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December 13, 2018

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March 26, 2018
R.I.P. Jack
February 27, 2018
I met Jack in 1938. According to our Mothers, we were in a playpen together and he stuck his finger in my mouth and I bit it. That was the beginning of a lifetime of experiences.
There was the time that we were playing Cowboys and Indians and I shot him in the lip with a bb gun. Jack felt really bad because I got punished and hurt worse than he did.
In High School we went to the Yuma Fair and saw the Joey Chitwood stunt car driver. Then we came home and tried to duplicate the stunts with our cars on the Eckley Streets.
We saved our money and bought a 1938 Ford Coupe and took it out to the Sullivan Farm and cut the fenders off of it and made a hot rod. We tried it out by burning circles, spinning and tearing up the farmyard. That didn't go over very well so we took it out on the Country Roads, drove as fast as it would go, sliding and tearing up stuff--up to 70 miles an hour.
Harleys were a big part of our lives, in high school and on into Retirement
One of my memories is that these two country boys got an apartment together in the big city ( Denver) One night we decided to go into town and into a club. These two girls sat down with us and asked us to buy them champagne. At $65 a bottle, when the champagne,and money were gone, so were the girls.
Later in life we both ended up in Loveland and did some RVing and traveling together.
I have many fond stories of Jack and could go on and on but that is enough for now.
Thank you Jack for being my friend and thank you for all of the memories.
Ron
February 27, 2018
February 27, 2018
We've known Jack since 1971 and were neighbors for a few years.He was fun to be around and always ready to laugh. We have many fond memories of him and his fellow volunteer firemen. Those were the good ole days. Rest in Peace friend..
Bud and Becky Miller