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John "Jack" E. McClure, Jr.
Date of Death: March 23, 2017
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John “Jack” E. McClure, Jr., 80, of Frederick County, Virginia died Thursday, March 23, 2017 at his home. Jack was born in 1937 in Owensboro, Kentucky, the son of the late John E. and Bertha Q. McClure. He graduated from Owensboro High School and the University of Kentucky earning a MBA degree. Jack was a …
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Kathleen Norvell left a message on April 18, 2017:
Good-bye, Jack. I still don't like mint juleps, but thanks for introducing me to them. You were always bigger than life, The boat was fun too.
Mara Riley left a message on April 18, 2017:
My condolences for your loss. Jack was very generous with his knowledge -- he gave me a basic tutorial on leatherworking when I joined the Appins.
Dan Gilbert left a message on April 17, 2017:
Jacko - So many wonderful memories of chats and laughs around the campfire, of tasting your mad concoctions of home made hot sauces and "vodka." May you RIP in your own Valhalla. Slainte from your fellow travelers in The Appin Regiment, Dan Gilbert
Betsy Matlock Dixon left a message on April 3, 2017:
Jack was in my class of 1954 from Owensboro H. S. He was a friend and my Mom and his Mom were good friends. My sympathy to all his family.
Patricia Barnes Furgason Wheeler left a message on April 3, 2017:
Old Friend...since 1949...would like to be informed of the Kentucky memorial service by Clay or Jed.
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Clifford Martin left a message on April 2, 2017:
Goodby old friend from the class of 54.
Steve Fox left a message on March 29, 2017:
Jack, will miss you here, catch you on the other side my friend.
Bill Burdette left a message on March 28, 2017:
The opportunity to meet special people like Jack was one of the main reasons I became involved with a living history group. His love of history coupled with a great sense of humor (occasionally irreverent in the best way!) and a sincere interest in sharing life experiences made him the perfect campfire compadre. He added so much to our group and while he will often be remembered, he will be sorely missed. Fare thee well, boyo. Slainte'!
Ken Smith-Christmas left a message on March 28, 2017:
Brother Jack, you will be missed around many a campfire. Be assured that we will keep your memory alive by telling tales of your escapades and exploits, and sharing memories of days now fading away. Wishing that you were still with us, with your infectious grin, enthusiasm for all the things that we hold dear, and the beef stew... but you outlasted most fellers at what we all enjoy doing. Hope that you can still send a few downrange from where you are now.
Steven Price left a message on March 28, 2017:
Enjoyed Marching, camping, chewing the fat with you my Friend. Will miss you greatly. May Our Lord Father in Heaven Bless your Family in this time of loss and grief.
Debbie Muirhead left a message on March 28, 2017:
You will be greatly miss Jack in our hearts, as a neighbor and great friend.
Debbie Muirhead left a message on March 28, 2017:
You will be greatly miss Jack in our hearts, as a neighbor and wonderful friend.
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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