Jack Raymond Sicard
October 18, 1931 – May 12, 2020
Jack Raymond Sicard, 88, of Roswell, died May 12, 2020. Mr. Sicard proudly served in the United States Marine Corps during the Korean War. After the Korean War, Jack was decorated with the National Defense Service Medal, Korean Service Medal with two stars and United Nations Service Medal. He was an avid LSU fan! He retired as a Vice President of the Federal Reserve Bank in Atlanta, GA. He was a devout Catholic and loved Jesus. Jack was preceded in death by his son, Rene Sicard, and brothers, Joel Sicard and Kenneth Sicard. He is survived by his wife, Barbara Sicard; daughter, Cheryl Sykes; grandchildren, Benjamin Sicard, Jenna Sicard, Dustin Newsome; and brothers, C.J. Bob Sicard, Edward Sicard (Amy). Flowers can be sent to H.M. Patterson and Son, Arlington Chapel, 173 Allen Rd., NE, Sandy Springs, GA 30328. Private interment service will be on May 20th at Arlington Memorial Park.
- He is survived by his wife, Barbara Sicard; daughter, Cheryl Sykes; grandchildren, Benjamin Sicard, Jenna Sicard, Dustin Newsome; and brothers, C.J. Bob Sicard, Edward Sicard (Amy).
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Jack Raymond Sicard
May 20, 2020
Aunt Barbara and Grandchildren, please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. We will not forget how wonderful you and Uncle Jack were to our family when we most needed you.
May 20, 2020
Our condolences to Aunt Barbara and family. Uncle Jack and Aunt Barbara have always brought smiles and happiness into the room when the Sicards visited. Nothing but good memories with Uncle Jack. Our prayers go out to everyone during this time of bereavement.
Patrick, Sharon, and Amanda Sicard
May 17, 2020
Uncle Jack came into my life on July 5, 1952. He was with my mom (Charlotte) and dad (Joel) when mom's water broke and I was on my way into the world. During my early years he was a force in my life. I still have the letter he wrote to me on my first birthday. In my youth he was my favorite uncle (sorry to all my other uncles on the Sicard and Peyton sides). When we lived in Augusta, Georgia, we definitely enjoyed traveling to Atlanta to visit him and Aunt Barbara. Then, life moved on, I traveled to Indiana and our meetings in person or on the phone were few. But he was always there for me when I needed encouragement.
Aunt Barbara and family, the Indiana Sicards thoughts and prayers are with you in this time. I do know and feel that he is up in heaven with God, laughing and smiling.
I do apologize for not making the services but, with the health challenges we have around us, I will remain in Indiana. Do know that I am thinking of you as I spend time relishing the time I spent with Uncle Jack. He was a man whom I truly admired and loved.
May 16, 2020
So sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Uncle Jack was a kind and wonderful man, who loved his family dearly. He will remain in the hearts of all those who had the opportunity to meet him, and spend time with him.
God bless you,
May 15, 2020
My grandpa was my hero. He is still with us in spirit. Rest In Peace Papa Jack. ❤️