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Lynn Jones & Rhonda Wiley-Jones posted on 11/4/15
Ann and family we know that GOD holds you in the palm of his hand as you struggle through these difficult times. Ya'll were wonderful neighbors here on Antelope Trail in Kerrville. We can never forget the grand smiles Jack greeted us with each and every day as we walked first TOBBY then MURPHY (his buddies, our dogs). I don't ever recall a time we didn't visit with him as we passed by the house. More often than not Jack would accompany us down the block. Rhonda remembers the first time she and Jack met, he was on his knees, looking up at her, she asked what he was doing, with that wonderful smile he said he was praying that the "fix" he had just completed on his yard irrigation system would work. Rhonda also remembers bringing Lynn home from the hospital, walking Toby, crying and overwhelmed. Jack offered to go to the grocery store to pick up groceries and prescriptions...exactly the help she needed.Well Jack...your old yard here in Kerrville still looks beautiful and Lynn is doing fine. The memories of the glorious man we were proud to call neighbor will always be with us. Rest in peace for a life well lived. LYNN JONES & RHONDA WILEY-JONES
 

Clarice Barnes Amann posted on 11/3/15
So sorry to hear of Jack's death. He was a fine man & will be missed by many. Prayers are lifted for all your family. Love, Clarice
 

Tom Griffith posted on 11/3/15
He was a warm, affable, friendly guy. It was my good fortune to have known Jack.
 

Sunrise Baptist Church, Kerrville, Tx posted on 11/2/15
The Sunrise Baptist Church Family extends loving Christian sympathy to your family. If we can be of assistance, please contact us at 830-893-8731. “Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you……..Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid.” John 14:27
 

Vinnie Mondello posted on 11/2/15
Dear Ann, I was saddened to hear of your loss and I am thinking about you and the times we spent around each other in the banjo world. Jack was the first person I met in that world when we all met at Betty Bole's home to talk about Jim. I learned of his dry as a martini" wit that day. It was nice to read about Jack and know more about him in "other than banjo" life and of your lives together. God bless you and your family and may he help you through your time of grieving. Sincerely,Vinnie and Karen Mondello.
 

Austin Banjo Club posted on 11/2/15
The Austin Banjo Club mourns the loss of one of our longest standing former members. We extend our sincere condolences to his family.
 

Pat Worsham posted on 11/1/15
B.John, Sorry to hear about the loss of your dad. Thoughts and prayers to you and your family. God Bless. Pat and Libby Worsham
 

Helen Snyder posted on 11/1/15
I was saddened to learn of Jack's death. He was a great person and so interesting to talk to. I remember our dinners in Kerrville with Jack, Ann, my departed friend Lill. My sympathy and prayers are with Ann and her family. Helen Snyder
 

RoyJ Hotz Jr MD posted on 10/31/15
Jack and I shared many a chuckle,belly laugh and lively tune with Austin Banjo Club. He always met me with a twinkle in his eye and grin on his face awaiting a clever reminder of our special friendship. I will miss him.
 

Pat Simmons posted on 10/31/15
Was sadden to learn of my friend Jack's passing. There comes a time in our life that we must depart this life to meet Our Lord. Jack was a wonderful & caring person! I'm asking the Lord to hold Ann in His hands during this most difficult time in her life. My love and prayers, Pat Simmons
 

Gordon McDaniel posted on 10/31/15
You all are in our deepest thoughts at this time. Prayers as you go through this time. I know that Jack & Ollie are sitting there and comparing notes.