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JACK WILSON KERR

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FUNERAL SERVICE TO BE HELD AT

WEELEY CREMATORIUM CLACTON ON SEA ESSEX ON

FRIDAY 3RD JUNE AT 12.30


 

JACK HAD ALWAYS FOUGHT HIS ILLNESS WITH COURAGE AND DETERMINATION AND CONTINUED TO DO THIS TO THE END.

WE WOULD LIKE TO TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO THANK EACH AND EVERY ONE OF THE MEMBERS FOR GIVING JACK SOMETHING TO FOCUS ON OVER THE PAST FEW YEARS. JACK THOUGHT HIGHLY OF YOU ALL AND WORRIED EACH TIME HE WAS TAKEN IN TO HOSPITAL THAT YOU WOULD BE CONCERNED. WE ARE OVERWHELMED BY THE GENEROSITY OF YOU ALL IN THE DONATIONS TO JACKS RELAY FOR LIFE TEAM (JACKOS WACKOS) IN LESS THAN 48 HOURS YOUR DONATIONS HAVE RAISED OVER £900! JACK WOULD BE THRILLED AS HE REALISED WITHOUT THE ADVANCES IN MEDICINES (IM SURE HIS DETERMINATION ALSO PLAYED A BIG PART) HE WOULD NOT HAVE HAD THE ADDITIONAL TWO YEARS WITH HIS FAMILY. THANK YOU ALL ONCE AGAIN.

KIND REGARDS

JOANNA AND KAREN


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I'm awaiting an image to post in the above Post from Joanna, the one in the Doc could not be posted for some reason.

 

Also here is the link to his Jackos Wackos Walk http://relay.cancerresearchuk.org/site/TR/RelayForLife/General?pg=team&fr_id=1567&team_id=8439

 

RIP my Friend, I hope to get there to say a final and probably very tearful farewell

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Cracking response from people who are in the depths of misery. 

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RIP Jock, and thank you to Andy and Jocks family for posting this

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Thank you for opening this thread, Andrew. A most fitting obituary and I hope Jock's family will be all right. Sad as it had been for us to hear he had not been able to fight any more, how much harder still must it be for them to bear this loss? I wonder...

 

RIP, Jock. May you be forever free of pain and suffering, wherever you have gone.

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Andy. Thanks for starting this thread and all the other things you and Peter have done around this sad time.

 

Sleep well Jock you've earned it Sir

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RIP Jock. A kind man and brave fighter. You will never be forgotten.

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Jock and I shared some E mail topics, most of which concerned Cornwall and the pictures taken of the County by our contributors.  He must have liked it as much as I do.

 

Brian.

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My fingers can hardly type.  Internet speechlessness.  Plus the keys are all wet and slippery for some reason.

 

I'll miss you mate, and all our discussions about racing old motorbikes.

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Jock had varied passions and connected with others who shared them.  His posts showed how he was taking interest in each and every one. A very special man.

Don

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R.I.P Jock,  I will miss your replies and help, God bless..

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R.I.P. Jock.. Always a Star.

 

Your late night missives will be missed.

 

Mick

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I never knowing met Jock but I will miss my internet and RMweb friend. I am already noting the absence of his notifications to my post when I switch on the computer each morning.

 

RIP Jock.

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Rest  in peace, Jock.  Your replies and ratings together with your ideas for Hurlford, much appreciated on both our threads, and your postings on other RMwebbers threads and on Early Risers, will be SOooooo missed. 

 

Farewell, good friend.  Hwyl fawr.

 

Polly and Ray

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Thank you, Jock, for showing us the meaning of friendship.  For strength in adversity.  For courage above and beyond the call of duty.  For calm, measured comment.  And for everything else you brought to this place.

 

We probably crossed paths many years ago in Cornwall.  We certainly trod the same ground and had mutual acquaintances.  We had hoped to meet next month in Clacton.

 

Free from pain and suffering at last.  Sincere condolences and best wishes to the family.  R.I.P. Jock.  

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RIP Jock, we only crossed paths occasionally on the ER thread, but you always had a kind word.

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R I P Jock you were a fine, fine person.

 

Robbie

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You’ll always remain a good man in our hearts, Jock.

 

Pete.

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RIP Jock, I always enjoyed your posts........Condolences to Joanna and Karen at this very sad time.

 

Regards......Mike

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