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Jack Broocke

Jack Broocke

With heavy hearts and happy memories, we are sad to announce the passing of Jack on September 4,2020 at the age of 71. Predeceased by his brother Marvin and his father Bill. Survived by his wife Sheila of 45 years, daughters Rachel (Ryan), Stephanie (Shane) and his son Spencer. He also leaves behind his beloved grandsons Carter, Marshall and Zach. He will also be greatly missed by his mother Elaine and sister Jan.

Special thanks to Dr. Kennedy, Dr. Argentina and the nurses and staff who work in the Saanich Penninsula Palliative Care Unit along with those who provided care of the last several years at the BC Cancer Clinic.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests a donation be made to BC Cancer Foundation. As requested by Jack there will be no service, but there will be a Celebration of Life at a later date.

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  • Solange Diaz -

    So sorry to hear about Jack, sending my sincerest condolences.I have many fond memories of him and the rest of the hooligans of table 15. Take care and sending hugs your way.


  • Leah Day -

    So many great memories of Mr Broocke growing up. Countless parties at our house and neighbours houses. Laughs. Nothing but smiles when I think of him . Maybe jack, my mom and dad are having a party up in the sky as we speak. Love to all of you, thinking of you lots. ♥️♥️ Leah

  • Louise Mooney -

    Jack was easily going funny and loved a good laugh he will definitely be missed.by all.
    He loved his family dearly you could see it with his involvement and time spent.He helped coach the girls with ballor tried.Rarely missed a chance to be at the ball park either watching babysitting coaching or all three.He was fun loving and there just isn’t enough of that .Fortunately for the rest of us Sheila and the family will fill in the gaps for us in their own way with a similar sense of humour .
    Love to you all.

  • Amber Adams -

    We will never forget “Uncle Jake”‘s laugh and little nicknames for us all! I will remember you as a fun-loving and kind man. You will be missed!!

  • Leah Mazzocchi -

    Sincerest condolences during this difficult time. Many fond memories of Jack of the ball field. Thank you for many years of coaching us girls. Hugs.

  • Wendy Zachary and Bill Bell -

    Life will never be the same without Jacks laugh and good natured fun. You all have such wonderful memories to share with each other through the tough times ahead. Our sincerest condolences to you all and may Jack Rest In Peace.
    Wendy and Bill.

  • Jen Mooney -

    Jack was a wonderful father, husband and grandfather. I have many fond memories of Jack, most that make me laugh. He had a great sense of humour, and will be missed dearly. We’ll all miss seeing you at the ball park Jack, rest easy.

  • Mona and Brian Mikkelsen -

    Our sincerest condolences go out to all the Broocke family. We feel fortunate to know most of Jack’s Victoria and Calgary family and with heavy hearts we are thinking of you all during this very sad and challenging time.
    A huge part of our lives; one half of the best neighbours a person could wish for for the last 35 years, took his last trip around the cul-de-sac on Monday night.. Standing at the window and watching we were thinking of Jack’s favourite expression.. “will do it in the fall” .. wishing he could have waited at least till “will do it in the spring” which we also heard often! Love you all.. warm memories will keep jack near .. and we have many many! Mona and Brian

    • Sheila Broocke -

      Thank you Mona and Brian for being there when we needed you.You guys are truly the Best.Thanks for being the greatest neighbours and friends!

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