Jack was a member of the Screen Actor’s Guild and appeared in the movies M*A*S*H and Brian’s Song.
Final Resting Place:
New Calvary Cemetery
800 Harvard Street
Mattapan, Massachusetts, 2126
Grave Location:Section 21, Lot 1609, Grave 1
Grave Location Description
Unlike other grave location websites that list Jack in Section 20 and even other cemeteries, Jack is truly buried in Section 21 at the intersect of St. Paul and St. John Avenue in the back, second row from the road
Grave Location GPS42.27801776, -71.10264691
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popular name: Red Ruffing
date_of_death: February 17, 1986
cause_of_death: Heart Failure
best_know_for: A member of the Baseball Hall of Fame, Red Ruffington is the winningest right-handed pitcher for the New York Yankees and ranked the 9th greatest Yankee player of all time by ESPN sports. Ruffing was a member of six World Series championship teams with the Yankees, appeared in six MLB All-Star Games and was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1967. The Yankees dedicated a plaque to Ruffing in Monument Park in 2004.
popular name: Bump Hadley
date_of_death: February 15, 1963
cause_of_death: Heart attack
best_know_for: Bump Hadley was an American Major League Baseball pitcher who began his career in major league baseball in 1926 with the Washington Senators. After 5 years he was traded and played for the Chicago White Sox (1932), St. Louis Browns (1932–34), New York Yankees (1936–40), New York Giants (1941), and ended is career in 1941 with the Philadelphia Athletics. The highlight of his career was his pitching skills with the Yankees helped to win three World Series Championships. As a pitcher he amassed a record of 161 wins and 165 loses with an ERA of 4.24 and a total of 1,318 strikeouts.
popular name: Woody Hayes
date_of_death: March 12, 1987
cause_of_death: Heart Attack
best_know_for: Head Coach of The Ohio State Buckeyes with five national championships during his twenty eight years of coaching. His stellar career came to an abrupt halt when at the 1978 Gator Bowl against Clemson, Coach Hayes punched one of the opposing team players during the game, and was fired the following morning.