Chief Jerry Jack

Tribal Journeys suffers loss in a tragedy on the water, but canoes continue on their Journey 2006, Paddle to Muckleshoot.

Excerpt from Peninsula Daily News:

“Joseph Andrew “Jerry” Jack of Gold River, British Columbia, died when the Makah canoe in which he was paddling capsized, spilling him and five others into the 54-degree water west of the Dungeness Spit north of Sequim.

The canoe, named Hummingbird, was part of the 2006 Inter-Tribal Canoe Journey.

Jack was a hereditary chief of the Mowachaht/Muchalaht tribe in Gold River.”

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2 Responses

  1. Sorry to see that Jerry Jack your grandpa has journey’d home. Rest in peace Chief Jerry, may your spirit soar.

  2. he died he is my grandpa

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