OBITUARY

Roland C. Jack

August 2, 1938April 28, 2013

Roland C. Jack BRADFORD--Roland C. Jack, 74, died April 28, 2013 at a Bangor hospital following a brief illness. He was born August 2, 1938 in Bradford a son of Arthur and Florence (Noke) Jack. He was a graduate of Bradford High School. Roland proudly served with the US Army during the Vietnam War. He was employed for nearly 30 years as a horse groomer and trainer in Maine, New York, and Florida.

He is survived by a brother Ronald Jack and his wife Jeanette of Bradford, sister Patricia Clark and her companion Henry Farrington of Alton. Special nieces and nephew Diane Walton, Heidi Milton, Katelyn Clay, Candace Milton and Duane Walton. He was predeceased by brothesr Howard and Donald Jack. A graveside service at Hillside Cemetery, Bradford will be conducted 1 PM Saturday at Hillside Cemetery, Bradford. Cremation arrangements by Birmingham Funeral Home Old Town www.birminghamfuneralhome.com

Services

  • Graveside Service Saturday, May 4, 2013
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Roland C. Jack

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lloyd mckay

May 4, 2013

Ron,sorry to hear about your brother. best wishes.
Barbara and Lloyd

Lenny LaFlamme

May 4, 2013

Ronnie and family,
We are sorry to hear of your lose, may your memories help you through this rough time.
Lenny and Tina LaFlamme
Franklinton, North Carolina

Beverly Blackwell

May 2, 2013

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Bev and Gareth

alphonse and alveine laliberte

May 2, 2013

Pat and Ron, Sorry to read about Roland passing. We always liked seeing him at Old town Housing.We will always remember him.

May 1, 2013

can't believe that Rolly is gone and so sorry for you people. an older friend Roberta & Dwinal.or Miss's Tom thumb

vaughn & marlene Coleman

May 1, 2013

Pat and Ron,
Sorry to tread of Roland passing. He was a classmate of mine. Thoughts with your family at this time.

Barby Smith

May 1, 2013

Sorry to read in the paper, that your brother passed, Ron. Thoughts are with you.

FROM THE FAMILY