Jack was a good, kind, friendly person who was very generous with his time serving his community. I always enjoyed talking with him when I met him. I’ll remember him fondly. His passing is a great loss to Tiffin.
Theola, I am so sorry for your loss and at the same time grateful to have spent a short time at your farm last summer with my parents, Jan and Ken Hubel. Mom always spoke so fondly of you. Blessings to your family.
The worst thing about my mild covid infection last fall was that it prevented me from visiting with the Raricks as planned. I envied Jack for living such a good life and admired him for being such a good man.My deepest condolences to Theola and to the children and grandchildren he loved and who loved him.
John impressed by his hearty, forthright, welcoming manner. I met him only a few times. Even from that limited exposure, it was clear that he and Theola were involved in a lifelong dedication to preserving individual farming as a way of life. At considerable expense to themselves.
The world needs more people like John.
Theola, Clint, RoseMarie and family,
I knew Jack from his visits to Veterinary Associates and his dogs. Most notably was his stud dog, Damit. Like Jack, Damit was a character. Jack loved his dogs and kept them well. It was always a good day when Jack came in. He was a delight. We shared an love for dogs, for the land and a real interest in people. We also shared an interest in birds. Through Jack I also got to know Clint and RoseMarie. Their love for their cats was more than refreshing to another pet lover. They cared for so many cats in so many situations. In recent years I was always happy when I would see Jack and Theola at a neighborhood backyard birding day. Jack also supported a band that I was a part of by attending our concerts. It is hard to say goodbye to a man like Jack. But I feel my life has been richer for having known him. Farewell Jack.
To Theola, Clint, Kathryn, spouses and grandkids, you have have been blessed. I know that each of you have been loved by a good man. My sympathy to you now. I extend my hand of joy and friendship to each of you and look forward to seeing you some time in the future, I hope. God bless. Your friend Janet Wilson
Our deepest condolences to Clint, Rosemarie, Theola, and the family for your loss. We are thinking about you in yur time of grief. Carrie and Tom Coburn (Rosemarie's niece and husband).
Theola, I am so sorry for your loss. I so enjoyed our visit with my parents (Jan and Kenn Hubel) last summer on that beautiful afternoon.