Guest Book for John "Jack" Peffer

Provided by Peterson-Blick Funeral Home, Inc.

Posted by: Joanne Culbertson
Wed July 24, 2019
I thought for sure Jack would live forever.   He was so young at heart and made everyone laugh.  I'm sure that everyone who knew him, loved him.  He will be missed by all.  I am sorry for the loss of a great guy, but I am sure he is in good hands and resting in peace.
 

 
Posted by: Jane Howell
Wed July 24, 2019
Dear Terry, Bonnie, Ronnie, Louise, Carol Ann and Family,  so many wonderful memories everyone has of Jack. The hayrides, the times he cooked for us at different Camps, his humor and wonderful wit, and of course his famous song , On The Dummy Line, loved him. Always a smile, happy, and kind. Job well done Jack, rest dear Friend, you’ve earned it, loved you
 

 
Posted by: Linda Wise- Russell
Wed July 24, 2019
Carol Ann, Terry And Ron and your families.  Jack will certainly be missed. He was always a source of fun and laughter.  I remember the many church activities he helped out with.  The cooking he did for the Mother’s and Daughter banquets, and church  camps.  On the hay rides he was source of our singing and songs. He was truly a great guy.
 

 
Posted by: Jan Garrett
Wed July 24, 2019
Jack is one of the nicest guys I ever met at the American Legion. He always had a smile on his face as Vicki and I approached him. Shaking his hand was always a pleasure as you could feel the warmth in his heart. He was one of the strongest men for his age that I ever met. He will be sadly missed by all of the people's lives that he touched.RIP Jack and God Bless you!
 

 
Posted by: Nancy Close
Wed July 24, 2019

MIXED FRUIT BASKET was sent by Nancy Close.

Our sympathies to ALL, Nancy & Joe, and NJ and Associates Staff

 

 
Posted by: Kaye Perry
Mon August 12, 2019
I am so sorry to hear of Jack's passing. He was my dad's best friend in the Navy, they served on the USS Petrof Bay together. They had many good times together in the Navy and after for many years at the Petrof Bay reunion every year all over the US. I had the pleasure of getting to know Jack and Diane at the very last reunion in Rapid City, SD in 2010. They were both a joy and such fun to be with. I was fascinated with Dad and Jack's stories of their adventures together. My Dad, Jim Perry, passed away almost exactly a year before Jack, in June of 2018. Jack was a wonderful man, and always seemed so young for his age. I will always remember him. RIP, Jack. A life well lived.