Jack Otto Hochbaum

June 4, 1953November 11, 2021

John Jack Otto Hochbaum, age 68 passed away on Thursday, November 11, 2021. Jack was born June 4, 1953.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Hochbaum family.


  • The Heart & Stroke Foundation


  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, November 20, 2021


Jack Otto Hochbaum

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Elmer Woytiuk

November 26, 2021

It was a huge shock to learn that Jack was no longer with us. Jack was one of the kindest and "easy to get along with" people that I knew. I met him some years ago at archery competitions. I would see him from time to time when he needed a flemish string for one of his stick bows. His loss will be felt by many for a long time !
My sincerest condolences to his family !

Emily McTighe

November 21, 2021

Brenda, Terry and family
I have such fond memories of Jack. I am so sorry for your loss. I wish peace and comfort to both you and your loved ones as you go through this journey of mourning and healing. I am truly sorry for your loss. Please accept my sincerest condolences for the loss of your brother.
Emily (Dussault) McTighe

Kay (Campbell) Peters

November 20, 2021

I remember when Jack, Terry and Brenda used to come to Saskatoon to visit their Aunt Lucy, who lived next door to our family.
I remember him as a quiet, soft spoken, very kind person.
I am sure that your family will miss you very much.
My sincere condolences to all of your family.

Bob Mullett

November 20, 2021

Jack was the neighbour everyone should have. He made a point of stopping in. He never seemed to be in a rush. He always had time to chat. What he had to say was always worth a careful listen.
We will miss you, Jack.

Debbie Ostapiw

November 19, 2021

My sincere condolences to Terry and Brenda❤

Kim Moore

November 19, 2021

My deepest condolences to Gwen and family in the loss of Johm.

My prayers are with you also at this time.

Kim Moore

Margaret Leman

November 19, 2021

Cousin Jack was a farm boy through and through. We loved spending time with Jack, Terry and Brenda during summer vacation. The adventures we had and trouble we caused helped turn Aunt Norma’s hair grey I’m sure. Jack took great pride in his cattle. One year I took my daughter to the farm & he plunked her onto the back of an angus calf and took her for a walk-about. She has never forgotten that! He had a lot of patience with us city folks. He was loved by many, and will be missed by all.

Shelly Waite

November 19, 2021

The last time I saw my cousin Jack was last winter in the co-op gas Battleford Saskatchewan. He turned around and saw me. At that moment the convenience store didn't need lights as his smile and twinkling eyes and laughter lit up the entire store. We embraced each other and it was the biggest hug I have had in a long time. I will forever cherish that memory and your smile. You lived life to it's fullest may your way of life inspire others to live their lives to the fullest. Your smile, laugh and hug will remain in my heart forever and always.

Barbara Clipperton MCGRAW

November 18, 2021

My cousin Jack was a childhood friend. As a child I would spend a couple of weeks at the farm and Jack was always there to help with the eggs, milking etc. He loved the land and family. He will be missed.

Linton Kimber

November 17, 2021

I still remember Jack flying over a big drop skiing at Lake Louise. Can't believe he didn't get hurt.