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REMSBERG, Jack Raphael

Jack Raphael Remsberg, age 73, passed away at his home in Springfield, Ohio, on March 26, 2021. Jack was born to the late Raphael Manuel and Rosena (Massie) Remsberg on June 16, 1947, in Springfield, Ohio. Along with his parents, Jack is preceded in death by his sisters, Rita Johnson and Judy Lockwood. He is survived by his loving wife of almost 34 years, Elisa (Medina) Remsberg, daughters; Melonie Ferrell and

Jackie B. Wallace, nephews; Jason Johnson, Kevin Johnson, and Aaron Lockwood, nieces; Denise Lockwood-Darden and Cheri Lockwood-Foley, and sister-in-law, Imelda Vann. In his free time, Jack liked to be outdoors. He enjoyed fishing,

hunting deer and rabbits, golfing, archery, and bowling. Jack will be laid to rest with his parents at Glen Haven Memorial Gardens on Saturday, April 10, 2021, at 11:00 AM.

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Published in Springfield News Sun on Apr. 8, 2021.
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April 8, 2021
Elisa and family. I have known Jack (Jocko) since I was a teenager and considered him family. I have fond memories of his hospitality of taking us fishing on his boat at Lake Erie and the excitement of catching my first walleye. He will be missed.
Debbie Lyall (Powell)
April 6, 2021
Lost a great friend that was very influential in my hunting and fishing endeavors. I will miss sharing deer hunting stories and trail cam photos like we used to. Lisa said you were in good spirits before passing and didn't suffer which was nice to hear.
Jason johnson
April 1, 2021
Sorry to hear about Jacks passing Lisa. He and I had a lot of fish stories. Very close friend of mine and Tommies will be sadly missed
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