Jack Gulino was my uncle, and was truly loved and admired by my entire family. As far back as I can remember Jackie, (as I always called him)always had a great big smile on his face. When him and Trisha got married, I was honored to be a bridesmaid in their wedding. Jackie was the … Read more
I will never forget Jack’s ever present smile. He always greeted people with a smile and made you feel like you were the most important person he would speak to that day. Thank you for being ever faithful to others. We will never forget you.
You were such an inspiration to our family Deacon Jack and we thank you for your friendship & prayers for our family through the years. For many years of sharing faith & fellowship in RCIA, your ACTS times with Jon filled with encouraging words, and you presiding over my mom’s memorial and checking in on … Read more
I never talked with him other than passing by. I listened to some of his inspiring, down to earth homilies, and felt his heart beats. I saw in him the kindness and compassionate ways of a holy Jesus’ servant. I trusted him without ever having a real personal conversation with him. He mirrored so well … Read more
We met Jack and Trish many years ago, when they came to Palermo (Italy) to meet Jack’s Sicilian family: he wanted to know its origins and relatives in Sicily (we were his cousins). At once we realized that Jack was a special person: his face expressed joy and his eyes were full of love for … Read more
For several years, I had the opportunity to work with Jack and his group in Richardson. Whenever I would visit Jack’s office, he was welcoming, good-humored, enthusiastic, and straight-forward. His group respected his leadership, but they also looked up to and liked him as a person. So did I.
I was so saddened to hear this – I went through RCIA when Jack and his wife were sponsors and helpers. Such a loss for our parish. I pray that his family is comforted during this difficult time.
My condolence to Jack’s family. I’ve worked with Jack through the years. He is really a nice person. He will be missed.
We moved here in May 2006 when I was pregnant with my 2nd daughter. Shortly after that, my husband and I attended the baptism class taught by Deacon Jack and liked him very much. My daughter Dorothea, who was born in June 2006 (baptized by Deacon Bill) also has involved in children’s activities at the … Read more
I was one of the many participants in the FISH camp at Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton when we helped out Joplin Missouri after the devastating tornado. Throughout the morning of the first day I wasn’t really too involved and into the entire mission trip. In the evenings we would sit down and have small talk … Read more