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We are so sorry for your loss, both Shawn and I know how much you loved each other.
Thinking of you and your family, Sandy. Knowing that you did a wonderful job of caring for Jack during his illness. Take good care, Steve
I am so sorry for your loss. Jack was an employee of mine when he worked in private practice at Family Psychology Associates. The major reason he left was because of changes in insurance practices which required private practice therapists to have a license. He did an excellent job with teens, even teaching me several things about how to handle teen clients. I am sorry to hear of his passing.
Don Damsteegt, PhD
Arlene & Family
Was so nice to see you and your family yesterday at the funeral. Jack was a wonderful fun classmate. There were five of us attending Jack's funeral from his high school class. We reminisced reaching back over the years. Each of us had a fun story to tell. Scott, we all enjoyed talking with you and hearing your endearing stories. My Condolences and Blessing to you and your Family.
Sandy Kolda Ochs
Take care ol' Jack....miss your sterling, laughter and smile..... you're ol pal Marty
I worked with Jack at Roosevelt middle school.
He was very insightful about life and always did what was best for his students.
He also was a very funny guy.
My sympathy to the family, he will be missed.
My thoughts go out to you Sandy and your family. May your hearts rest easy during this trying time.
Jack had a far reaching impact on many lives. I will always remember what a down-to-earth and insightful fellow Jack was. I owe him a great deal for taking the time that others did not, making a true and meaningful, personal difference in my life. The things he taught were often those not found in a textbook. I may have learned a few off color jokes as well.
Somewhere up there, Jack knows what this means...
"To anywhere, from anywhere, at anytime." Jack my friend, the pass is now yours.
Truly devastating to hear of Jack’s passing. I always enjoyed visiting with him and having a good laugh. He truly cared about the students he counseled and he will be sorely missed. I consider myself fortunate to have known Mr. Heaton.
I am so sorry to learn of my cousin’s passing. I know he will be missed by his family and friends. I remember how Aunt Esther was so proud of him. She always spoke highly about both of her children and kept us posted about what they and their families were doing.
I am sorry I won’t be able to attend Jack’s services. Due to a fall several years ago my back is not up to walking distances. My thoughts will be with you at this time though.
Let me offer my sincere condolences and my prayers during this time.
It was a privilege to work with Jack all those years ago at LaSalle High School. It was my first year as a principal, we had a late resignation and Jack fell from the sky into our community in August, right before school started. He became a confidant, ally, and friend in very short order. Jack was so easy to talk to, to provide advice, and help me steer the ship. Students loved him for his wisdom and support during their trying times. Every student, no matter who they were, was treated the same and as an equal. He loved them all, he really did. I can't imagine how many lives he touched, including mine. God broke the mold when He made Jack. May he rest now in peace.
Jack was my counselor off and on for many years. He became a friend in the process. I valued his counsel and comfort very much. I'm sure you will miss him.
We very sad to hear of Jack passing we have some good memories of him on our visits to Iowa. Our Prayers go out to the Family.
I'm so very sorry for your loss. Mr. Heaton was a great man and I think of him often. The support and friendship he provided when I was in high school got me through some of my toughest years. I most certainly would not be where I am today if not for him. I can only imagine how many others he impacted in such a way throughout his life; what a wonderful legacy to leave behind.
My thoughts are with your family. Please take comfort in knowing his spirit lives on in all of us.
Sandy, I am so sorry for your loss of Jack. It is a loss shared by all of us. I will never forget his wink with a smile. He always had a way of making me laugh when I was taking things too seriously. His wink and smile would remind me to lighten up and enjoy life, like I believe he really did. Jack gave to everyone he met. He would always greet a new acquaintance like an old friend and welcome them to join him in doing puzzles. I know that he didn't remember my name, but he always called me "dear". He was like a sweet honorary grandfather to me since I didn't ever meet my biological ones.
I can't ever think about Jack without thinking about you, too, always faithfully by his side. My coworkers and I constantly referred to you as a saint. You continued to be warm and loving, even when things were sometimes hard. Please take care of yourself now and in the coming days. Feel free to reach out to me if you need something or if you just want to have a friendly talk or if you just want someone to listen. You are Jack's girl, as he called you, and I know that you made his life richer and more fulfilling. The love you two shared for each other could be seen and sensed from a long distance. Jack will be greatly missed and never forgotten. I write this with a wink and a smile.
I worked with Jack at Roosevelt for many years. He was awesome and so much fun to be around. You could always count on him to brighten the day no matter what chaos was going on around us. I was sad to see him retire and jealous!! It has been years since I have seen him but I am sure he touched many lives during his time on this planet with his wonderful sense of humor and positive outlook. RIP Jack...#amazingman
We are so sorry to have to say goodbye to Jack. He will be so missed by our entire team. We love you!
Your Caregivers at Superior Care Iowa
Sandy, Felicia, and Scott,
So sorry to hear about Jack. I grew up as his neighbor and saw him nearly everyday in my junior high and high school days. We always talked about sports including his college days at UNI. He would catch me in baseball when I was in high school and took me over to West Branch to play basketball during the summers since he worked there. My memories of him are all good. I only wish I could have talked to him later in life.
Randy and Vonda Moore
San Angelo Texas
Sandy, So very sorry for the loss of Uncle Jack, will remember all the good times up at the camper in Guttenburg. Always remember him working on his little projects such as his screened in deck. He always had a smile on his face and made me laugh with his funny little jokes.....He will always be in my thoughts....R.I.P. Uncle Jack
I met Sandy Heaton in approximately 2013. Sandy was so devoted to Jack, loving and supporting him every step of his journey. Jack was always cheerful when I saw him - even in the hospital he was grinning and being silly, charming the nurses. He knew his beloved "Sparky" was by his side even when other memories started to fade. Jack, the King of jigsaw puzzles, lover of nature. May your soul soar among the rainbows. Julie Beasley
My condolences to you and your family Sandy just want to let you know how much I enjoy working with Jack we would have our great and bad days but by the end of my shift we where best friends all over again I'm gonna miss his smile and his frowny face and his I love you and kiss on my cheek those where the best moments of my life like if he knew I needed those saying he was such an amazing person I for sure miss him already love ❤️ you take care what ever you need I will always be here for you Mrs Sandy please call me if you need to talk it's very hard when you lose a loved one
So sorry about Jack. I didn't know him long but he was at the respite house when I'd take Jeannie there. He loved his puzzles, and he let me help him with some of those more difficult ones. Sometimes he was helping me!! Very nice man.
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