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Jack O. Bramlett Sr.

November 14, 1944April 24, 2021
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There are not many men you can meet once or twice and feel you have been friends forever. Jack Bramlett left his footprint on many people and touched their lives in numerous ways. He was a man of wisdom, wittiness and compassion.

Jack was 76 when God wrapped his arms around him on April 24th 2021 and called him home. Born in Wabash, Indiana he moved to Florida in 1974, and established himself as an innovative force in the tropical fish industry. His favorite past times included; hunting, Tarpon fishing and sporting clays. He also enjoyed traveling and being involved in his community and church.

Jack was preceded in death by his first wife Pamela Bramlett and he is survived by his wife of 21 years Michele; his children Jack Jr., Kelly (Bill) Newton and Amy Rachel and his grandchildren, Ian (Alyssa) Kuhn, Lacey (Heather) Soldinger, Jack III aka Jake, William and Emily. His sister Patricia Bramlett and niece Joy (Kurt) Galatro. Along with numerous extended family, friends, and acquaintances, all who will miss him greatly.

Tuesday May 4nd 2021 Visitation with family from 3:30 pm to 7:00 pm. A short service at 4:30 pm. Stowers Funeral Home, Brandon, Florida

Saturday June 5th 2021 Celebration of Life followed by a lunch reception at 11:00 am Calvary Church 1250 E College Avenue, Ruskin, Florida

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Dan Bauer

May 3, 2021

I have lost my best friend and having a difficult time with it. Jack and I met many years ago traveling up the bay doing a little boat racing. Many years have gone by and Jack was like my brother. For many years we were the moonshiner and fat yankee. Seen one you would see the other. There’s no way to talk all the fishing trips we made together. Wish I could tell stories about them but to many to tell. For along time Linda and Pam thought we were inseparable. Then our good friend Pam passed away. Time went on and we fished and fished and Jack would go to hunting camp every fall. I never knew what to do when he went there. Hunting wasn’t for me. Then he started telling me about a new person in his life. Marriage came next to Michelle and our time became much less. We have stayed in touch having dinner whenever we could. It will be awhile before reality sets in. What I do know is we’ll fish again. Jack will save me a spot.

Tomi Cooke

May 2, 2021

We will miss you Jack and I know your families hearts are broken!I’ve known you for a long time and respected you as Friend! You always said to me Be true to yourself! Wise words!

Scott & Nancy Seymour

May 2, 2021

Jack was a special guy with a big heart. We shared lots of interests and we'll miss him dearly.

Donna Ayers

May 2, 2021

Jack was a great man and will truly be missed. I enjoyed working for him and the many talks we share. God took a good man that he needed more that we did. My love and prayers for all of the family & friends.

Ivan Hathaway

May 2, 2021

Jack, my old hunting buddy, memories of our
times in the woods are always with me. I miss
you. - Ivan

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