too expensive, so we communicated via that old teletype.....you knew you had been in the industry too long when you could read the tapes that we prepared to feed through the teletype reader....Jack was truly in the forefront when it came to automating the airline industry.......He spent many months helping Southwest Airlines "set up and run" their first res system (a system provided to them by PSA) in the early 1970's. The one thing that surprised me when I read Jack's obit, was his involvement in WWII.....he never talked about his many missions....suffice it to say, Jack was truly a HERO among us.....Condolences to his family and may he rest in peace!
October 6, 2013
I remember Mr. Duffy as being one of the funniest dads in the neighborhood, but he also had MY dad to compete with. No contest: they both were like Red Skelton and just both laughed themselves silly. He was laughing the last time I saw him. What a wonderful man. I'm fortunate to have known him almost all of my life, and I'm grateful to God for that. Lots of love to the whole fam damily! xxxooo and tears, Linda
October 6, 2013
You will never be forgotten. Years after our relationship at PSA (me an NCR computer man, you the PSA computer man) I rode my bicycle by you at Mission Bay Park, turned to make sure and there you were, that encounter led to a few breakfasts and lots memories reviewed, thank you.