Met this wonderful man and his wife whilst on holiday in St Lucia (Monarch air crew). Both were down to earth people . We have lovely memories of the laughter and the Piton Snows at Happy Hour which was followed by a competition to climb a coconut tree! RIP Jack you were a one off. Pat our thoughts are with you Debbie and Peter.
Love Robbie and Tina.
Graham (Robbie) Roberts:
11/07/2020
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Sorry for your loss What a man Jack was he was great all over may he

RIP
Ciaran Niall:
11/07/2020
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A very sad day. An absolute "hero" to my generation as an Irish football fan. Thanks for the memories that will never be forgotten. R.I.P Big Jack. Ole Ole Ole.
David McLean:
11/07/2020
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He gave me and my generation 3 glorious summers following the Ireland team the best ever. We will never forget him. Sleep well Jack
Margaret O'Donovan :
11/07/2020
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11/07/2020
My hometown has just lost its greatest son. RIP Jack...you will never be forgotten.
Graham N:
11/07/2020
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Adopted son of Ireland, a gentleman and a scholar!
You re-invented Irish football and gave us something to believe in.
You will live forever in the heart of every fan.
Rest in Peace Jack. ☘️
John Mulligan:
11/07/2020
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First met Jack in the LUFC dressing rooms when I was on trial, then bought him a pint in The Northern Club in Ashington after my mate spotted him via the mirror behind the bar and I'll never forget his words 'hell fire, it's Jack Charlton' we all had a big laugh and a drink and chat... god bless big fella and kind regards to Pat and the all the family... Alan, Anna & James Shotton
Alan Shotton:
11/07/2020
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11/07/2020
A true legend and countryman.RIP Jack.
John Brannen:
11/07/2020
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