Uncle Jack was always teasing, and chasing us kids. I remember the adults golfing in Spokane while us kids played mini golf. It was a huge family gathering once a year! My condolences to my Aunt Jerry, and all my cousins, and family. I will always cherish my memories. Lots of Love and prayers for you all.
From Gerald&Carla Bain
To Gerry and Family.
I hope you find Comfort and Peace in knowing that Jack was an Amazing Human Being, Husband, Father and
Grandfather, and Friend, to all that were Fortunate to have known him. Jack was a Man of True Confidence and Integrity.
To me Jack was God Send, I worked for Jack at Venetian Marble at the front desk, he was kind, generous, understanding,
but mostly, HILARIOUS , He made me laugh all the time. At times I could not even answer the reception calls coming in,. The years working for Jack were the best years of my life, I truly thank you for that Mr. Jack Brackman.
You will never be forgotten.
Condolences to the whole Brackman family on the passing of Jack. Many great memories of hockey and ball during the Acadia days!
The Isaak family
To Gerry and family, we send much love and positive thoughts. Jack will be so missed. Helen & Les
To Gerry and Brackman Family, we are deeply saddened to hear of Jack's passing and our very special thoughts are with you.
We have fond memories and will always cherish the times we were together whether it was on or off the Golf course.
Rick / Lyn
God I used to love playing golf with Jack ,he even made a bad round a lot of fun.He will be missed .
My deepest sympathy on the recent passing of Jack.
A fine gentleman and real character. He always had a kind word and a sense of humor second to none.
Jack loved Inglewood, the course, members and dedicated much of his spare time to volunteer work, contributing to
the ongoing success of our club. He will be greatly missed. Condolences to his wife and family.
With much sadness we learned of Jack's passing March 1st. We were the best of friends as Members of Inglewood Golf Club, and played several hundred rounds together of golf together, and EVERY round was filled with much laughter and great comradery, mixed in with the occasional tiny bit of skill. We served on the Inglewood Board for several Terms, and teamed up with pretty much every Tournament where 2-man partners were involved. One of the Harlow 2-day tourneys most memorable, against around 100 Teams, we finished LAST after day one. Next day, we shot lights out and finished FIRST for day two, talk about a swing! Not enough to catch any prize money, but boy did we Strut! Then there Jack's famous Tournament Golf Pants....Day One he would wear his Yellow ones....Bright yellow with a very large amount of white birds printed and flying on them...and Day Two....Bright red, again with a very large amount of flying white birds on them. I think he invented the Loud-Mouth brand of golf pants so often found on Pro's at todays events! I could go on and on about his antics, jokes, outgoing personality, that every one knew and loved him at the Club...EVERYONE!......but am getting pretty teary-eyed now just thinking about the 20+ years on the Course together. Rest In peace my dear great Friend...I will cherish your memory forever...and my most sincerest condolences to his beautiful wife Jerry and their Family.
Jerry and family,
As you know, Jack was a huge part of our MJ family. He was renowned for his "daily joke". You never heard the same joke twice and he was very secretive as to where he heard his collection of jokes. Whenever he would call or drop into the MJ office for coffee he would share one of his colourful jokes. You always knew when Jack had arrived to any event by the sound of laughter or "Jack, you can't say that!"
We will always think fondly of what he gave to all of us. May your happy memories give you peace and comfort during this challenging time and know that he will be sadly missed.
Dearest Jerry and Family ;
Our Deepest and Most Heartfelt Condolences at this time of Immeasurable Sorrow.
On behalf of The Collins and Dunphy Families we would like to share some of the Loving, Precious, Humorous and Uniquely "Jack" recollections that come to mind. Jack and his friend Garth were introduced to the head of the Collins household in early 1975 we think. The "Dynamic Duo" quickly endeared themselves to the Collins clan and made a Significant Impact regarding Family Relations, forever changing the Collins and Dunphy family dynamics, for the better, beyond measure. 'Chuck' Collins, Jack and Garth became Great Friends and Lived Life to the Fullest. Many Family functions with an abundance of fun, fellowship and Copious Amounts of Laughter.
Jack was a Powerful Demonstration of what it looks like to be a Man of Confidence, Humility, Integrity and a Tremendous and Infectious sense of humor. As a young, soon to be married man, I observed these men with sense of wonder as they seemed completely unaffected by trouble of any kind. They would laugh in the face of adversity and just keep on keepin on.
'One Day At A Time" Tragedy struck the Collins Family in November 1977 when Chuck was suddenly taken from us and Jack, Jerry and their Family, as well as Garth, Mary and their Family were there to serve and support our bereaved and bewildered hearts. To this newly wed young man, Jack left an Incredible and unforgettable impression on me. An impression that has stayed with the Darryl Dunphy Family, The Charles Collins Family and Countless other Families that have had the Great Good Fortune cross the path of The One and Only Jack Brackman. I was Truly Blessed to Know and Dearly Love Jack. He Changed the course of my life. He was a Dear Friend. We had many a conversation about many subjects where his unique sense of humor would make me realize I don't need to "take myself too damn seriously" Jack will live forever in our hearts as well as in the countless hearts that, I Know he left his mark on.
Love and Blessings Now and Always,
The Collins and Dunphy Families
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