Condolence: Please accept my condolences on Jack's passing. I had the privilege of knowing and associating with Jack prior to his relocating to Charlotte. He had the rare qualities of superior intellect plus great personality. He once allowed me to play Santa Claus at one of his office Christmas parties. He will be missed.
Condolence: Memories, oh, yes, memories. Many wonderful times together with so many friends who are only with us now as memories. Jack did a project for us after we met at the Creve Coeur Club in Peoria many evenings at the "just past 5" hour. So very sorry that distance took away the joy of living the friendship that we shared those amny years ago. He was a great and very smart guy. Kindest regards to his family. Terry Knueppel
Condolence: I am so sorry to hear of your dads passing what a great life he had!! I still think of the time he took to help me with my design project! the last time I saw him was when I took over the shop in junction city- that will be 25 years ago!! and where did the time go!!?? thanks for the fond memories my thoughts and prayers are with you and your families at this juncture of life passage!
Condolence: I was blessed to have been an employee of Jack's for almost 10 years. But beyond that Jack was so much more. Noone in my life has ever taken me under his wing like Jack did. He gave me so many opportunities that shaped my entire career. He taught me more than any school could. He was always challenging me while respecting me. He gave me model trains that belonged to his son so I could have some to give to my son. He slept on the concrete with me at the Herman Miller sales. I can never thank Jack enough for what he did for me. Thank you so much, God bless you and keep you safe.......or maybe it's the other way around.........keep God safe from the challenges to do it better that I know you will give him :)