- 72 years old
- Date of birth: May 4, 1942
- Date of passing: Feb 17, 2015
|Let the memory of Jack be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Jack Morrow, 72, born on May 4, 1942 who suddenly passed away on February 17, 2015, in Texas. The memorial service will be held on March 13, 2015 at 2:00pm at Gilbert Funeral Home, Selkirk, Manitoba.
Sympathy cards may be sent to Debbie and family at: 45 Heathwood Drive, Box 62, Traverse Bay, MB R0E 2A0
Please share stories or memories and photos of our beloved Jack.
"Hey Jack, been missing you lately. This is the time of year we used to chew up the Palm Springs golf courses. Was thinking about you while golfing and driving through Ireland this past summer and remembering how we navigated all those round-abouts through Scotland and England on our golf trip to the British Open."
"TWO FULLY YEARS -- It sees like only yesterday we were out playing golf and having fun. Really miss my Friend Jack. He was always up beat and had a good story to tell. RIP my dear friend"
"Was thinking about Jack and Debbie a lot this past week as Leah and I were golfing on those same courses we used to haunt together in Palm Springs (Shadow Ridge, Desert Willow, Mission Hills, La Quinta, PGA West). Lots of good memories of the laughs, the golf cart hijinks, the restaurants, the enviously crisp clean golf shots launched off Jacks driver. Leah's brother Gary and his wife Linda came over from San Diego and Gary and I reminisced about playing with Jack and David at PGA West stadium. Miss you lots Jack."
Thinking of you always !
Love Garry & Audrey"
"Jack will always be remembered, will never be forgotten and a Papa to our dear Scarlet. Our thoughts and prayers."
"One year has passed and Jack would be so proud of Debbie and how she has handled the entire years process. It was full of grief of losing her Love, the estate work, and tons of paperwork for business conclusions. Some days it was overwhelming and others went along just fine. Spice the cat was a huge comfort even though his tormenting would continue during the quilting sessions. Debbie kept everything going which included inviting family and friends to her home to share in what her and Jack had created. Debbie made new memories as well as enjoyed their boat, fishing, yard work and humming bird feedings. The entire year was a tribute to Jack in Debbie's eyes as it remained important to keep Jack's spirit alive and the things he cherished near. One year can seem like an eternity, but it is the beginning of a new strength for Debbie to share with others. Her butterfly wings can now spread far. Again, Jack would be proud."
"It is hard to believe that one year has gone by without Jack. My year has been spent dealing with lawyers and accountants and Revenue Canada and bankers! Lots of things to look after. People say not to make any changes for one year, although Barb and I did try to clean the garage and keep up with all the yard work and home maintenance. After all the hard work was done, we decided to head off to Hawaii and take in some sunshine. Starting playing tennis and took a few golf lessons as well. Met some friends here, so thinking of coming back next year, One year just reminds me of all the years stretching ahead that we are without our beloved husband, father, brother and friend. It is very hard to be without him and he is always in my thoughts and in my heart."
"Debbie, you continue to be in our thoughts and prayers each day. We were just saying this morning that it doesn't seem like it is a year since the four of us were having such a great time on South Padre Island. We think of your dear and precious Jack so often. We really miss him and all the good times we all had together -- precious memories! Nelson sure misses the golfing and comments on this often that Jack was such a great friend -- and a great golfing buddy. Debbie, may you be blessed today with many precious memories of your dear and precious Jack. Wish we could have been together for supper tonight and light a candle in Jack's memory. We will do this when you get back home! God Bless You today, in a very special way, our dear and precious friend! Love you so much!"
"Dear Jack: You've made a greater impact on my life then almost any other man in my life. You taught me things about life that you just cannot learn. I'll always treasure our moments fishing, and laughing while cracking jokes.
I'll always miss you, and i'll never ever forget our last conversation.
Love you and miss you like a father. Goodbye my friend."
"On Saturday with the big hype on the up coming fight I was sitting at home here thinking about boxing and remembering the time that Jack and I went to Brandon to watch a certain fight. Jack was right up to speed on the fight game and knew all the fighters. Well there was a competition who could get the most points and Jack went one way and I went the other on his advice. We won the prizes and as I recall his score was almost perfect.
On this what would have been Jack's Birthday I fondly remember all the good time spent celebrating that very event. RIP Jack we will be there to celebrate with you at some point."
We miss you lots & lots, for ever!"
"It is with a very saddened heart that I write a note today. My wife and I were sitting remembering all the good times we enjoyed with the Morrows. Golf trips, snow machine trips, parties at the lake, and lets not forget the pool table - a labor of love. LOL Jack we will miss you and Debbie if there is anything we can help with please give us a call. I am in hopes to get into Winnipeg for a visit in the not to distant future and again if I can help out please ask."
"One night, I was looking forward to getting together with Jack and Debbie this summer. Next morning, I learned that Jack couldn’t wait for the next time that I was counting on.
We met Jack and Debbie first as Gordon’s clients about ten years ago, and then they quickly became two of our dearest friends. Jack wore many hats in our relationship ranging from our client, partner, pharmacist, friend, to family.
Regrettably, I wasn’t able to attend Jack's memorial service today with the time and distance restrictions, but spent the day remembering him going through the wonderful memorial site Debbie created. I’m sure she arranged an equally wonderful memorial service for him with the family and friends around as well.
Thank you so much Jack for your trust, loyalty, and friendship all these years. Hopefully you are reunited with Gordon and Daksh now and you all are enjoying one another’s company again. You guys are probably bantering over Fox news, UFC fights, and SEO strategies ("Gurden, you have no SEO” as Daksh would often say). And of course, contemplating world domination with new business ideas from numerous brainstorming sessions.
Debbie, we both appreciated you just as much and I hope to be able to repay your kindness at least little bit through this difficult time. Please don’t hesitate to contact me anytime you need a friend (if you can settle for an unreliable one, that is). His memories are alive in my heart, and you and the family are in my thoughts."
"Debbie and the rest of the family,
Our deepest sympathy to you at this sad time. I have many good memories of Jack during his time in Melita. He was a good person and I will treasure the great visit we had at the luncheon for Gerry.
I want you to know that I am thinking of you."
"We are so sorry to hear of Jack's passing. We have many memories from our time together In Melita and later our Usana days. Our thoughts are with you Debbie and your family."
"Debbie and Families. So very shocked and sorry to hear of Jack's passing. Burt remembers many good times with Jack on the golf course, playing hockey and Kinsmen functions. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Deepest Sympathy, Burt and Darlene"
"Debbie, your dear Jack was a wonderful loving and caring friend who was loved by all who had the great privilege of knowing him. We will never cease to thank God for the wonderful memories. We will miss our dear friend Jack so very much. May you be blessed with many precious memories, Debbie. How we loved having you both come and visit us in Texas -- so many wonderful times together and precious memories both here and at home. We continue to keep you in our thoughts and prayers each day. May you feel God's arms of comfort wrapped around you. Love you so much, Debbie. You are a dear and precious friend -- and will ALWAYS be! Our love and prayers."
"Hi there Debbie and family. I was so sorry to hear of Jack' passing. I went to school with him in Melita till grade 4 when my Dad Oscar Goodman was transferred with the bank to Erickson. I have fond memories of Jack his parents and the rest of his family. My Mom Vina curled lots with his Mom and I remember they won silver trays at the Winnipeg bonspiel of which they were very proud! Lots of days to their drug store. I remember they sold sheet music which my Mom always bought and I still have!, I passed the info from the Free Press to another classmate Bev Cameron. Although I haven't seen him for years remember Jack as always a real nice kid and so sorry he is no longer with you. Take care"
"We met Jack on a few occasions over many years and we were deeply saddened to read this news. I remember him most as someone who brought my wonderful friend Debbie to meet up with me at my parents when I would visit from afar, often bringing incredible support at times when it was needed the most. We feel very privileged to have known him just a little and we extend our sincere sympathies to all the family and many friends affected deeply by this loss. love from Sherry Bowman & Joe Apaloo"
"Dear Debbie, I was shocked and saddened to hear about Jack. He was a kind and gentle man who will be missed. You are in my thoughts."
"Jack Morrow was a great man. A wonderful intellect, a great soul of matchless courage, one of the great men of the earth. He was an exceptional and gifted human being. You will be in our heart in the rest of life. We want to pay tribute to Jack Morrow ourselves. In good times and bad, he never lost his capacity to smile and laugh, nor to inspire others with his warmth and kindness. Your memories will be etched forever. No words to describe how much you will be missed."
"We were shocked and saddened to hear Jack's untimely demise. We know him as a soft spoken gentleman and very thoughtful to Debbie. How he misses Debbie when she is not around him.
We know the family is in pain with his sudden passing away and we share their grief especially with Debbie, David, Carey and the rest of the family. He would always be remembered and he is in our prayers.
May he rest in peace."
"So sorry Debbie. Like and love you guys a lot. Jack was always respected,pleasant generous,enjoyed a laugh and most of all a good i friend.
Jack and garry played a lot of cards together whether it be crib or poker,mostly the latter. They enjoyed a few jets games together and in earlier years curled a season together. If we can help deb,let us know
Take. Care. Love Garry & Audrey"
"I worked for Jack and Debbie for about 4 years and although I didn't work for or with Jack very often, I remember Jack as being very easy to work for and with. I also remember Jack as a good neighbor, always willing to help whenever I asked. As a golfer I remember Jack hitting the ball far longer and straighter than I although I put that down to better equipment! Jack was about 7 years older than me so need some sort of excuse! You will be missed."
"our dear friend Debbie, we were so sad to hear of Jacks passing. we will so miss Jack and kitty catter grey.all the pics are beauiful. we will keep feeding Jacks humming birds this summer. god bless you . love always Ron and Marlene"
"Dear Debbie, So sorry to hear of your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Jack loved Mr. Gray.. spending time with him in the mornings, he loved feeding those humming birds in the summer, leaving trails of sugar water out of the house.. and most of all, tending his roses in front of the house. Take care."
"RIP Jack....Hi Debbie...I am so sorry....I still remember your visit to India in 2009...you were the best couple I ever met....jack was fantastic and cool.....u take care and be strong as always......god bless..."
"I'm so sorry to hear of your loss. My thoughts are with you and your family, Debbie."
Your memories will be etched forever. No words to describe how much you will be missed."
"Jack was a very dear friend to us and he will be missed. Cory and I often talk about our fishing dates with you and Jack and I promise Debbie you WILL catch your first fish!! Lol Great memories! Debbie I'm so sorry for your loss. Take care my friend. Looking forward to seeing you when you get home. Your always in my heart and thoughts. Love Cory and Bobbi"
"RIP Jack. Debbie, I'm so sorry to hear of your loss. You're in my thoughts dear friend. The photos here on this page are beautiful. I'm truly saddened to had read about this. Please call me whenever you can."
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