“To the families and friends of Jack Butler. I do not know the families personally but we all lose love ones in death. I do know my son-in-law is a great fan. I just want to send my deepest condolences to the families. May God give all of you comfort and peace at this difficult time. We all lose wonderful people's in our life time. You do not have to know a person, to have a careing attitude. May God give all of you comfort and peace at this difficult time.
“How well I remember you Jack catching balls from Ted Marchibroda in the quad between classes at St Bonnies and then on Saturdays at Forness Stadium. You will not be forgotten,
“May you find comfort in your memories of times shared together, May you find peace in the thought that we will all be together again someday and that love never dies, it just changes form. May God bless you all.
“To Tim Butler and family,
May the memories of your loved one live on forever in your hearts.
With deepest sympathy.
“May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
“I remember watching Jack when I was going to St Bonnies for summer school and the Stellers had there camp. What a great person and I remember one of a night that I stayed a little at the Burton and put my car in the ditch in front of Robinson - Falconio Hall and Jack some of the other Stellers lifted it out of the ditch for me. A great person who willed be missed by his family, friends and people who knew him. God Bless you Jack.
“With deepest sympathies to your family during this time of grief Psalms46:1 says that God is a refuge and a strength that is to be found. may you turn to God the hearer a prayer who will fulfill all his promise to get rid of death forever. Tina Los Angeles
Jack Butler passed away. Obit is featured in Legacy.