Jack Richard Kemp, Sr.
- October 12, 1939 - December 8, 2012
- North Charleston, South Carolina
of Jack's Passing
- Memorials may be made to
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Missionary Fund
8720 Antler Drive
North Charleston, SC 29406
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I'm sad to hear of Bishop Kemp's passing. I just pulled out some of my old mission things for one of my sons and found a recommend with his signature for my mission. Looked him up and found this. One of the best men I've ever known. Love.
Posted by: Michael Moran Jr - Ravenna, MI - Ward member Jan 21, 2013
I will miss having Brother Jack Kemp here with us, he always let you know how
much you were loved...Ron and Michele Bridges
Posted by: Michele Bridges - Walterboro, SC Dec 13, 2012
I saw Bishop Kemp a few weeks ago at Publix, Northbridge, we spoke and I gave hm a quick hug. Had I known it was our last hug, I would have hugged him a little longer. He and his lovely wife, Gail, have been a wonderful inspiration in my life. I will miss him so very much. Whenever he saw me in church, he would say "Church looks good on you, and we need to see you more often." My heart goes out to Gail, his children, his church family and all who knew and loved him.
Posted by: Sharon D. Shipley - North Charleston, SC - Friend Dec 12, 2012
I am truly saddened at the loss of Brother Kemp. He made such a difference in my life not only as my Bishop, but as a wonderful example of a loving Father figure. I love you all and want you to know that my thoughts are with you at this time. May Heavenly Father bless you all with comfort and peace.
Danny & Charlene
Posted by: Charlene C. Adams - Ridgeland, SC - adopted daughter Dec 11, 2012
My deepest sympathy to your family! I know he will be missed.
Posted by: Kathy Skelton - Kennesaw, GA - Friend of the family Dec 11, 2012
Bishop Kemp was a wonderful example to me when I was first learning about the Church. He welcomed me often into his home and was there for my Baptism. I loved hearing him talk about the scriptures. His knowledge was amazing. He loved and LIVED the gospel and he will be missed by all who knew him. Your family will always be in my prayers. Thank goodness for eternal families. Love, Denise
Posted by: Denise Mower - Provo. , UT - Friend Dec 10, 2012
Bro. Kemp was always kind and wise. I loved hearing him speak. It seemed like he always remembered my name, too. The Kemp family is very dear and he will be very missed. Peace to all of you. Sam and Suzan Wilson
Posted by: Suzan Wilson - NORTH CHARLESTON, SC Dec 10, 2012
I am truly sorry to hear of your dads passing. May God hold you all during this difficult time and bring you comfort. I love you all.
Posted by: Jennifer Loveday - Columbia, SC Dec 10, 2012
GGpa Kemp was so easy to love. Always had a joke and a story to tell. Such a sweet man, I enjoyed all of my few encounters with him. He will be missed.
Posted by: Kristen Lovelace - Lehi, UT - Wife of his grandson NiLovelace Dec 10, 2012
Our deepest sympathy to Brother Kemp's family. His loss is felt by SO MANY, whom he has help guide through our journey here on earth. HIS LOVE FOR THE LORD AND HIS FELLOWMAN, shined through every aspect of his life. He will be dearly missed and remembered ALWAYS. Love Osbore & Nancy
Posted by: Osborne & Nancy Morris - Moncks Corner, SC - Fellow CHurch Member Dec 10, 2012