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07/14/1931 — 01/06/2021
I can see your father in you Greg. Rest In Peace Mr. Hood.
Goodbye, Uncle Jack.
You have always been an inspiration to me and on those rare occasions our paths crossed, you always treated me with respect, encouragement and kindness. The last time was in Seattle when I was working at Boeing for a while. We ate Mexican and talked a lot. Perhaps one day we’ll get to talk some more.
The world is diminished without you.
It’s been a while now, but we sure had some good times when Mom, Debbie and I visited with you in Seattle. I know Mom absolutely loved those trips. Say Hi to Mom when you see her.
You will be missed, Uncle Jack.
Love you forever.
I got to know Charles….’english accent…. CHARLES! at charboneau… now Solstice Senior living. I really liked him. We shared the elevator mostly. and I teased him about his forgetting stuff. He had a great laugh. Really glad to read the piece in the obituary about such a loving family. He deserved it. Thanks for writing that up so well. Much prayer and care to the whole family. Great guy, that.!