John  Peachey's Memorial

John Peachey
(1934 - 2012)


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Name: Mr John Peachey
Nick Name: Jack
Gender: Male
Age: 78 years old
Lived: Saturday, 27 October 1934 - Saturday, 22 December 2012

My Story

Jack proudly served our Country in the US Marine Corp from 1954-1957, but even after leaving active duty he was always a Marine at heart “Semper Fi”. In 1958 his career began with ARA Services (ARAMARK) as a dedicated, respected, and successful Division Manager in Indiana, California, and Texas until his retirement due to poor health in 1994.


Jack “Papa” was a loving father, grandfather and great-grandfather and devoted husband. When he wasn't working, Jack enjoyed boating and fishing on Lake Michigan, Lake Texoma and the Pacific Ocean. He was also an ardent do-it-yourselfer around the house. He liked to do all this while listening to classic country music, especially Johnny Cash. He was an avid and devoted fan of Notre Dame football and basketball teams as well as NASCAR.


Anyone that knows Jack knew his love of anything peanut butter, milkshakes and chocolate chip cookie dough. He also enjoyed the presentation of food and frequently demonstrated the art of making Irish coffee at dinner parties with Brenda. Luckily he perfected this skill without catching the house on fire, despite some close calls.

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Spouse's Name: Brenda
City of Residence: Fairview, Texas
Marital Status: Married



Place of Passing: Plano, Texas
Date of Passing: 22 December 2012
Type of Funeral: Memorial Service
Funeral Location: Plano Bible Chapel, 1900 Shiloh Road, Plano, Texas
Funeral Date: 5 January 2013
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