Happy Father’s Day in heaven
This is your biological daughter, I really miss you & all the fun times we had in two short years to make memories. I will never forget how happy you were when I showed up at your house, and you could believe how much we looked alike & the things we had in common. You would always call me once a day…sometimes more…lol. I will miss those calls, and talking about cars & Jeeps, and of course your Harley. The first time we ever went mudding together & hanging out at the river, you got the truck stuck. So I called my son to pull us out, and that was the first time you met your blood grandson. You also couldn’t get over how much y’all favored & you would always brag about him being a cop & firefighter. You also couldn’t believe you had two beautiful great grandchildren. I will always remember our first beer together, and eating Turonis pizza on the weekends, and will miss our times at the car shows. You said you loved Christmas since you had me in your life, and enjoyed your gifts.
I will say, you were stubborn, and I realized then that is where I got it from…lol. Rest easy Jackie Wayne 💔 Until I see you again, Love your daughter
The day you won your first trophy with the new Hotrod
A fun day! He was so happy!!
He took me to meet some of his friends.
I am so sorry for the loss of your father, Jack and I were best of friends when we were young boy’s.Still
lots of fond memories
Thank you so much
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Jack Wayne Peerman, 71, of Evansville passed away on Tuesday January 18, 2022. He was born March 29, 1950, in Evansville to the late John and Loretta (Mangold) Peerman.
Jack is a veteran, he served as a Marine from 1968–71 during the Vietnam War. He enjoyed classic cars and entered them in local car shows.
He was proceeded in death by his parents; two brothers John Peerman and Ronald Peerman; and sister Loretta Lawrence.
Jack is survived by two daughters; Jenni McFarland (Danny), Christy Ficklin (Jeff), and six grandchildren; Justin, Jacob, Tyler, Brooke, Lauren and Megan.
Services are private. He will be laid to rest at Sunset Memorial in June 2022.
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