In loving memory of our members who have ridden their last mile.
Gone, but not forgotten.
May 26, 1946 - February 7, 2018
Jack was the beloved husband of nearly 50 years to his wife Holly. He was the wonderful father of three daughters and grandfather of five. His passing at the age of 71 left his family stunned, as Jack was the patriarch that the family turned to for support and advice. He was a warm and caring friend who would do all he could to be supportive and kind, his kindness and empathy even touched those he had only just met.
He was drafted in 1965 and served two years in an active duty tour of Vietnam as a combat medic in the Army’s 1st of the 9th Cav. He was a true “Jack” of all trades. He could invent parts that didn’t exist to fix just about anything. He worked at NWS Earle for 28 years as a welder, maintenance mechanic, and locksmith, just to name a few, retiring in 2007.
Jack’s love of motorcycles started when he built his first trike when he was about 30 years old. He took parts from an old VW bug, various motorcycles and hand made a fiberglass body for it. He owned several bikes over the years, but his pride and joy in his later years was his Harley Davidson’s and what he felt HD meant to him as an American Veteran. If there is a highway up there, he’s riding it now.
💖 Ride on Jack 💖
June 14, 1949 to June 5, 2017
Frank had a zest for life and lived each day to the fullest, and without regret. His priority was having fun, and sharing fun times with his family and friends. He was well-loved by his fellow HOG members and was always willing to help anyone out.
Frank was a carpenter who believed in fine craftsmanship. His free time was spent as a member of the Jersey Shore H.O.G. and the Richmond County Corvette Club. Frank was very active, and also enjoyed boating, fishing, and skiing.