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December 14, 2018

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December 10, 2018
Jack was a very good man. We met at a real estate training institute when we were very young brokers. Jack was first class and one of the best. Glad I got to know him.
December 8, 2018
I got to know Jack recently and was a wonderful person. I got to Break Bread with him a few months ago. We had a wonderful lunch and enjoyed getting to know Jack. My condolences to the Boyd family.
December 7, 2018
Jack was a loving father, grandfather, son, brother...and my cousin. While he may be best known as a successful realtor, or maybe as the owner of a party trolley...what I remember is his generous, giving spirit.

A number of years ago he was driving between real estate appointments and was thinking he wanted to give to others less fortunate. As I understand it, he happened to be driving by the Indiana School for the Blind. Jack befriended the headmaster, and volunteered to buy tickets for several of their students to attend the annual Yuletide Celebration at the Hilbert Circle Theatre. He not only purchased the tickets, but also arranged for limousines to take the students downtown for the show.

And here comes the cool part from my way of thinking. While these children were blind and could not view the performance, Jack insisted on securing tickets at the very front of the house, so they could better hear the orchestra and feel the holiday magic taking place on stage.

From what I recall of our conversation, over the years he kept on adding more students...and it grew from a handful to nearly a hundred in short order. He added a flotilla of vehicles to the point where he decided to buy a trolley! And when I asked, he generously agreed to donate a trolley rental as a live auction item for our annual Kiwanis club fundraising event...and provided me with photos to help ratchet up the bids!

Godspeed, dear cousin Jack. I'm sure you are appreciating the opportunity to reconnect with your wife, parents and other loved ones. You will definitely be missed, and I'm sure I'll shed a few more tears when I attend the Yuletide program in a couple of weeks.
December 7, 2018
I am so sorry to hear of Jack's passing. I was very lucky to work with him, his father, and brother at C21 Boyd & Sons. My prayers are with the whole family, but especially JB, Chris, and Katie.