Jack Loveall was a man who charted a course of which countless souls have benefitted.
He was a natural mentor and fierce champion for working people.
He believed deeply in the power of Solidarity.
He was enormously proud of what he had built as a father and a labor leader.
He loved life more than anyone I have ever witnessed.
He mastered his life.
He gave and created so much for so many to be grateful.
He lived a profound life worth celebrating.
I will strive to keep his memory and legacy alive by continuing to use his lessons and beliefs as my guideposts.
He was always my north star.
We can celebrate his life by continuing to build a better family, a better community and a better world by loving one another, by being kind to one another, by taking special care of those we find ourselves privileged and able to serve.
When you are sure you need to stand steadfast in the courage of your convictions you’ll honor him.
As Jack courageously fought his battle with cancer, I often said no one gets out alive, but if anyone could figure it out, Jack would.
It turns out he did.
Jack Loveall is alive today as he ever was.
His spirit and light are in all of who knew and loved him.
Together we are a righteous and powerful force for good.
Always remember that.
Jack sure did.
Jacques Loveall, President
UFCW 8-Golden State