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In Jack's Words...

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Remembering Jack Wilson

Lastri Trimiharjo

Jack was more than a father to me. He was my mentor, teacher, boss, consultant and my best friend. I’m closer to Jack than to my own father. I know he always took care of me for as long as we knew each other. He always gave me support when I was down and believed in me when I did not believe in myself. He always encouraged me to do something beyond my ability. He’s the one who made me who I am today.
My mind is full of memories of the last two months I was with him.  Tears can’t stop coming from my eyes when I think of him. It’s heartbreaking and the biggest loss I ever had.

I’m glad God gave me the chance to be with him during his last days, and I will always be honored to have taken care of him during that time.

Lastri at beach with Jack's ashesJack, every morning I stand in front of your ashes and I promise I’ll continue what you started. Already, I do my best to keep your dream alive. I know you are always with me and will never leave me.