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John "Jack" Giesler

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Sorry to hear about the loss of such a young Giesler. My prayers are with you. Jack Giesler Marietta, GA
From: Luther "Jack" Giesler    05/25/2011 09:49 AM

Racing will never be the same without you Jack. Just remembering all the crazy times we had in Indy. That last beer Jim and I had with you and Andy at the cabin will always be treasured. Love you Jack.
From: Paula    05/25/2011 09:49 AM

Gerry, My heartfelt condolences for the loss of your son, Jack. I never knew him, but Bill and I were always good friends. And I just lost Shirley, so I know what you are going through. Leroy
From: Leroy Heldman    05/25/2011 09:49 AM

Our deepest sympathies to Jack's family--we will miss his sitting with us at the Indy 500, but maybe he will still be watching. Most sincerely, Beth Miller Decherd, TN PS A memorial has been sent to St. Joseph's.
From: Bill and Beth Miller    05/25/2011 09:49 AM

There will forever be an empty hole within our race fan family. Big Jack's sense of humor and big belly laugh has been a part of our race weekends for years. Jack was an institution at our house and someone we looked forward to catching up with season after season. We extend our sincere condolences to Andy and the rest of Jack's family. He was a true gentle giant. Love, Greg, Beth and family
From: Greg Lowery    05/25/2011 09:49 AM

My sincerest condolences to the Giesler family. I knew Jack for over 30 years. He was a good friend and co-worker.
From: Tom Roach    05/25/2011 09:49 AM

My thoughts and prayers go out to the family at this difficult time. Jack was a very special person and I will miss his always smiling face.
From: Beth Bingle    05/25/2011 09:49 AM

I know how shocked you all must be just as we are also shocked. We will truly miss seeing him out at the river. We would always stop, talk a little, and have a refreshment with him. On Sundays mornings we would hear the boat coming and knew he was taking his Dad for a boat ride. Then when Bill passed on, it would be Jack by himself Sunday mornings but we are sure his Dad was still riding with him in spirit. Now they are both boating and fishing together. It will not be the same at the river. Please accept our sympathy for your loss. From, Brad & Sandy Tyler
From: Brad and Sandy Tyler    05/25/2011 09:49 AM

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