This is Ann Bolton McIntyre. I remember your Father as a friend of my Father, Bill Bolton. Dad held your Father in high esteem. Although I don't know all the particulars of their friendship, I know that my Dad thought your Dad was great in his line of work. Your Dad also tried his best to witness to my Dad about his Christian faith and I will ever be thankful for his stand for his savior, Jesus Christ. I wish so much that I could be there for the memorial service but I am out of town on vacation with my husband and will be unable to attend. Your Dad leaves a strong legacy for you to cherish.
Earlene and Pam, I have very fond memories of Jack. I enjoyed the refreshments you provided whilst I mowed the pasture at Garrett Rd. I took to heart the wisdom he shared with me in the machining arts. He was an inspiration as I pursued my engineering degree. I will treasure his memory always.
We will keep your family in our prayers
We loved your family. Such great memories of apple pies, picking blackberries and LSU football.
I am saddened to learn of Jack's passing. He was truly "salt of the earth." I think of the family every time I drive down Garrett Road.
Pam and Mrs. Earline, I was so sorry to read of Mr. Jack's death in the newspaper. We used to have a lot of fun when our families would get together with the Wilkinsons. Love and prayers to you both.
My dad, Charles Magown, introduced me to Mr. Jack at Motor Supply many years ago. His work was exemplary and he was a fine man. I'm so sorry for your loss.
Thank all of you so much!! It is really a blessing to hear from all of you!!
Love to all!!
Pam,(skweekie) I am so saddens me to hear of the loss of your dad. My thoughts,prayer, and love are with you!!!
Pam and Earline I was so sorry to hear about Jack. I always enjoyed being with both of you at Ann and Ralph Wilkinson. We always had a good time and I loved for Jack to tell me a joke. Look forward seeing both of you at the service. Love Kenny
I am so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my prayers.
Pam, what a great friend Jack & Earline were to my family for so many years. I have thought about you and your parents many times. Hope to see you and your mother on Sept 5.
I met Mr. Jack and his wife at the technical college in West Monroe a few years ago and immediately loved them. I'll be praying for God's comfort for his wife and family. Stay strong. Our hope and joy cannot be taken away. Death has not won. We'll all be together again one day. Love, Tim.
Oh, Pam and Ms. Earline, I am so terribly sorry to hear this! What a sweetheart and truly fine man he was... as well as a real jokester. Please know we are thinking of you all back home and will remember you in our prayers..