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Jack Spicer


Jack Spicer, age 52, of Ipswich, passed away unexpectedly on January 19th, 2010, leaving his wife, Janet (Stebbings) Spicer and children Maxamilian, age 9 and Coco, age 7. 

Jack grew up in Topsfield, MA, where his mother, Edith Spicer still resides.  He is survived by two sisters, Jill Stolpestad of Batavia, IL and Joan Spicer of Santa Cruz, CA and a brother, Jeff Spicer of Whitman.  Jack received his bachelor's degree from the University of South Florida.  He spent several years working in the technology sales industry.  Jack married Janet (Stebbings) Spicer of Ipswich in 1998 and they honeymooned in Paris.  

Jack and Janet and their children have lived in Newburyport, Providence, RI and then moved to Ipswich in 2008. Jack loved his wife and children dearly and they all frequented Zumi's, the Wenham Museum, the Ipswich Public Library and other local attractions.  Jack and his family's travels also expanded far beyond Ipswich to London, Paris, Rome and Dublin among other places.  In addition to being an avid traveler, Jack read multiple newspapers each day following national and international politics and economics.  He had a penchant for British cars, Medieval history and fine art.  He and his wife, Janet, recently taught a claymation class at the Winthrop school.  

Jack and his family were attending the First Congregational Church of Essex where there will be a memorial service on Saturday, January 30th at 11:00am.  In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to CURE for medical relief efforts in Haiti at www.helpcurenow.org.  In addition, friends of the family have established a trust for Max and Coco, where financial contributions can be made at the Institute for Savings in Ipswich. Arrangements are under the direction of the Whittier-Porter Funeral Home of Ipswich.

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