Jack W. Pace
Jack Warren Pace, 74. passed away peacefully in his home on August 5th, 2017 after a short battle with cancer.
He was born January 9th, 1943 in Bellingham, WA to John and Lotty Pace.
Jack served in the Army from 1961-1987. He was stationed in Germany and Korea, and served in the Vietnam War. He retired as a W-4 Chief Warrant officer. He learned many things from his time in the service and he carried them with him through life.
He married his wife, Timi on May 24, 1991. They shared a deep love and were a true testament to marriage. They raised two girls together. He was a wonderful father and husband. He gave them so much love and laughter. He cherished each and every one of his grandchildren. He went to breakfast every Saturday with his oldest and dearest friend , his brother Paul. Jack worked for the Powers' family for the last 28 years. He loved his job and everyone that worked there. He faithfully served at NW Baptist church for 23 years in the youth group and was an Awana commander for 10 years. He belonged to the Elks club in Bellingham. He enjoyed working in his yard, Vintage Cars and trucks, his cats and spending time with his family.
There are no words to describe what a magnificent man he was, He was such a force in this life and inspired so many by his love and service for the Lord. He is greatly missed.
Jack is survived by his loving wife, Timi Pace; daughters Jaime Scott (Cory)and Jennifer Hillman (Aaron); Son, Paul Pace; Cecilia Scott, mother-in law, and brother and sisters-in-law Rick and Cindi Martin John and Dawn Livers, Bob and Kelli Koch, Kennetha Scott , Donald Scott , Ed and Jennie Scott, and best friends Anndi and Chuy Pena; his beautiful Grandchildren; Brothers Paul Pace (Berta) and John Pace (Shirley); his many nieces and nephews; and his kitty Sadie Sue. He is preceded in death by his parents, John and Lotty Pace; his daughter, Jackie Hefner and his precious kitties Kona and Tobey.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to be the Bellingham cancer center.
We will be celebrating Jack's life at NW Baptist church at 2:00 pm on Saturday, August 12th.