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Jack L. Jamison

Brookfield, Missouri

June 9, 1940 - May 12, 2024

Jack L. Jamison Obituary

Jack L. Jamison, age 83, of Brookfield, died Sunday, May 12, 2024.

Jack, son of Chester L. Jamison and Opal B. (O’Dell) Williams was born June 9, 1940 in Brookfield, MO.  On March 9, 1960 he married Patricia Wilson of Bucklin.

Jack joined the Kansas City Local 101 I.O.U.E. in 1964.  He worked many years as a crane operator for Ted Wilkerson, Inc. before transferring to Building Erection Services Co. as the crane rental manager.

Jack retired in 2002.  He enjoyed hunting, fishing and motorcycles, even dabbled in shade tree mechanics.  Jack and Patsy loved to travel with many of their adventures taking them to Canada, Europe and Mexico.  Jack was a devoted father and especially proud of his grandchildren.

Surviving family includes daughter, Teresa Jamison Iacovone and husband Ike of Presidential Lakes, New Jersey; son, Lloyd Jamison and wife Jackie of Chillicothe; five grandchildren, Patricia Everett, Matthew DeWitt, Jack Jamison, Lloyd Jamison and Tiffany Maples; ten great-grandchildren; sister, Coleen Williams; brother, Larry Cook; and several nieces and nephews.

Per Jacks wishes, there will be no service.

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Jack L. Jamison hosted by Wright Funeral Home.

Jack L. Jamison, age 83, of Brookfield, died Sunday, May 12, 2024.

Jack, son of Chester L. Jamison and Opal B. (O’Dell) Williams was born June 9, 1940 in Brookfield, MO.  On March 9, 1960 he married Patricia Wilson of Bucklin.

Jack joined the Kansas City Local 101 I.O.U.E. in 1964.  He worked many years as a crane operator for Ted Wilkerson, Inc. before transferring to Building Erection Services Co. as the crane rental manager.

Jack retired in 2002.  He enjoyed hunting, fishing and motorcycles, even dabbled in shade tree mechanics.  Jack and Patsy loved to travel with many of their adventures taking them to Canada, Europe and Mexico.  Jack was a devoted father and especially proud of his grandchildren.

Surviving family includes daughter, Teresa Jamison Iacovone and husband Ike of Presidential Lakes, New Jersey; son, Lloyd Jamison and wife Jackie of Chillicothe; five grandchildren, Patricia Everett, Matthew DeWitt, Jack Jamison, Lloyd Jamison and Tiffany Maples; ten great-grandchildren; sister, Coleen Williams; brother, Larry Cook; and several nieces and nephews.

Per Jacks wishes, there will be no service.

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Jack L. Jamison hosted by Wright Funeral Home.

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