Pascal  Eflin

Pascal Eflin

January 30, 1930 - February 10, 2020

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Gary Clark
Feb 18, 2020
Jack was a neighbor and friend who traded jigsaw puzzles with my wife Carol Ann until her death last year. He was impressive, yet understated, a gentleman in every way. He will be missed in our community.
David Maine
Feb 15, 2020
When Jack retired I had the pleasure of following him in his job. Jack was a great friend and mentor and as others have said, a true gentleman. I am sorry we are out of state and will miss the celebration of life for Jack, but know that Barb and I will be there in spirit. our deepest sympathy to you,Boots, and the girls and families.Dave Maine.
Joyce Roudebush
Feb 13, 2020
Jack was an absolute gentleman who cared for Boots and the girls as his priority. Great guy.
Bob Hittle
Feb 13, 2020
Boots, Jenny, Julie and family, Jack was the epitome of a true gentleman! Always so gracious and kind!!

When the two of you would play bridge with Mom and Dad, both of you were so nice to all of us little Hittleā€™s!

Rest assured, your dad is back to playing trumpet with Dad and Ted King in heaven and then playing bridge with them afterwards!

God rest his soul!


Bob Hittle
Tom Roberts
Feb 13, 2020
Prayers the family. Jack is probably playing bridge in Heaven now with my Mom!
We let Dad know.
Marilyn Baxter
Feb 12, 2020
So sorry for your loss
Mary Jo Parker
Feb 12, 2020
There are so many memories that Sam and I shared with Jack and Boots. One special time was when the four of us and several of our friends when on a trip to Hawaii together, celebrating several 25 year anniversaries. We had many happy times playing bridge and visiting. I am thinking about Boots tonight and am so sorry to hear this sad news. Jack was such a fine man.
Jack keesling
Feb 12, 2020
Boots and family-We have lost a good man! Jack was well known, well liked and very accomplished! I, personally, will miss him greatly.
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