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February 23, 2020

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February 12, 2020
Jack McKinnon was among the first people to welcome me into the Gregersen family. As the newly wed wife of Gordon Gregersen, and despite the "creative way" Gordon and I married, Jack opened his arms and his heart to me. He was the devoted partner of Lawrence (Greg) Gregersen at Tice Electric and as far as Jack was concerned any daughter-in-law of Greg was also welcome into his family.

Not long after the wedding reception at Greg and Erna Gregersen's home we were invited to dinner at the lovely Laurelhurst home of Jack and Eleanor. I immediately recognized the house the minute we walked in. You see, I babysat the three McKinnon daughters when I was a high school student.

We thought so much of Jack that we named him godfather to our second daughter, Mary Frances. Life has interesting ways of bringing people together and I consider myself blessed to have shared a good part of my life with Jack. May he rest in the peace of the Lord.

Kathy Sabel
February 10, 2020
I met Jack and Barbara McKinnon on a Saturday evening in July of 2005 when I arrived at St. Michael's to be their pastor. I liked both instantly and we became friends. It was my pleasure to enjoy a decent sized Scotch, much conversation and just a good time with him and Barbara over these years. His love for Barbara, his daughters and his sister, Loretta, was powerful and noticeable. All were blessed by the presence of each other. May his good soul rest in the peace of Jesus Christ and he know eternally the best God has to offer us.
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