So many wonderful things you can say about Jack. He was responsible for so many of us just starting out at Square D, always positive and encouraging. His upbeat attitude made it a pleasure to travel with him as I did all over the country. No one could quite deliver the knowledge he could and be so well received, often in spite of his very corny jokes. He was the only one that could make them work. A considerate and caring person to work with. I will never forget him. Just a great guy! He will be missed by many.
Susan and I express our deepest sympathy to Jack’s family. We knew Jack for 45 years since my early days at SQD going through training. I will always remember Jack standing on his desk waving at me to get my attention during a lecture on Motor Control Centers after receiving a call from Susan that our first child was about to be born. He and his family will be in our prayers.
Jack was the first supervisor that I had when I joined Square D in Asheville. He is also the best supervisor I have had. He touched so many lives in such a positive way with his upbeat, outgoing manner. Woz genuinely cared for people and it showed.
Rest in peace, Woz, your work here is done. Go with God.
My deep condolences to Jack’s family. I had known Jack since 1978 as a mentor and a coach. May the Good Lord bless his soul. Amen.
Lee J. Pryor
May God rest Jack’s soul. He was always a big help to me especially during the early years of my career with Square D in Milwaukee. My last memory of Jack is of him attending and singing at my father’s funeral at St. Matthias church. Rest in peace.
Lee J. Pryor
Everyone liked Jack. He was always positive and what a memory. Jack never forgot a name or a face. He remembered everyone he had ever met at Square D, including every new field engineer. We will miss him.
Jack was an inspiration to me as I started my career at Square D Milwaukee back in 1972. His cheerful demeanor has influenced my life and made me a better person. Rest in Peace Woz!