Jack Russell Mooney, Born November 21, 1928 in Edmonton Alberta passed on in peace, at Nanaimo Hospital on February 11, 2020 at the age of 91. Jack lived in Qualicum Beach and for many years lived in Parksville and Nanoose Bay.
Jack had a spark within him from birth and continued with a fire forward. He worked until realizing that meaningful education and experiences await, joining the Canadian Airforce 408 Squadron as a Communication Officer in the early 1950's. He then started taking night school at Carleton University in Ottawa for Public Service and years later started his journey in the Federal government, some included Agriculture and retiring from Indian Affairs in 1984. From Vancouver he moved to Vancouver Island to set up roots in Parksville. Jack was married three times over many years to Evette, Brenda and Violet. He enjoyed the natural beauty surrounding him, as well passions for travel, golf, art, reading, music, swimming, conversations, laughter, loved ones and friends. He always kept growing with new adventures and projects of different kinds.
Jack is predeceased by his Mother and Father(Margaret and Russell), Brother(Ron), Cousin(Jean), Stepdaughter(Alyson). Jack is survived by his Son(Patrick), Stepsons(Scott and Peter), Nieces(Sandra, Debbie, Kathy), and a great many good friends.
A memorial will take place this year at Yates Memorial in Parksville. Please email me Patrick(Son) at email@example.com so I may connect to let all know when the celebration of his life is.
Flowers are unnecessary, he had many charities, if interested.
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