608 S. Old Middletown Road
Media, PA 19063
Ph: (610) 876-4213
I have such great memories of Uncle Jack starting from my earliest childhood when we lived just up the street from him, Aunt Mert, my first friend Debbie, and Steve. Our parents became good friends. Although we moved a few years later, we all stayed in touch. Our parents enjoyed each other's company, traveled together, and met for dinner at local restaurants on a weekly basis for many years. Such great memories!
Sending lots of love to you, Aunt Mert, Debbie and Steve!
Jack was my favorite brother-in-law. He would always save me the burnt hot dog at the 4 of July picnics. We had a good many phone conversations. I thanked him often for taking good care of my Sister. He will be missed. RIP Jack. Eunice
Dear Muriel and your family , have my deepest prayers and sympathies ,I first met Jack in Concord Lodge #625 as a Brother in the late 70's . But over the years I have come to consider Jack a dear friend whose company I always enjoyed .He will truly be missed by all who were fortunate to know him as a friend .May the good Lord give you ,and your Family His comfort and peace . Bill Warburton Sr.
Jack was a great man, always friendly , great friend and brother who will be missed
Jack was one of my favorite brothers at Concord Lodge #625. We all looked up to him & wanted to hear old stories of his years in the service. We will truly miss him, and want his family to know how much he was loved and respected.
My condolences and prayers go out to family. Jack was a good man who was always kind to me as a young man fixing his welder at Sunoco.
Jack was a true gentleman. He and Muriel were a great couple. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Steve and Blanche King
My deepest sympathy to you. I remember Jack from my years at Aston and Pennell Schools. He was a kind, caring man who left a lasting impression on everyone who met him.
Debbie, Steve, & families, I am so sorry for the loss of your dad and our longtime neighbor on Tuscany Rd! I will always remember him fondly. He was my friend even when I became an adult. I am glad I was able to visit him and your mom at Maris Grove once to share lunch with them. He and my dad will now have lots of time to share stories again! God Bless all of you!! ❤️