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John Marquis Obituary
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September 19, 2018

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September 18, 2018
Our condolences to you, Aunt Judy. From the start Uncle Jack was a perfect fit in our family. Thank you for sharing him with us.
Niels and Sally Sator
September 17, 2018
Dear Family,
We are sorry to hear about Jack's death. When he was at Sacred Heart Church in Coshocton, he preached inspiring homilies that we will always remember. He is now sharing his homilies with Marie's dad Deacon Holehouse in heaven. We enjoyed his book on Moses and have shared it with others. God Bless Jack on his heavenly journey - The Pete Madsen Family
September 17, 2018
September 17, 2018
Jack was the most insightful preacher I have ever received encouragement and inspiration from. His sermons at Coshocton Sacred Heart were never demoralizing; instead I left church feeling uplifted. It was almost like Jack knew exactly what to say to help us make decisions, to improve relationships with each other, and best of all he always provided HOPE when you needed it the most. Jack had a great sense of humor, and he used it in such a way that it reduced the heaviness of life's burdens, and helped put issues in proper perspective. He was a great blessing to all of us who had the great fortune to know him. Marie Madsen