- April 10, 1934 - January 27, 2013
- Bismarck, North Dakota
of Jack's Passing
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Dear Linda and family, I was saddened to see that Jack had died. I ran into to him hear and there in the churches of Bismarck. He always had a smile and a word to say. He will be greatly missed. You are in my prayers, Cindy Ziemann Highley (Class of 1966 BHS)
Posted by: Cindy Ziemann Highley Feb 05, 2013
Linda and family, You may not remember me but I made a cursillo with you years back in Mandan. Am so sorry to hear of your loss and I am praying for you. I remember the four of us spending some time together after cursillo and enjoying the visits so much. No doubt you have many fond memories of Jack - he was a special man. Mary Motschenbacher
Posted by: Mary Motschenbacher Feb 03, 2013
I'm so sorry for the loss of your husband, father, grandfather, and friend. I met Jack as a freshman at Mandan High School, 60 years ago. He was a very kind and good hearted person. I remember how excited he was when he received his Honorable Discharge from the Marines, after high school,when he brought it to the Morton County Courthouse to show it to me, where I was working at the time. He's in Gods company now; may he rest in peace.
Posted by: Ardis S. Feb 02, 2013
I had the pleasure of meeting Jack a few times at New Life Church. He was such a nice man. I am so sorry for your loss. Your family is in my prayers. May the Love of Christ bring you peace and may the thought of Jack dancing with our Father bring you joy through the sorrow.
Posted by: Jennifer Ballensky Feb 02, 2013
Linda and family, our thoughts and prayers go out to you. I remember days as neighbors living on Northridge drive, and I Miss running into you both around town. God Bless and Hugs Connie (Zimbelman) Berger
Posted by: Connie Feb 01, 2013
So sorry for your families loss. A few years ago I worked in the mortgage and consumer loan departments at a local bank and Jack did a lot of our appraisals. He was such a nice guy and always happy and smiling and whistling a tune. May he rest in peace and God Bless your family.
Posted by: Sherri Jan 31, 2013
I didn't know Jack well but he taught me a lesson years ago about priorities, something that I have continued to refer to over the years. I had just started in real estate and I was really excited about my first deal. I called Jack to set up an appointment for something that I thought was really important and that had to be done immediately. He told me, "Sorry, I can't meet with you this afternoon. I have an appointment to take my grandson for a haircut." It was a great lesson for me about keeping my priorities in check..
Posted by: Lisa Azure Jan 31, 2013
Linda, Chrissie and Mary, Jack was a wonderful and very special friend. His laugh was so contagious, our talks about life and our faith remain profound, his walk with our Heavenly Father continues to make me think and today I wonder what Jack is discussing with our Father. My deepest condolences to you as is also my prayers. He is now resting in profound peace.Let us celebrate his life
Posted by: Bill Leingang Jr. Jan 31, 2013
I new Jack through my 20 years as administrator with the ND Appraiser Board. He was always very friendly and very respectful. It was a pleasure to know Jack. May you find peace in the many memories of him. My heart goes out to your family in this difficult time.
Posted by: Jodie Campbell Jan 30, 2013
My prayers are with all of Jacks family. He was a great man and a wonderful friend to our family. He will be missed. Heavenly peace to you, Jack!
Posted by: Rosanne Epperson Jan 30, 2013