In Memory

Jack A Long

Jack A Long

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03/05/19 09:10 AM #1    

Merry L Waters (Schading)

Such a shock to hear of Jack's passing!  He was my very first boyfriend.  He was a good guy.  He used to work when he was 16 years old as a farm hand way out on Bank Street.  He will be missed.  


03/06/19 08:36 AM #2    

James F Hodge Jr.

Jack along with Wayne Robinson and I were together working at the Pine Grove Dairy Farm on Bank St. Rd. Bailing Hay. We spent a lot of time together growing up. I too am saddened to hear he has passed. Many fond memories camping in the woods with Jack Wayne and I on the old Pine Grove Farm owned by Charles Neth. 

RIP Jack 

03/06/19 09:58 AM #3    

Liz Johnson (Conway)

Jim Conway and Jack Long were in the same draft call up and went to Fort Dix for basic training.  He went to Vietnam and Jim to Germany.  We saw Jack in December at a restaurant in LeRoy.  He was there with his wife and brother and sister-in-law.  We couldn't hug because he was in remission from Leukemia.  We were happy to recall times past but his illness was due to Agent Orange.  Stay in touch with friends.  Tomorrow isn't guaranteed.

03/06/19 06:33 PM #4    

Douglas W Kalicki

Sad to hear of Jack’s passing. He was always a nice guy growing up. Hate to hear we lost another classmate. RIP Jack. 

03/08/19 03:14 PM #5    

Arthur J Torcello

Sorry to hear that we have lost Jack. I remember him being a very nice person, with a shy personality until he got to know you...and because Merry Waters always sat behind me in our classes with Jack (Due to the first letter of our last names) I got to hear about how cute she thought Jack is...on pretty much a daily basis. not surprised to read her comments above  and that  he became her first boyfriend! God bless you Jack and may you rest in beautiful, eternal peace.



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