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Jack R.
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September 25, 1942 – October 14, 2018

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POLLOCK, JACK R.

Jack R. Pollock, 77, passed away suddenly October 14, 2018, at Presence Mercy Center in Aurora. He was born in Aurora on September 25, 1942 to Morris and Roslyn (Rozner) Pollock. He was the beloved husband of Esther (Apfelroth) Pollock, loving father of Brian Pollock, dear brother of Judy (Stan) Myers, and dear uncle to Michael (Lisa) Zubkoff, David Zubkoff, and Ira (Jamie) Zubkoff. Funeral services will be held at 11 am Thursday at Temple B’nai Israel in Aurora with interment to follow at Lincoln Memorial Park in Aurora. Jack proudly served his country in the Vietnam War, and Jack’s greatest love was his family. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to Temple B’nai Israel. Info at Mitzvah Memorial Funerals, 630-Mitzvah (630-648-9824) or www.MitzvahFunerals.com.

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Funeral Service Information

When
Thursday, October 18th, 2018 11:00am
Officiating
Rabbi Edward Friedman
Location
Temple B'Nai Israel
Address
400 North Edgelawn Drive
Aurora, IL 60506

Interment Information

When
Thursday, October 18th, 2018 12:00pm
Location
Lincoln Memorial Park Cemetery
Address
675 Route 30
Aurora, IL 60506

Reception Information

When
Thursday, October 18th, 2018
Location
Temple B'Nai Israel
Address
400 North Edgelawn Drive
Aurora, IL 60506
Days, Times and Phone #
There will be a luncheon immediately following the services on Thursday

Shiva

When
Thursday, October 18th, 2018
Location
Temple B'nai Israel
Address
400 N. Edgelawn Drive
Aurora, IL 60506
Service Extra Info
Shiva following the luncheon, service at sundown