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H. Jack Vencill
Date of Death: January 6, 2014
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Thursday 1/9, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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H. Jack Vencill H. Jack Vencill, 81, of Capon Bridge, West Virginia, died Monday, January 6, 2014, in Winchester Medical Center.          Mr. Vencill was born in 1932, the son of the late Glen and Margaret Vencill. He was a Veteran serving during the Korean War. Mr. Vencill was employed with Atlas Machine and Iron …
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Wanda Veach left a message on January 6, 2014:
Tammy my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. As hard as it is to let go of someone you love. God didn't want him to suffer any longer, so he took his pain away. And now he is in the most beautiful place ever. Love Phil and Wanda
Katrina and Denny left a message on January 7, 2014:
Tammy and Johnny, I'm so grateful to you for sharing your dad with our family. We didn't have a dad around for a long time and Jack filled the shoes nicely. He was good to Mom and they both cared a lot for each other. I remember the night Mom died, he bent over and kissed her and said he loved her. He told her he would see her again soon. He had really been missing her. He was a good man. This is a very hard time and a tough thing to go through and you get through it somehow. I'm here if you need some one to talk to or cry to or scream to. God bless you. You are in my prayers.
Sheila Whitacre left a message on January 8, 2014:
Sorry for your loss. know jack for a few years. But I was friends with sandy . I worked with her at midwesco. He will be missed. I know Dale and Brenda Belt will miss him as well. They have been neighbor for years.
John Mongold left a message on January 9, 2014:
Tammy and Johnnie, I am so sorry for your loss and ours. Jack was a GREAT man. I have know Jack since 1983. When he lived by my grandmothers Anna Mongold. He took me in under his wing when my father pass. He was like a father and my best friend to me. Jack and I had so much fun at carlise together at the car shows. Jack loved to go to carlise and hang out all weekend with us. He taught me alot about cars and bodywork . I remember when I bought a 65 mustang conv. to restore. Jack and I was going to tackle the job. So we went to get it and had to cut trees down just to get it to the trailer. It was a mess but Jack just laughed and said we would get it back on the road. We did about 8 months later. But those were great days together. Their wasn't anything Jack couldn't do. And if their was he never let on, Jack would always figure it out. He taught me alot about how a person should be and when it came to doing something always try, even if you don't know how. Jack will be missed by my family and me very much.
Athena & Mauro left a message on January 10, 2014:
Chris, Ross & Sandy: Our sincere condolences on the loss of a wonderful man.
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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