Wayne “Jack” Honeywell

Wayne “Jack” Honeywell

Jack Honeywell passed away January 13, 2013 at the age of 86 from complications of pneumonia. He is survived by his loving wife Avilee, sister Betty Jo Bailey, six children including Stephen Honeywell (Cricket), Julie McNulty (Vance), John Honeywell (Juliet), Randi Turner (Bob), Gloria Terk (Dennis), Danna Duncan (Ed) and numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren. He served in the U.S. Navy during WW II on the USS Fanshaw Bay and the U.S. Marines in the Korean War. He owned several successful businesses in Watsonville, CA. and Jefferson, IA. He later worked in real estate with Avilee for Coldwell Banker in Sun City. He loved his guitar and enjoyed playing with The Monday Group in Sun City. His memorial service and celebration of life will be held January 17, 2013 at 11:30 a.m. in the Menke Funeral Home at 12420 N. 103rd Ave. Sun City, AZ. Burial will be at the National Memorial Cemetery of AZ in Phoenix, AZ.

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  1. Jerry & Carol Kenny says:

    Dear Avilee
    We are very disheartened to hear of Jack’s passing! He was considered a good friend. He was true gentleman and we appreciated his (and your) concern for us to get a place to live and keep our horses. It was also very enjoyable to visit with him and you. If we can be of any help to you at any time – please do not hesitate asking!
    Your friends,
    Jerry & Carol

  2. Roger and Elisabeth Kenny says:

    He was our neighbor when we first came to Sun City. There’s was no finer gentleman in the world than Jack. He was always in a good mood and was friendly. The world should have and needs more people like Jack. He will be missed and loved forever. Best wishes to the family of Jack-Avilee you are a great lady as well.
    Sincerely, Roger and Elisabeth Kenny

  3. Bill and Marie Irwin says:

    Dear Avilee,

    It was at least 11 years ago that we met you and Jack through square dancing and also we met three other couples that enjoyed square dancing. We all (10 people) started celebrating our birthdays together plus playing “last card”. Those times together were always so much fun and Jack always gave us a lot of good humor. Jack was a very kind person and we will miss haviing him in our little group. Avilee, you take good care of yourself and if we can help you in anyway don’t hestiate to call.

    Sincerely,

    Marie and Bill Irwin

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