“My condolences to your family. I only just learned of your passing and wanted to say I am sorry I didn't know about your services.
“He was "Jack" to me and was the kind of man Masons want to be. I hope to meet him again when I leave this land, never to return again. Love to Jack and his family.
“John I am going to miss you and your visits to the shop "You Dirty Bird". R.I.P
“One great guy... he will be missed.
“Woshpful Jack Palmeri was my coach as I advanced to the third degree. He had the patience and knowledge that helped me succed quickly. He also dated my late mother-in-law for a short time, He was a likable and easy to get along with man, I will miss him.
“Hey Jack, Remember, you think you like me! I will sorely miss you.
“I first met Jack when we served our respective Masonic Lodges as Masters in 1985. He always acted "grumpy" but had a heart of gold. All one had to do was ask and Jack was right there. My wife and I miss him already because he couldn't make it to Lodge or Eastern Star in the last few months. He supported the fraternity not just with deeds, but by just being there and being a friend.
Soft and safe to thee, my Brother.
“Saturday mornings are not going to be the same without seeing his warm smile. What a sincere and loving man he was. I will greatly miss you Jack.
John Jack Palmeri Dec. 5, 1920 - May 16, 2012 Resident of Hayward Passed away at the age of 91. He was the loving husband of Louise Palmeri who passed in 1990. He is survived by his only son Gregory and daughter-in-law Holly and 3 grandchildren, Gregory, Colby and Casey and his sister Marie...Read More