Hutchison had an open heart with an infectious laugh. An avid NASCAR fan, he loved spending time with family and his five beloved Shelties. Church was his place of refuge.
Visitation will take place at RHONEY FUNERAL HOME at 5893 Hoover Road in Sanborn on Saturday from 2-4 and 6-7 PM, and funeral services will be on Sunday at 10 AM.
Early Life and Education
Jack was a kind and thoughtful individual who always put others before himself. While there were many things in life he enjoyed, nothing brought him greater pleasure than spending time with his family and grandchildren. Additionally, Jack enjoyed watching them play football, basketball and track – an honor which brought great pride for this “sport’s dad”.
He had an infectious laugh that could make anyone laugh out loud. Additionally, he was an exceptional cook who always prepared a hearty feast for his family and enjoyed listening to everything from Kindermusik and Gregorian Chant to Johnny Cash and Zach Brown Band music.
He was an active member of Clarence Presbyterian Church and Dayton Masonic Lodge #147, as well as being a life-member of Society of Tool Engineers and divisional plant engineer for Oldsmobile in Detroit, Michigan. Helen and he raised Saddlebred show horses and Hereford cattle on their farm in Southern Ohio during summers while wintering them at Sebring, Florida.
Jack Hutchison was a highly accomplished and esteemed golfer. He competed in multiple tournaments and earned several prestigious awards during his time competing; additionally, he served as an honorary starter at The Masters for several years.
He was an ardent Sooners supporter, cherishing time spent with his grandson Jayden and fishing and hunting trips with Jan. Additionally, he was active at Victory Life Church and will be missed by all who knew him.
Jock was born in St Andrews, Fife, Scotland as John Waters Hutchison but went by his nickname of Jock. In 1920 he moved to America, became naturalized citizen, and won both major championships (PGA Championship and Open Championship at St Andrews).
Achievement and Honors
Hutchison had an outstanding and lengthy career, earning many honors and awards along the way. He was one of the founding members of Omaha Golf Club, as well as one of its inaugural honorary starters for The Masters Tournament.
Mr. Smith also worked as director of Santa Monica Municipal Bus Lines, helping facilitate their transition from streetcars to buses as he expanded service and established new routes.
Hutchison was a loving husband and father, leaving behind children Jack Douglas (Little Doug) Hutchison, Donald Hutchison and Thomas Hutchison; daughters Nisa Birge and Susan Billy as well as seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren as well as numerous nieces and nephews.
Jack Hutchison cherishedd his family and was an outstanding father and grandfather, especially to his grandchildren. He enjoyed fishing, hunting, and golfing with them and was an ardent Sooners football fan whom Jan looked forward to watching play out on game days.
He was known for being kind and generous towards everyone he knew, always ready to lend assistance in times of need. He will be deeply missed; his legacy of hard work and integrity lives on through his children, grandchildren, family members and friends.
Visitation will take place Monday from 6-8 pm at Bunch-Singleton Funeral Home and on Tuesday at Victory Life Church with Pastor Jimmy Jeter officiating; burial will then be at Hochatown Cemetery.
Richard Hutchinson and Angela (nee Moore), his parents who live in Pennington New Jersey. He plans to graduate in 2025 from College of New Jersey.
He has appeared on various television series, such as One Tree Hill and The Legend of William Tell. Additionally, he plays a recurring role on Lost.
His net worth has skyrocketed as he has earned roles in films and TV shows, in addition to amassing wealth through various publicly-traded companies that own stakes in him.
Cadiz Inc shares have greatly appreciated since 2009. Additionally, he owns a home in Los Angeles as well as cars and yachts as assets.