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Sorry to have missed the funeral last year. Only have learned of his passing just today with the passing of Goldie. I learned a lot from his knowledge of the life insurance business.


Posted by: James Surratt - Iowa City, IA - coworker   Dec 05, 2017

To the Royston Family,
My deepest sympathy to al of you. I grew up less then two blocks from you. My parents were good friends with Jack & Goldie. God bless you all.

Gail (Vineyard) O'Rear


Posted by: Gail (Vineyard) O'Reaqr - North Liberty, IA - Friend   Mar 31, 2016

I remember my Uncle Jack and Aunt Goldie playing Monopoly with my parents at 709 6th Avenue in Coralville, all of the laughter and closeness of a family game at a kitchen table, one of many happy family memories. This was in the late 1950s. Later in life, when I was a student at the University of Iowa, he and Goldie invited me over for a dinner; Jack took a real interest in what I was studying, and what I

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Posted by: Rebecca (Cochran) Umland - Kearney, NE - Family   Mar 31, 2016

My father, Paul Ipsen, worked with Jack in the late 60's while in the Insurance Business. He spoke so highly of Jack and his respect for his integrity as a person. What is more to say about this man's life that made his mark in the world by the way he loved and was loved in return, a true Christian.

Deepest Sympathies,
Madonna (Ipsen) Henn


Posted by: Madonna Henn - Ocean Isle Beach, NC - Acquaintance   Mar 31, 2016

My condolences to Jack's family.


Posted by: James Surratt - Iowa City - Coworker   Mar 19, 2016

My sincerest sympathies go out to all of my family in Iowa. I have so many wonderful memories of visiting and going out to dinner with Uncle Jack and Aunt Goldie when they would come to stay in New Port Richey, FL for some warm weather and lots of golf! I also remember how I had to look up to the sky to see him because to me he was one of the tallest men in the world just like

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Posted by: Amy Royston Danusis - Newmarket, NH - Family   Mar 16, 2016

Dear Aunt Goldie and family my heart breaks to hear about the loss of Uncle Jack. I will always and forever hold a special place in my heart and deep in my soul. He was a great Uncle one which can never be replaced. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your beautiful family. I know someday I will see him again. I love you Uncle Jack sending you hugs and kisses to heaven xoxo


Posted by: Melody Royston - Seminole, FL - Family   Mar 16, 2016

You will be missed by so many. You always went above and beyond to make everyone feel special and loved and were an incredible, wonderful person. Sending prayers and thoughts to the family during this difficult time. I know your great grand children have learned a lot from you and will always remember you with love in their hearts.
Love,
Christy Johnston


Posted by: Christy Johnston - Des Moines, IA   Mar 16, 2016

Jack was one of the finest people I ever met. I had the privilege of not only working with him but also considering him as a friend and a mentor. He truly made me a better man and I thank him for all he did for me.

May he rest in peace and may his family find solace in his dedication to them and the love he showed them.

Mike Saresky


Posted by: Mike Saresky - Olathe, KS - Friend   Mar 16, 2016

Kelly sorry for your loss. You will be in my prayers. Keep all the good memories in your heart forever. God Bless


Posted by: Dan Hayslett - Iowa City, IA - Friend   Mar 15, 2016