Jack E. Carns's Condolences


I had the privilege of being A student of Mr. Carnes twice! Fourth and sixth grade at 3rd ward. Kind and thoughtful educator. Rest easy Mr. Carnes
— Former student     jcottillion@yahoo.com

I am truly sorry for yor loss
— Bob Horovitz     rhorovitz@mail.com

We are holding you in our thoughts & prayers Sue & Christine & Casey. Jack was one of a kind! Just an absolutely super human being, those of us that were able to walk this earth with him have been blessed. One that will always be remembered without a doubt!
— Angela & Robb Shipman     Angerobb@atlanticbb.net

Sue and Christine, It is of Great Sorrow, you have lost a Great Husband and Father. We enjoyed knowing him and working with him throught the years. We will miss him he was a Great Friend and co-worker. Prayers for All.
— Dick and Linda Tyger     lindatyger@yahoo.com

Plenty of memories serving with Jack on Big 30. He was one of the guys who I could count on for guidance while serving as President for the last six years. Our condolences to you and your family. Jack will always be in out hearts.
— PAtti and Frank Arlington     bud5860@gmail.com

Christine & Mrs. Carns, I am so sorry to hear of your dad & husband passing away. I''m always here if you guys ever need anything. R.I.P. Mr. Carns & Kevin. I love & miss you both.
— Elizabeth Edgar     Ledgar228@gmail.com

Such a sad loss for so many. Deepest condolences to his family. What a good man.
— Christie Morgan     helenmorgan5949@gmail.com

My Deepest Sympathy to the Carns Family. Jack was a Great Man who touched many lives! He will be missed by all who were privileged to know him. Sincerely, Nancy Fire
— Nancy Fire     amylynn2727@yahoo.com

All of my heart bleeds for the carns family, some of the fondest memories were working with Jack at the city parks department while on summer leave from school for him and college for us kids. He was a blast to work with. I remember one time him and Bruce went fishing and got stuck after work they had a long night as they were both tired when we came in to work. The jokes and stories told in the garage at Callahan park. Then I would always see him at the Townships meeting as he was coming officer and he would call me by name 29 years later. Us kids who worked at Callahan, loved paint day be both of the bosses Bruce and Jack would be occupied all day and could just goof off all of that day as they were painting. Many good memories of Jack our community lost a great guy. Rest in peace Mr. Carns
— Kerry Roslinski     kerry@pipeeyesewer.com

Sue and Christine, we are all so sadden by Jack''s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. He always made people smile. Sue and Ron Bradley
— Sue and Ron Bradley     yeldarb.rs@gmail.com

Sue and Christine, I am so sorry to hear of Jack''s passing. Your stories about him always made me smile, he sounded like he was a real character! Many thoughts and prayers coming your way from Kersey. My heart aches for you both. Love and friendship always,
— Crystal Gornati     howiev@windstream.net

I’m so sorry to hear of Jack’s passing. He was such a great neighbor, always so funny, kind and helpful. He was always there to dig us out of the snow. My thoughts and prayers are with you and Christine during this difficult time. May you find peace in all the great memories you have of Jack.
— Tracey Edel Flach     Flach@cox.net

Susie, I was sorry to learn of Jack''s passing. I wanted you to know that I am thinking of you and your family.
— David Dresser     dresser8@yahoo.com

Sue...I’m SO very sorry to hear about Jack’s passing. He was one of my absolute favorite guys on the Big 30 Committee. When I was stressed and worried about fielding the teams, he always had something funny or insightful to say to put me at ease. I guess it was because he had been through it so many times but it was so helpful. You’re both amazing people. He will definitely be missed.
— Shawn Llewellyn     rockllew@yahoo.com

Sue, I know I speak for my dad and mom when I say he was a great man! They adored both of you! I will always remember the both of you taking me to the McKean County Fair! It wasn’t the same coming home to visit if you and he were not sitting on your beautiful front porch! You are in my thoughts. Deepest sympathy, Cheri and Mike English
— Cheri Stanford English     Cheri_english@att.net

Thoughts and prayers and memories.
— Jean Ross     ejaross@verizon.net

Sue was very sorry to see Jack has passed. He was a great man. Keep your fun and loving memories close so he will always will be with you. God bless. Barb Burgess
— Barb Burgess     Bdbpa63@yahoo.com

Sue, I''m very sorry to hear of Jack''s passing. He was such a nice man. My prayers are with you and your family.
— Suzanne Dittman     dittman@pitt.edu

Sue, I know I speak for my dad and mom when I say he was a great man! They adored both of you! I will always remember the both of you taking me to the McKean County Fair! It wasn’t the same coming home to visit if you and he were not sitting on your beautiful front porch! You are in my thoughts. Deepest sympathy, Cheri and Mike English
— Cheri Stanford English     Cheri_english@att.net

So sorry to hear of Jack''s passing. He was a good man and a good friend. God Bless.
— Carl Milks     cmilks1@juno.com

Dear Sue I am so sorry to learn of Jacks passing. I am so glad I gave him the fireman / dalmatian figurines of my dads, I know he enjoyed them. You were able to make your trip and enjoyed every minute of it. You were blessed to be able to have that time together. I am here if you need anything. Fondly Judy Keenan
— JUDY KEENAN     jknewbe9@gmail.com

Sorry to hear of Jack''s passing.
— Kay Hurley     khurley7@atlanticbb.net

Dear Mr. Carns, I’ve never forgotten how you built my confidence in chess. Never underestimate a teacher’s everlasting impact on a child. Thank you, Your Pupil - 1982-1983
— Celeste Vigliotti     celvigant@gmail.com