IRONS Jackie Lee
of Ortonville, passed away August 8, 2017 at 59 years of age. Loving husband of Lisa for 39 years; dear father of sons, Jack (Allison) and Daren (Kelly); grandfather of Arie, Lucas, Moriah, Wesley and Oliver; dear son of Jack and Phyllis Irons; brother of Theresa Gowatch and Shawn Irons. Jack worked for Chrysler. He enjoyed racing motorcycles; restoring classic cars; and running a side business with his son, Unlawful Racing. Jack was loved, cherished, and will be deeply missed.
Family will receive friends on Friday from 3:00-8:00 p.m. at our CLARKSTON location.
Saturday, August 12, 2017, 11:00 a.m. at COATS FUNERAL HOME-CLARKSTON (8909 Dixie Hwy.)
Rob and Kelly Hillman
Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Such a tragic loss.
Please accept our sincere condolences.
Our Deepest Condolences to the family, Jack was such a great guy who will be missed by many dearly ..RIP Jack
It was an honor to work with you my friend you will be missed by friends and loved ones. May you Rest In Peace. I will be praying for your family. May the Lord bless!
On behalf of the North Oakland Mopar Muscle Club I want offer our deepest condolences to Jack's family and close friends.
He was a Mopar Man's Man.
Burning rubber in a far better place. RIP our friend.
Jack Irons; I will miss his name in my appointment book. I will miss his face and the jokes and the conversation we would have about hot rods, minibikes, motorcycles, guns and family. One thing for sure, jack was a family man. He will be missed by many but certainly he was a believer an we shall meet again I life everlasting ...
Our family will never be the same without our superman Jack. I'm thankful for the 40 years we had! Enjoy your forever life with our amazing lord and savior. RIP JACK
Pastor Jeff and Kelly Stonerock
Lisa, your Victory World Outreach family loves you and supports you and your family. We are all here for you. May the peace of God that surpasses your own understanding guard your hearts and minds.
To the Irons family, we send our deepest heartfelt condolences for your tremendous loss. Words can not describe the integrity Jack had and his willingness to teach about mopars. I will always be thankful to have a friendship with him. Until we meet again on the other side! Gary and Jack will be racing mopars in the sky.
As a youngster I remember Jack fondly. He was always over visiting with Lisa and the boys. I was so happy to see him at my wedding reception in 2014. I reminded him that as a youngster the way I remembered him was his eyes, they reminded me of the Count's from Seasame Street. It gave him a good chuckle. Great man and a great family.
Dean & Laura Totushek
Our deepest heartfelt sympathy goes out to Jack's family. You are truly going to be missed! RIP!
We will miss your smiling face, and the stories you shared about your hot rods.
Condulances tobthe Irons Family! Praying for comfort for your Family. So sorry to hear of His passing!
darryl and patti ponka
sending our deep sorrow for the family . many happy memories of our childhood . in our thoughts .
I've known Jackie since we were four years old. He was the first friend I remember having on Michael. I am so sorry to hear of his passing.
My heart goes out to Jack, Phyllis, Theresa and Shawn. I want to specially relay my condolences to Lisa and the boys.
May the Lord give peace during this difficult time.
So sorry for your loss, prayers to the family.
Dave,Kyle and Devin "You were the best Jack"
Dave, Kyle and Devin "You were the best Jack"
We had some great times, prayers to the family