Jack T. Stovall
June 20, 1945 – May 22, 2023
Born in Omaha, NE to George and Laura Stovall on June 20, 1945. Jack will be missed for his good humor, love of puns, enjoyment of gardening, and fishing. He especially loved the trout streams of the Black Hills. He was a loyal Husker fan since the age of 10. Jack was a loving son, husband, father and grandfather.
He was preceded in death by his parents; grandson, Matthew. He is survived by his wife, Kathy; children: Laura (Sudhir) Mohith, Aaron (Lisa) Stovall, Susan (Chad) Walsh; grandchildren: Nikhil and Keenan Mohith, Jack, McKenna, Chelsea Walsh.
VISITATION: Saturday, May 27, 2023, 10:00AM followed by FUNERAL SERVICE: 11:00AM, all at Faith Westwood UMCV, 4814 Oaks Lane, Omaha, NE. Memorials will be directed by the family.
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Jack was my friend for almost 60 years. It started as Theta Chi brothers at Omaha University in 1964 and continued through weddings, the birth of children, Halloween parties, poker games, relocations, camping trips 4th of July parties, and vacations. I will miss our fierce pitch games that went on for hours and hours. Jack always brought his “master plan” to beat me. I will miss our yearly trips to Arkansas and the search for the perfect steak dinner at Gaskin’s Cabin. Rest in peace, dear friend. You will be missed.
With our sincere condolences.
I am so sorry your loss! He will be missed!!
So sorry for your loss!!!
He inspired when we worked together.
It’s been decades but good memories
I really never got to meet you but our son Rob was best friends with your daughter Laura. He loved. your 4th of July get togethers . We just buried my husband and Rob’s Dad yesterday so I hope the two of you are having a good time up there. You will both be missed by so many. God Bless your family.
A dear soul, Jack Stovall, has left us after a very hard fight against a merciless enemy.
May he now rest in everlasting peace in the arms of the Almighty, having shown to his dearest the precious things of Life, and left us all with memories to cherish.