Denise Cook posted a condolence
Tuesday, October 22, 2019It is with great sadness as I learn of Mr. Jacks passing. I met him in 2016 as he sat in his car admiring the Gulf of Mexico, here in Miramar Beach Florida. He and I would chat for hours and I always looked for him between the months of December an April each year so that we may continue our talks on life and such. Our last visit was Easter Sunday, April 1st, 2018, as we met at Panera Bread for breakfast. Mr. Jack was a very special man and person and I will always be eternally grateful that The Lord allowed him to be apart of my life story. I love you Mr. Jack. The beach will miss you too...
Dr. George A. Lasco posted a condolence
Saturday, September 7, 2019Jack will find his place in heaven. He was a thoughtful and empathetic man. I had the honor of playing tennis with him and his deceased wife for several years. After tennis we would gather at a local eatery for good conversation with others from our tennis group. After the passing of beloved wife we would occasionally sit together for breakfast or lunch at Sam's Restaurant in Athens to catch up and discuss our feeling about life and what we had been going through since our tennis years. All that knew Jack will miss him.
Robert Benjamin posted a condolence
Saturday, September 7, 2019I enjoyed playing trivia with Jack for the last several years. He always had a great sense of humor and if he knew about the answer, we always got the whole story sometimes even more than we wanted to know but it was always interesting. He taught me a lot about the depression and World War II. He will be missed greatly. His biggest regret is probably that he didn't get to see the completed Happy Tails building in North Towanda...his pet project. He always let them use his garage for everything from storage to garage sales for fund raisers. GOOD-BYE JACK.
VFW Post 1536, Sayre posted a condolence
Saturday, September 7, 2019Please accept our deepest sympathy.
Ron Fiorello posted a condolence
Saturday, September 7, 2019I remember Jack and Carol Camp well. They took me on rides in their convertible from the Crestmont Inn in Eaglesmere, Pa. back in 1968. Jack loved to play tennis. Sometimes, they came over to drink iced tea on our patio.
Arlene and Bill Mendler posted a condolence
Saturday, September 7, 2019We knew Jack through tennis. He was a great tennis player and always a gentlemen. And a fun guy to play with. He will be missed.
Mary C Fiorello posted a condolence
Saturday, September 7, 2019He was a dear friend for many years and will be sadly missed by all who knew him. My best to his family.
Rita myler posted a condolence
Friday, September 6, 2019Jack was a champion in life for so many of us on the Emerald Coast of Florida, (his wintertime getaway). He blessed us with great stories, and his wonderful sense of irony and good humor. Beloved and with Carol and God now.
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Friday, September 6, 2019