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Jackson Morrison II ’68

Published in Sept. 9, 1998, issue

Jackson "Jack" Morrison died June 9, 1998, of a massive heart attack at his Eureka, Calif., home. He was 53.

After Princeton, Jack earned his law degree from U. of California, Hastings College of Law, in 1974. Jack had a myriad of interests and activities. He was a master of correspondence chess, an American contract bridge life master, an Eagle Scout, a member of Mensa, and a devoted and reliable interviewer for Princeton's Alumni Schools Committee. An extremely well-respected member of the local bar, Jack devoted many volunteer hours as a judge pro tem of the Eureka Municipal Court. He was a certified specialist in family law, a member of the California Judges Assn., and a member of the bar of the U.S. Supreme Court.

His love of nature was demonstrated by involvement in the directors club of the Zoological Society of San Diego and his longtime membership in the World Wildlife Fund, Marine Mammal Center, Nature Conservancy, Friends of the Dunes, and the Sequoia Humane Center. Jack was the loving husband of Suzanne "Suki" for 26 years and the devoted father of Colin (20) and Beth (18); he also leaves his parents, Jack and Phyllis. Jack's warmth, vigor, and love of life will be greatly missed by all of us.

The Class of 1968

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Charles Meyers Says:

2012-05-09 10:21:22

Is this the Jack Morrison that graduated from Piedmont Hight School in 1962?
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