JACK-GALVIN-Obituary

JACK GALVIN

San Francisco, California

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So sorry for your loss. He and Lilian visited Ireland to see her cousin, also Lillian, and I had the pleasure of meeting them. He was a truly lovely man. So sorry I never got to meet him again.

Condolences to the family of the original warm and fuzzy guy. Great memories from the Canyon years, and of his talent and teaching ability. He was really loved by all.

Even though we must say goodbye, we will always have those wonderful memories.

I remember Jack when we hiked the trails at Lake Tahoe, with the backpacking class. Me along for the girls, he was alsways so kind to us females. I loved visiting he and Lillian at there cabin up in Arnold. I will always have wonderful memories of Jack. My praysers are with his family.
Dorothy Bovyer, Castro Valley

So sorry for your loss. Will always remember the house in Danville and the cabin at Bear. We love you Kelly.

I remember Jack at Canyon HS. Such a gentleman and funny, had a lot of fun where he and I were at parties together with the canyon group. So sorry for your loss, know you will miss him. Ferne Freitas.

I am sorry for your families loss. I will have Jack and your family in my prayers. Dobie Gelles

My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.

My sincerest condolences to the Galvin family. He was a wonderful man and was wonderful to my aunt joyce. You will truly be missed. Love Erin

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Jack Junior Galvin 10-23-1921 to 7-15-2012 Jack Galvin was born in San Francisco to John T. Galvin and Anita Thom Galvin. The family increased five years later to include sister Shirley, after which the family moved to Redwood City in 1931 where they resided for many years. Jack played right end...

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