• Memorial service for Jack Kidwell

    Jul 30, 2022, 11:00 AM US/Eastern

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Joe Kidwell

Reverend Jack Kidwell

We created a memorial to celebrate the life of Reverend Jack Kidwell. Collecting memories here will offer everyone comfort. Click the heart to let us know you were here and sign the guest book. Thank you for contributing to this lasting memorial.

Reverend Jack Kidwell, of Cincinnati, OH passed on Friday, July 22, 2022, aged 77 at Mercy Hospital in Anderson. He is preceded in death by his beloved wife, Linda (nee Busch), survived in death by his children Joe (Lori) Kidwell, Lauren Thompson, and grandson, Zachary Thompson.   Jack was born and raised in Stinking Creek, Tennessee. He graduated from Wynn High School in Habersham, Tennessee in 1963. After graduation he moved to...  see more
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  • Jackie Burris
    Jack was present in my teenager years and beyond. I was saved and baptized by Jack and also married by Jack. He and my parents were very close with him and Linda. He also preached my momma’s funeral. Many precious memories with him. He will be missed...  more
  • Dean Abner
    I always loved singing at Brother Jacks church, and loved to hear him preach. He is going to be greatly missed. Love you brother Jack.
  • Tisha Burdett Newland
    How do you condense 40 years of memories into a few paragraphs? Bro. Jack has been a spiritual advisor, mentor, friend, Pastor, brother, and 2nd Daddy to me over all these years.

    From Pastoring Liberty Baptist Church where our group, the Travelaires,...  more
  • Joe Kidwell
    ...and celebrating good health 7 years later on the anniversary of the transplant.
  • Joe Kidwell
    Dad cheering Mom up during recovery after our kidney transplant (August 2005), a very difficult time right after transplant when we didn't think the kidney would make it and she had to go in for second surgery to save it. He was there most of the time...  more
  • Joe Kidwell
    Thankful for many times I spent with Dad, like this one when he and Mom came to visit me in Ft. Lewis, Washington in April 1987.