Jack Loren Erwin
|Posted 2018-07-09 by mhenderson|
|Published in Today's News Herald on June 20, 2018 -|
Lake Havasu City, Arizona -
Jack Loren Erwin, 87, joined his wife in Heaven on June 14, 2018. He
passed away in Lake Havasu City. Jack was the son of Loren and Julie
Erwin, born on June 17, 1930 in Pitcher, Oklahoma.
Jack met his true love, Ginny, in Sunday school and went on to marry
her on June 24, 1949 in Compton, California. They were blessed with 63
years together before she went to be with the Lord in 2012. Prior to
moving to Lake Havasu in 1994 they lived in Orange, California.
Jack was a dedicated member of Calvary Baptist Church where he served
as a deacon for many years. Family was the most important thing to him
other than serving for the Lord. Jack and Ginny enjoyed setting up
communion for their church. He truly loved all his church family. He
also helped with the building of Calvary Church at the McCulloch
Jack enjoyed fishing, boating, water skiing, snow skiing, and hunting
and was an avid NASCAR fan. He was a Golden Gloves boxer in his
Jack is preceded in death by his wife Ginny Erwin, parents Loren and
Julie Erwin, and brothers John, Jim and Jerry.
He is survived by his sons Rob Erwin of Aliso Viejo, California and
Randy (Karen) Erwin of Lake Havasu City, grandchildren Jaime (John)
Weber of Newport Beach, California, Jacki Erwin of San Diego,
California and Scott (Brittany) Erwin of Lake Havasu City, and seven
greatgrandchildren: Caylee, Zachary, Mackenzie, Nikolas, Hailey,
Daisha and Riley Faith.
In honor of Jack's wishes, there will be no memorial service.
"Don't be anxious about tomorrow. God will take care of your tomorrow
too. Live one day at a time." Matt 6:34
Services were entrusted to the care of Lietz-Fraze Funeral Home.
Thoughts and condolences can be sent to the family at www.lietz-
frazefuneralhome.com. To send a free card go to
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