Jack and I played tennis weekly for a couple of years. I always liked Jack. He was a good, intelligent, unpretentious guy. We coached youth basketball at the same time and he passed on lots of great tips (his teams always were winning championships).
I haven’t seen Jack in many years. I remember when he worked behind the counter making those wonderful pastrami sandwiches at his parents Jewish Delicatessen and restaurant in Atlantic City in the 1960’s. Many years later we ended up going to the1984 Olympic basketball game together and we both marveled at how great Michael Jordon was.
Jack was a kind, sweet and erudite man. I enjoyed my time with Jack and the laughter we shared. He was a very very nice man. I wish the best for his family.