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Memories of Jack - October 7, 2011
Posted: October 8, 2011 | Last Revised: October 8, 2011
I remember Jack when he was a little boy playing with a wagon on his grandparents farm in Wisconsin, he would be talking to someone when no one was around and when he was asked who he was talking to he would say Clarence who was his imaginary playmate.
My sister Marian McDaniel and I flew to San Antonio in February 1999 to help Jack celebrate his birthday. We were with him for a week and Jack made sure we had a great time. He showed us around San Antonio, we went to a movie together and we played cards every night. Then again in February 2000 we flew down for his birthday, but Jack had just recently met Doris and he spent a lot of time with her. So Marian & I rented a car and saw the sights of San Antonio. We got to see Jack when he took us out to eat and Doris could be along. We didn't regret this because we liked Doris and knew she was good for Jack.
They got married the following May and my sister Marian died in June of 2000.
Jack was born at Dodgeville, WI to John & Gladys Larson Noble on 20 Feb 1939. He went to grade school at Owego, a country school near Argyle. He & his mother were living with her parents, Oscar & Mary Larson as his parents divorced in 1944. He went to high school in Argyle, WI and then went into service.
Jack always enjoyed coming back to the home farm of his grandparents and getting together with his classmates from Argyle. Thanks Jack for all the memories. Aunt Lillian
Born: February 20, 1939
Place of Birth: Dodgeville, WI
Death: October 1, 2011
Place of Death: San Antonio, TX
Occupation: Real Estate
Organizations: San Antonio Board of Realtors, Texas Association of Realtors, National Association of Realtors
This memorial provided by:
Porter Loring Mortuary