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Jack J. Creed
August 12, 1953 ~ November 10, 2023 (age 70) 70 Years Old
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Jack James Creed, age 70, passed away at home on November 10 2023 following a short illness. Born and raised in New Jersey he was a resident of the Bluffton community for more than 20 years. He was a lifelong member of the IBEW electrical workers union as an electrician and contractor active in commercial and industrial building projects throughout New Jersey for more than 30 years.
Jack was an avid sports fan who enjoyed football Sundays with family and friends and was faithful to his NY teams the Giants and Mets, and the NJ Devils. He had a passion for science fiction, particularly space exploration, as well as computer programming. He always had an eye on the future and was never afraid to take a chance in the world of business.
Jack particularly loved his time he spent at the Monroe Institute and spoke often of his trips there. He was a believer in the spiritual world and always said he was at peace with this part of his life because he knew what came next.
He is survived by his beloved son Gerard, daughter in law Angela, and his cherished grandson Lucas who was the main source of joy in the final years of his life. He is also survived by his brothers Daniel, David, and Charles and sister Cindy as well as his aunt Judy and uncle Ray.
Jack was a kind, caring man and loving father and grandfather. He was always there for a laugh or to talk sports or his favorite shows. He had a unique outlook on life brought on by his experiences. He was loved and will truly be missed greatly.