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1925 - 2017 Obituary Condolences
Jack Bedford Weakley Obituary
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July 17, 2018

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October 28, 2017
Weakley family, so sorry for your loss. We cannot be there but will hold you up in my prayers.
The Clarke Family, Bobbie, Duncan, Paul, David, Mary and Deborah 901 277 6564
October 27, 2017
"Rusty thinking of you and your family at this difficult time with your loss. Prayers for God's comfort and peace to you all...."
October 27, 2017
Dear Weakley Family, I knew your father as the assistant scoutmaster of Troop 303 in Scenic Hills. I may have been the last Eagle Scout that he worked with. He was a gruff but generous man, and we all were in awe of him and a little frightened at how tough he was. I will never forget the canteen cup he brought to summer camp into which he had scratched the dates and locations of his wounds and where he was treated. I spent many a rainy night escaping a leaky tent alone in the cab of his brown pickup truck. I still regularly use the hunting knife he gave me when I received my Eagle award, and it was his request that I "give something back" that led to my becoming a scoutmaster and assistant scoutmaster myself. I am truly sorry for your loss. I hope that my memory of him offers you some consolation. He was a big part of my childhood and of other scouts, and I will be eternally grateful for him.
October 26, 2017
Rusty I am sorry for your loss . I know that it's hard letting go but he is with your Mother now and is happy. If you need anything just call.