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John F. "Jack" Reid, 85, of Springfield, died Sept. 28, 2013 at Haskins House.
Born in Norwood, he was the son of the late James P. and Elizabeth McClurg Reid. Jack had lived in Morton for the past 59 years.
Mr. Reid was a U.S.
Veteran, who served as a field photographer during the
. He received the United Nations Medal, the Korean Service Medal with five Bronze Service Stars, the Korean Presidential Unit Citation, Commendation Ribbon with Metal Pendant and the Meritorious Unit Commendation.
Jack was previously employed as an accountant for the Sun Oil Co. and after retirement worked for several real estate agencies. He was a member of the Blue Church. He enjoyed photography, cooking and traveling with his wife to Europe and vacationing at the Outer Banks of North Carolina.
He was father of the late Jeffrey A. Reid, and brother of the late Marion Seamen, Vira May Vance and James P. Reid, Jr.
Survivors: Loving husband of Dolores Cotton Reid; father of John M. Reid and Lisa Collins (Scott); brother of Wilson G. Reid; grandfather of Michael Collins; and survived by numerous nieces and nephews.
Memorial Service: At a later date.
Memorial Gifts: May be made to Life Choices Hospice, 200 Dryden Road, Suite 3300, Dresher, PA 19025 or The Blue Church, 940 Baltimore Pike, Springfield, PA 19064
Published in Daily Times on Sept. 30, 2013
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"We will miss our dear brother. Billy and I express our love and sympathy to you Dolores and Lisa and..."
"We will miss you Uncle Johnny. You are with your son and your parents now. Love you always! Launie"
- Launie Reid
"I'll miss you Uncle Johnny, I just wish I could have seen you more in the past few years. Time gets away..."
"This is the Jack we remember.....Wonderful true friend for some 56 years.Thankfully we will see him in..."
- Gay/fred Specht
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