Eric Knipp

Deacon Jack baptised our son William. I didn’t know him well but he was a great guy and I could see the joy he experienced bringing another child into the Church. He will be missed. Godspeed, Deacon Jack. 

Tai Yang

 I know Jack since I came to work for Cisco in year 2000 to support WCOM DNE lab. At that time I don’t know Jack too well. But after I came back to work for Cisco again in year 2013, I had the honor to work and interface with Jack a whole lot more. Jack has been … Read more

Bruce Wells

I had the pleasure of working with Jack for many years at MCI. He was a great guy to work with and I learned many things from him. I wish his family peace and love as they deal with Jack’s passing. He was a good man and will be missed. 

Greg Hutton

I met Jack in 1995 when I joined MCI here in the Dallas area (after my time with WilTel). When I returned to the company in Dallas in 2005, I recall one of our initial discussions about the Dallas Mavericks and Dallas Desperados. I always enjoyed sports talk with Jack, but also enjoyed his sharing … Read more

Kathy

Deacon Jack’s passing is an enormous loss to our entire faith community. Jack always made everyone feel so welcome and had the ability to draw you nearer to God through his sermons, serving as our Deacon, his involvement in so many of our church ministries, and simply by his larger than life presence. He was … Read more

Joseph Wong

I met Deacon Jack when I was in RCIA back in 2008-2009. He was always so kind and gentle to me and everyone else. Through the years, whenever I saw Deacon Jack he’d always stop and talk with me. I am grateful to have known Deacon Jack and will miss him dearly.

Danielle Harris

i knew deacon jack as a youth leader to my confirmation class. Every Sunday he provided us with insight into the catholic faith and made it make sense. he always took the time to answer our questions in detail and make sure we understood just what he was talking about. on top of that, he … Read more

Kevin Gilhooly

I actually knew Jack before he was Deacon Jack, since he became my brother-in-law before he was ordained as a permanent Deacon. When I met him, he was just Jack. So, I’m one of the few people in Dallas that didn’t know him from work or from Church. When Virginia and I were married on a schooner … Read more

Donna Cachero

I remember Deacon Jack’s delivery of material one Wednesday evening. He had a way of putting everyone at ease with his big smile and sense of humor.