Jack Faust

Hayward, California

1911 - 2012

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We will miss you Jack!

We first met Jack when he was cross guard at John Muir. We will always remember Jack as a great man and a great friend! Rest in peace our beloved friend! The Perez Family.

One of the very best examples of responsibility, loyalty and encouragement. I will never forget. Also, one of the very best looking men I have ever seen wear a clown nose! Thank you for some of my best memories of family time.

Jack, your buddies of the Yangtze River Patrol Association, all of whom have gone on before you, will welcome you to that safe anchorage in the sky. You have demonstrated to us all that serving your fellow man is the best way of serving God. Thanks, old shipmate, for all the goodness you have provided to this world. David H. Grover, CDR, USNR-Ret, Historian Emeritus, Yangtze River Patrol Association

A truly compassionate and loving man. He always took the time to listen and be supportive of so many people. Jack was a true inspiration to all of us, always active in his life and maintaining his independence. I will miss him very much! Love you Grandpa.


Jack's Obituary

Jack FaustApril 24, 1911 - December 28, 2012Resident of Hayward, CAJack was born on April 24, 1911 in Indianapolis, IN. Jack joined the U.S. Navy in 1927 and served with the Asiatic Fleet in China until 1932. After the bombing of Pearl Harbor, HI in 1941, Jack reenlisted with the U. S. Navy and...

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