Jack and I often ran into each other during our morning Starbucks runs, and it was such a great way to start my day – with a loving hug and his ever-present sunny smile. When I returned to the Church in 2010, I asked Jack to preside over the Blessing of mine & my husband’s marriage that December. His kind and thoughtful message during that service will never be forgotten by my family; he made the ceremony so personal. Our youngest daughter, Becca, looked forward to seeing Jack at Lenten Soup Suppers and at Mass, where she knew she would get one of his hugs and his smiles. I can’t even imagine our Seton Community without Jack’s presence… and I can’t imagine how devastating this loss is to Jack’s family. I rejoice in knowing that he is with Our Lord now, but grieve his absence here. May God grant his eternal soul rest and peace, and may his family be comforted in knowing that Jack will always be remembered fondly and with much love and gratitude.