McEwen Funeral Service-Derita Chapel

6300 Mallard Creek Road, Charlotte, NC


Jackie "Jack" Wilde Catt

January 16, 1959January 14, 2020

Jackie “Jack” Wilde Catt, 60, passed away suddenly at home, Tuesday, January 14, 2020.

Born in Key West, FL on January 16, 1959, he was the son of the late Jack Lee Catt and Alma Jean Rummans Catt.

Jack was a graduate of Lincoln High School in Lincoln, NE, served in the Air Force and spent much of career in sales.

Survivors include his wife, Jenelia “Jeanie” Gilbert Catt; 2 siblings, Paula Catt and Ron Catt; a nephew, Doug Catt and niece, Jackie Catt; an aunt, Laura Rummans Kirkpatrick and numerous cousins.

A celebration of life is being planned for a later date.

In lieu of flowers, donations are encouraged to the Heart Association, the American Cancer Society or any Veterans Services Charity.

Online condolences may be made at www.mcewenderitachapel.com.


Jackie "Jack" Wilde Catt

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Kenneth Miller

January 26, 2020

Just wanted to express my sorrow and condolences for Jeanie's loss. My prayers are with her and her family.

Alicia Foster

January 20, 2020

My deepest condolences to the family of Jack Catt. He and I were the leads in How to Succeed at Business Without Really Trying. He was handsome and clever and funny and very popular. I had such a crush on him during the show! To read that he has passed away is so sad for me, but my heart goes out to his family. May you find peace and comfort through Christ.

Sandy Maney

January 19, 2020

You will truely be missed buddy.Was so sorry to hear this news.We were neighbors in Charlotte and friends for years. Have many great memories of time spent watching football games and cheering for Nebraska, even though we were all from different states.RIP Jack-you will be missed. Condolences to Jeanne and the family.

Rudy Wells

January 19, 2020

My sincere condolences to the family. I served in the US Air Force with Jack and considered him a dear friend. We shared quite a few laughs together as young men far from home and I had thought of him through the years. He will be missed.

Bill Vest

January 19, 2020

I am very thankful for having you as my friend. Your awesome sense of humor and your quick wit will always be remembered. Rest In Peace buddy. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Michael Scanlon

January 18, 2020

My sincere Apologies to Jackie's family and friends for your loss. I knew Jackie well at Lincoln High. We were in the musical "How to Succeed In Business Without Really Trying." He was a wonderful person. God Bless

Attached is a picture of Jackie and me of the Musical

William Sanders

January 18, 2020

Sorry for your loss and will keep your family in my prayers.

Billy Sanders

Sherri Dahlgren (Markwardt)

January 17, 2020

Sorry to hear of your loss he was a great guy and will be missed by all. We had many good times in my backyard and the old hood. Rip my friend

Johnny Arenas

January 17, 2020

I was Blessed to have a life long friendship with Jack. Lots of great times and will always have fond memories. Like everyone who has known Jack I say he was all class! My prayers to his loved ones...


Millie Kuwamoto-Goninan

January 17, 2020

Losing Jackie is a loss to many from our childhood sheninangins of the 29th street gang in Lincoln to our times when I lived in North Carolina to include the wonderful memories last September with our friends @ the Nebraska football game. Means so much towards memories we got to spend time together again in between the 50 years of friendship. My sincere thoughts and prayers to those family and friends on losing such a decent human being, husband, sibling and friend. R.I.P as we'll never forget your service to our country and all who knew him.

Millie Kuwamoto-Goninan