Very sorry for your loss.
Mary: Our deepest sympathies are extended to you and your entire family on the loss of Jack. Although it has been many years since last we saw you both, we fondly remember Jack, always smiling, outgoing and friendly to all.
I haven't seen you or Jack in several years bit will never forget everything you both did for me when my Jack had his motor cycle accident. I would come over and just talk with you both and I will never forget Jack saying "the grass is always greener on the other side, new doors will always open and be true to your heart". He will truly e missed by all. You and your family are in my prayers.
Mary: I had the pleasure of being with Jack only a few times, but he was certainly a person one never forgets. I am sorry for you and your family's loss. Bruce Hebel
Thinking of Susan, Sally, Missy and Scott
Sue - I'm so very sorry for the loss of your father. Prayers for you and your family as you grieve but celebrate his life. Love, Rene'
Oh my, what a shock to read this today.
I'm hoping that Jack's children might remember me. I was a good friend of Jack's in the late seventies and early eighties. I met him through two of his dearest friends, Kay and Jerry Erickson.
We had great times on the Erickson's boat on the St. Croix, and a group of us traveled together to Mexico.
Jack was larger than life, as they say -
an extremely charismatic man. You always knew when he was in the room, his presence was so magnetic.
I haven't known many men who loved his children as much as Jack did - he adored them......there was one trip my kids certainly remember - a snowmobiling trip
to Cross Lake with all the kids, and it happened to be the night the USA won the final Olympic hockey game - what pandemonium ensued!
My sympathies go out to his wife, to all his children and family.
What a privelege it was to have known Jack.
Mary-our thoughts and prayers are with you at such a sad time- I just loved the big teddy bear guy with the infectious laugh, sparkly eyes and you're right, great handshake! What a liver he was!! He will be missed by many -Love to you and your family- Pam and Phil Broat
I had the great pleasure of knowing Dad,
Les T., Jack and Bruce et al and I intro
duced them to Caballeros dN. They loved it and became a big part of the ride.