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“My family and I were able to visit Jack and Karen at their home in California in May, 2011. Jack had been unable to swallow for some time at that...Read More »
1 of 7 | Posted by: Roger Johnson - Searcy, AR

“My first memory of Jack was at Grove School. I think it was Mrs. Caldwell's first grade class. For recess or lunch, we walked out of the classroom...Read More »
2 of 7 | Posted by: Cheryl Hallez - Lake Zurich, IL

“A sweet soul at rest. Bless you, Jack Peace to Karen and all his family.Nancy VanBrundt ”
3 of 7 | Posted by: Nancy VanBrundt - Evanston, IL

“God speed to a wonderful man and great spirit ”
4 of 7 | Posted by: Susan Krupnick - Palm desert, CA

“Jack was a very dear friend with whom we shared many memories including camping trips with the Scouts and the survival ordeal for our initiation into...Read More »
5 of 7 | Posted by: Bill Arndt - Northbook, IL

“I am so sorry for the loss of Jack. I will cherish my childhood memories of growing up with him. Prayers to Karen and all the family. ”
6 of 7 | Posted by: Jamie Palmer - Sturgeon Bay, WI

“Joan & I have made a donation to the Epidermoid Brain Tumor Society in Jack's memory. Again, our sincerest condolences. ”
7 of 7 | Posted by: Rich & Joan Niemi

Jack E Eadon was born July 6,1949, in Hammond, IN. Jack grew up in Morton Grove, IL. He was a Eagle Scout. He received his BS degree from the University of Illinois-Chicago and his MBA from the University of Chicago. Jack was a renaissance man. He was in the rock band KhazadDoom from 1963-1973. He was a marketing executive with Quaker Oats. In 1983, he became a commercial photographer and opened Jack Eadon Photographic in Tustin, CA in 1985. In 1995, he became a writer, publishing 8 books through Eloquence Press, his publishing company. In 2014 Jack became an artist. His designs could be printed on clothing through his Gel Art Shoppe and his work is available for sale through Fine Art America. Through all this, Jack had 5 brain surgeries for a tumor wrapped around his brain stem. The surgeries took their toll on Jack physically, leaving him unable to swallow and with difficulty walking and talking. But he never gave up hope that he would be able to swallow again. Jack believed in living life in color—no matter what life dealt you, you should forge ahead and live your best life possible. Jack was loved by many and touched the lives of everyone he met. He is survived by his wife Karen and his brothers Scott (Bernadette), Craig (Cindy) and Tom (Constance). He will be missed.