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James Jackson 'Jack' Loveall

Sunday, October 28, 2012

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James Jackson "Jack" Loveall, 88, Rockville, Ind., died Thursday, Oct. 18, 2012, at Cobblestone Crossings.

He was born Jan. 4, 1924, in Carbon, Ind., to Joseph Oscar Loveall and Myrtle Pinkstaff Loveall.

He was married to Jacquelyn Kerr Loveall for 66 years.

Jack was a retired machinist, superintendent of a brick factory and also a self-employed carpenter.

He and his wife owned Two Jacks Antiques for 30 years in Rockville.

Survivors include son G. Michael Loveall and his wife Laurie, Terre Haute, daughter Sally L. Newell and her husband Larry, Tolono, Ill., sister-in-law Susie Tucker and her husband Jack, Brazil, grandchildren Stacia C. Center and her husband David, St. Louis, Mo., Joshua M. Loveall and his wife Alice, Port Charlotte, Fla., Cole M. Loveall and his wife Alyssa, Santa Monica, Calif., Jill N. Loveall, Bourdeau, France, Chase M. Loveall, Denver, Col., Shaun A. Newell and his wife Cindy, Forreston, Ill., and Shane Jackson Newell, Tolono, Ill., great-grandchildren Campbell Center, St. Louis, Mo., Dane Center, St. Louis, Mo., Jackson M. Loveall, Port Charlotte, Fla., Shayla E. Newell, Forreston, Ill., Ashlee M. Newell, Forreston, Ill., McKenzie R. Newell, Tolono, Ill., and Cole J. Newell, Tolono, Ill., nieces Jacque Garcia, Splendora, Texas, and Gloria Jean Mazer and her husband Leroy, Streetsfore, Ohio, and nephew Johnson Hudson, Hebron, Ind.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Jacquelyn Kerr Loveall, his parents, and sister Martha Mildred Tinta.

Jack was an avid outdoorsman. He was a Boy Scout Leader and Order of the Arrow.

Jack was a World War II Veteran, 11th Airborne, Army Company C, 188th Parachute Infantry.

He received the Asiatic-Pacific Theater Ribbon with three Bronze Stars and Bronze Arrowhead, American Theater Ribbon, Philippine Liberation Ribbon with one bronze star, Good Conduct Ribbon, Purple Heart with one Oak Leaf Cluster, and the World War II Victory Medal.

There are no services or visitation at his request.

Arrangements are under the direction of Callahan and Hughes Funeral Home, 605 S. 25th St., Terre Haute.