Guest Book for H. Jack Brock

Provided by Wards Funeral Home

Posted by: Sandra and Marvin Hammack
Mon November 26, 2018
Our Heartfelt Sympathy to the Family and Friends of Jack Brock. Jack loved life and his country. We thank you for your Service to our country and to your family who watch and supported you while serving. May our Lord comfort the family at this difficult time.
Love and prayers to each of you!
Marvin and Sandra Hammack

Posted by: Myra Benefield
Tue November 27, 2018
My heartfelt love go to the remaining family of My friend Jack!  I read his Impressive career & thought I never knew all this but loved him as a great friend!   I should have known he was from an awesome family but time brought my thoughts together to think of Linda Allison & Charlotte Grogan  my friends too & say you all are blessed with a great heritage of a big family of high regard. Again I am glad to include Jack as a great gentleman friend plus all the family I know especially my neighbors from Chestnut Mountain who I visit by riding by their homes & always thinking of pleasant good friends forever!  Grieve with strength & dignity as God is with you all is my prayer!

Posted by: Terry and Jeanne Harsh
Tue November 27, 2018
Thank You for your service to our country,  We have never met a man who loved his country more, and was more proud to wear his uniform.  It was our pleasure to call  you our friend, we had many good times, you will be truly missed.  Rest in piece dear friend.
Terry and Jeanne

Posted by: Frank Goodson
Wed November 28, 2018
Jack was a great guy.  He made me feel better when I talked to him and when I made short trips with him. He enjoyed life to the fullest. He will be greatly missed.

Posted by: David and Sherrill (Hall) Day
Fri November 30, 2018
Love, thoughts,and prayers to all of Jack's family from David and I.  I first met Jack in the early 1960's when he worked as a salesman for Georgia Power Company.  My father was the local manager of the Cleveland office so I would see Jack when he was in Cleveland.  I had a blue corvair at the time and he called it the "Blue Goose".  We continued to be friends after I married and moved to Gainesville in 1973.  I never saw him in later years that we didn't share a couple of good laughs about the "Blue Goose".   Jack continued to visit my parents after GA Power discontinued selling appliances and always shared vegetables from his garden when visiting.  He always ate lunch with my parents when he was working and repaid those meals three-fold with his vegetables. Jack was always upbeat, kind, and smiling when you saw him, and always left you feeling much better.  Cherish all the memories you shared as a family and may they help to give you comfort and peace in the days ahead.  Rest in peace my good friend.  I will always have a big smile on my face when I remember you.

Posted by: Sandra Blackstock Gross
Fri November 30, 2018
Love & prayers to all Jack's family.  Always thought of Jack as an extended member of our family & have fond memories of him through out the years...especially, his great wit!