Jack was a large man with an even bigger heart, his sense of humor was legendary and very to the point. I had the honor of knowing him and am better for it. He always said it like it was and was not “politically correct “. He was a man of strong conviction and emotion. He took me on my first hunting trip when I was 15, and introduced me to a love of the Everglades. He taught me more about being a man than my own father. I will always be thankful for knowing him. I remember working with him on a job on day and he asked he to hold a chisel while he hit it with a sledge hammer. I was scared and he said to trust him and keep repeating “I love my fingers” while he was hitting it. He never missed the chisel, and I kept my fingers. Once I was out of a job and had a family to feed, he got me a job. Upon learning of Jacks illnesses I called him at the hospital and started to ask him if he was saved and a Christian, he said he accepted Jesus as his savior and was a Christian. We don’t know why God chose to take Jack home but I do know he is not in pain anymore and is happier than he has ever been. I know I will see my friend again in heaven when the Lord calls me home. Enjoy Heaven, peace, and happiness my friend. James “Jumper” Jay
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