There well be sadness and gladness,when I'm gone!
  • 57 years old
  • Born on January 16, 1955 in Evansville, Indiana, United States.
  • Passed away on April 3, 2012 in Evansville, Indiana, United States.

This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Jack McCallister, 57, born on January 16, 1955 and passed away on April 3, 2012. We will remember him forever.He takes with him,my secrets,my wishes and my heart.I'll never be "alright" again. Love you,Sally

Posted by Wayne Whelan on 1st October 2015
I only knew Jack from phone conversations, but what a pleasant voice! He built tube guitar amps and we built speakers. My deepest sympathy to his family and friends! I had lost touch and only discovered his passing today. May God Bless!
Posted by Louis Sekoya on 16th January 2014
Something weird just happened ! I was saying to my wife how much of a nice person Jack was but without knowing that it was his birthday today and five minutes later , I received an email from forevermissed reminding me of Jack's birthday ' What a lovely unexplainable coincidence! Rest in piece Mr. J Louis Sutton,Canada
Posted by Sarah McCallister on 21st May 2013
The tears aren't as often,the pain still cuts like aknife.
Posted by Louis Sekoya on 20th May 2013
What a great soul he was , he is resting in peace now away from the pain. Condolences to the family. Lou
Posted by Gregg Nickens on 4th October 2012
I am extremely sorry for the loss of Jack, and I apologize for having to ask this question. Did Jack have a guitar amplifier business in Spring Hill, Florida named, "Mouradian Amps"? Did Jack have a wife, and was his wife's name Anne? Thanks again, and sincerest condolences to you and your family.
Posted by Sarah McCallister on 26th May 2012
It hasn't got any easier,I miss you so much and the anger of how the siblings treated you,I just wish I could wish them away!
Posted by Sarah McCallister on 23rd May 2012
My best friend,how it still hurts to see your picture,I still can't talk about you more then a few minutes with out tearing up! We were so stupid! It never it never crossed our mind that you had coded on the way to St. Marys.You walked to the ambulance! I will always cherish being the one that knew you best,and the one now,hurting the most,still.

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