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Jack Sears
January 5, 1943 - August 18, 2004



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Teddie Hanks Mize

 

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By: Lisa Barroso Aug 20, 2004
I am filled with sadness at the news of Jack's death. I stopped by often to buy tomatoes ( and threw in a few flowers now and then). He will be missed. My prayers are with you.
By: Teddie Hanks-Mize Aug 20, 2004
I was sad to receive the news of Jack's passing. I will always remember the sweet smile and soft spoken words.

I remember as a small girl Jack babysitting my sister and me, we always looked forward to his visits.

My sympathy to Debbie and of course my Aunt Betty, Chuck, Jim, and Besty. I am sorry I cannot be there on Saturday, but in my heart I will be with you, my family. All of you will remain in my prayers.



Love to all of you and God bless Jack



Teddie Hanks Mize
By: Don & Karen Bravenec Aug 20, 2004
We are frequent customers and will always remember Jack's helpfulness and kindness. Going to the fruit stand was always a treat. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family.
By: Steven Parker Aug 20, 2004
The world was deffinately a much nicer place when Jack was here with us, he will be missed by many. People like Jack made me wonder if sometimes, just maybe, God planted a few angels amongst us just to help keep an eye on his children.



He always smiled in the most genuine way. He was while on earth and is now, still in heaven, truly a gentle man. We are without him only briefly, only long enough for those of us still here to complete our life's work, when we are called home in our omn time we will see his smile again. Debbie and Danielle my love goes out to you both. You are two of the strongest women I have ever known, hold steady and strong to each other. I hope you both find comfort in knowing that every person who ever met Jack instantly liked him.



He knew a lot more than the quality of fruit, he also knew the quality of life and of people. This is most evident in his choice of wife. To me Jack and Debbie was always one word. It describes more than a couple to me, it describes the best that love has to offer the world. The connection their souls made here on Earth is not broken, and will continue for eternity. Jack placed no conditions on people, he accepted everyone. I am proud Jack called me friend, I will shake his hand again one day on the shores of heaven.



A family friend,



Steven W. Parker

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