Jack D. Mannen

1937-2015

Jack Mannen obitJack D. Mannen, age 78 of Edmond, Oklahoma passed away on October 13, 2015.  Jack was born in Sayre, OK on April 2, 1937 to Bill & Etta Mannen.  He graduated from John Marshall High School (1955) and attended the University of Central Oklahoma as well as numerous Banking Schools.

Jack was married to Patricia (Horsley) for 31 years.  He was a lifelong resident of Oklahoma working in the banking Industry for over 50 years.

He was an avid 1932 Ford enthusiast, belonging to the Oklahoma City Street Rod Association and an active member of Waterloo Road Baptist Church.

He is survived by his wife Pat; son, Bill Mannen (Beth), daughters, Cindi Morgan and Karen (Robert) Scharbor.  Grandchildren, Sara Davis (Ryan) and Cierra Morgan; great grandaughter, Anna Davis and his aunt, Lucille Windham.

The family would like to thank Cancer specialist of Oklahoma, Dr. Gregory Parker and the Integris Hospice House Dr.’s and staff.  In Lieu of flowers please make donations to the Waterloo Road Baptist Church Bldg. Fund, 3100 E. Waterloo Road, Edmond, OK  73034.

Celebration of Jack’s life will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, October 20, 2015 at Waterloo Road Baptist Church.

Comments

  1. Jack and attended John Marshall High School together. He also attended Classen Blvd. Baptist Church with me. He will be sorely missed. I will be out of town on the funeral date. My sincere condolences to the family.

  2. Jack was a car guy period. he loved classic cars and studied them. His passion
    was his 1932 Ford , a labor of love he always said during the restoration period
    which lasted most of the last 48 years . Jack was also a proud member of the
    Oklahoma Street Rod Club since 2003. He was always willing to talk about the many projects club members would have helping us with the build process.
    Jack will always be remembered and missed

  3. He was such a blessing to his family and friends and will greatly be missed. To Pat and family, our thoughts and prayers are with you. To Jack, your battle is over and your crown I know you will wear well. Rest in peace my friend.

  4. Jack was a classmate of mine at John Marshall high school in Oklahoma city (then Britton, OK, in 1955, our graduation year). Jack attended our class’s 5-year reunions, the last one being in May of 2015 (our 60-year reunion). Jack was certainly well-liked by all of our classmates and we had great times at our reunions. I can speak for all of our classmates, I’m sure, when I say this gentle, wonderful friend will be sorely missed. God Bless, Jack. Rest in peace.

  5. As a classmate and friend, Jack will be missed. It was always so kind and sincerely loved our class, and reunions. Prayers for all his family. Love, Janice

  6. I was also a classmate of Jack’s at John Marshall high school many years ago. Jack was a friend to all of us, and We will miss him Very much.. Prayers to his family.

  7. John Mardhall High School class of 1955 reunions will not be the same without Jackie Mannen! He was liked by everyone of us, and took part in planning the reunions. My heart goes out to Pat and the rest of the family. May God’s comforting love surround you at this time. Prayers for you all. Sandee Troy

  8. I am so sorry to hear of Jack’s passing. We were friends for many years and I am so happy we got to visit at our reunion in May. Our thoughts and prayers to Pat and he rest of the family. Wish I could be there for the celebration of his life.

  9. Our sympathy is with you during this difficult time. Jack and I had many classes together during high school. May our Lord give you his comfort and love during this difficult time.

  10. Pat and family,

    We are so saddened to hear of Jack’s passing. He fought long and hard, and now he’s driving his treasured ’32 Ford on the highway to Heaven.

    May God give you comfort during this time of sorrow.

    With heartfelt condolences,

    John and Sue Shughrue

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