JACK P ALHADEFF
November 26, 1931 – September 4, 2020
Anaheim, CA – Jack Peter Alhadeff of Anaheim, California died peacefully in his sleep on the early morning of September 4th 2020.
Jack was born on November 26, 1931 in Los Angeles to Peter and Sara Alhadeff. Jack graduated from Manual Arts High School and Woodbury College in Los Angeles. He married his college sweetheart Sonia Louis Lambert and settled in Anaheim, CA. Jack spent his life in sales, mostly in Insurance and Financial Planning. He was a diehard USC, Dodger and Ram fan. He enjoyed volunteering and coaching youth Baseball and Basketball. He loved to travel visiting Europe, Israel, his ancestral Island of Rhodes, Hawaii, Washington DC and many cities of the Western United States. Aside from the births of his children, grand and great-grandchildren his biggest source of pride was being selected to assist in the raising of the American flag at the Normandy Cemetery in France on the 50th anniversary of the D-Day invasion. During this trip he was able for the first time to visit the grave of his brother David who died in the assault. He loved attending ballgames, Jazz Festivals and family events.
Jack was laid to rest on September 6, 2020 in a private family ceremony led by Rabbi Jay Levy at Pacific View Memorial Park in Corona del Mar with his beloved wife Soni.
Jack is survived by his children and their spouses Robyn and Everett, David and Angie, Tobi and John; as well as his grandchildren and great-grandchildren Chip, Nicole, Allyson and spouse Corey, Andrew, Cheyenna and spouse Ron, Alexis; and great-grandchildren Jason, Caden, Makai and Jordyn.