Jack Wesley Sulephen passed away on August 29, 2021 in Kerrville, Texas at the age of 87. He was born July 18, 1934 in Phil Campbell, Alabama to John Wesley Sulephen and Connie Mae Cadle but he grew up in south Florida, and attended and graduated Miami Edison High School in Dade County, Florida in 1952. Upon graduation from high school, Jack joined the United States Air Force and served 4 years at Kelly Air Force base in San Antonio, Texas. After his discharge, he went to work for B.J. "Red" McCombs as a used car salesman with Charlie Thomas as his manager in San Antonio, Texas. Charlie mentored Jack and they became lifelong friends. In 1972, Jack became a partner with both Red and Charlie in Charlie Thomas' Courtesy Ford in Corpus Christi, Texas. Over the ensuing years they acquired Bill Gardner Pontiac-GMC, Menger Honda, Harbor Hyundai and formed Port City Imports. In 1998, the Port City Auto Group was sold to AutoNation and Jack retired in the Hill Country near Hunt, Texas. He is preceded in death by his parents, his sister Nedra, his stepson Mark Canada and best friend and mentor Charlie Thomas. He is survived by his wife Janece of 50 years and his sons Aaron Notterman of Chicago, Russell Sulephen of Houston and Gary Sulephen of Mathis, Texas, 5 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. As per Jack's wishes, celebration of life and burial of ashes will be held at the family cemetery in Douglass, Texas at a later date. To honor Jack, donations can be made to Faith Community Church P.O. Box 476, Douglass, Texas 75943. Sign Guestbook>> 30 Condolence(s) Benjamin Brown Kerrville, TX Sunday, September 19, 2021 Jack was always a super nice guy. My deepest condolences to you Janece. Jean Shivers Corpus Christi, TX Saturday, September 18, 2021 My love and prayers are with you Janece and all the family. JOEL SANCHEZ HELOTES, TX Friday, September 17, 2021 Jack Thank you for that day in April of 1982 . When I walk in to your Dealership with my Aunt who was buying a Ford Crown Victoria. You saw something in me and within a Few Days I was working For You. Because of You I am still in the Car Business and I am the Man who I am Today. Thank You for all your guidance Through out the Years. Aunt Janece Thank you for everything you and Jack Did for me. Jack Rest in Peace and Watch over Mark Love You GLENNIS SULAK Corpus Christi, TX Thursday, September 16, 2021 Janece I was sorry to hear about Jack. i will always remember him as he gave me my first and only job I ever had back in 1974 with Charlie Thomas Courtesy Ford. Rose Hernandez Corpus Christi, TX Thursday, September 16, 2021 Janece: sending prayers for comfort and peace. I started working for Jack Sulephen's Auto Group 30 years ago in the accounting office. May he rest in peace. Vicki Noble Orange Grove, TX Tuesday, September 14, 2021 I'll always cherish our memories and how good he was to me and his granddaughter Casey. Janece may God comfort you during Dr. Jasmine Sodoy Williams McKinney, TX Tuesday, September 14, 2021 Dear Uncle Jack-Your kind and gentle soul will always be remembered and missed dearly. Thank you for yours and Aunt Janece's wisdom, care, and love the last 43 years as her Goddaughter. I will always feel honored and grateful to be a part of your lives having witnessed your unconditional love for one another. Dearest Angel Aunt Janece-Kenneth, the girls, and I send our love and healing prayers to you and family. May God Bless you and keep you in HIS loving embrace and grant you peace. With my deepest sorrow, Jasmine Casey Sulephen Orange Grove, TX Monday, September 13, 2021 I will miss you dearly Papa Jack. I wish I got to see you more in later years. I love you and think about you often. May you rest with ease and in the loving arms of the lord. Danny Garza, TX Monday, September 13, 2021 What a great man, may you Rest in Peace Robb EINHAUS San Antonio, TX Monday, September 13, 2021 I first met Jack August the 3rd 1973 at Charlie Thomas Ford. I thought he was the coolest guy in the world waring that cigar and strutting around the show room floor. He showed me what it was to be cool. He was my guy from that day on. We became very close to a point I would have taken a bullet for him. It is hard to describe my feelings for Sulephen. He has a brother, a friend, and a great business partner. We did everything together. I sometimes think about those days and wish we could go back. And Janece I know that Julephen loved you more than anyone and he missing you already. RIP My Brother I still Love Ya Stacey Raisanen Belle Fourche, SD Monday, September 13, 2021 Dearest Janece and family ~ what a wonderful man Jack was and we appreciate the times that we had together. We can carry the memories with us and smile for the fact that they happened. God be with you all and ease your pain of loss. Carole Stagg Spring, TX Monday, September 13, 2021 Jack was a part of my life from 1957 to 1967. I am saddened that our sons and grandchildren have lost their Father and Grandfather. Janece, you are in my prayers as you go thru these very difficult times. Sabrina Canada Valdosta, GA Monday, September 13, 2021 I will forever miss you calling me "ole train wreck". You were always the light of everyone's day. Thank you for being the best grandpa you could be. I love you and there will always be a hole in my heart. Go rest high on that mountain with Daddy. Jonathan Hinze Orange Grove, TX Monday, September 13, 2021 My condolences to the entire family. Mr Jack was a big part of our entire community. Russell Sulephen Spring, TX Monday, September 13, 2021 Dad, I miss you so much. There is so many things to say, but is so hard to put in words. All the memories we have shared, the love of classic cars, deep sea fishing on our boat, the Courtesy One, all the hunting trips, the times at the ranch, hanging out with Charlie at his ranch, I could go on and on. You were a great dad and will be greatly missed. I am so greatful for the time we got to spend together the last few years. You are forever in my heart. Janece Zamora Corpus Christi, Sunday, September 12, 2021 My deepest condolences to the Sulephen family. He will truly be missed. Kathleen Johnson, Dawn Johnson & Family Douglass, TX Sunday, September 12, 2021 My fondest memory of Jack is when he used to come and visit at our ranch. He had his own TV room so he could watch all the games he wanted too! Also, he would always do his early morning walks before settling down in the recliner to watch his games or his favorite western. We will all miss him. Rest in Peace. Charlene and Bob Westrup Corpus Christi, TX Sunday, September 12, 2021 I had the privilege of working with Jack for 25 years. He was a great boss, business partner and friend. I was fortunate to be able to maintain our relationship with both he and Janece after his retirement to the Hill Country. Janece, Jack would be proud of how great you took care of him in his final years. May he Rest in Peace! David and Sissi Lane cloudcroft, NM Sunday, September 12, 2021 We love Jack very much , he was like a family member to us and he will always be in our hearts. 'GREAT MAN'. He will be missed by so many. May he rest in God's hands now . May his family be comforted by the Lord's loving peace. Connie Lankford Corpus Christi, TX Saturday, September 11, 2021 Rest In Peace Mr.S Chuck Rayburn Florence, AL Saturday, September 11, 2021 Jack, I am so grateful for the times Lane and Ispent with you through the years. Our friendship means the world to me and I will always cherish my memories of time spent with you and Janece. Love, Chuck Aaron Notterman Buffalo Grove, IL Saturday, September 11, 2021 It was an honor and privilege to have known him. Lane Rayburn Florence, AL Saturday, September 11, 2021 Jack, you were such a blessing to me and my family. We love you dearly and always looked forward to our time together. I will always cherish my visits to Texas and time spent with you. It's so hard to lose those we love but I know you are in a much better place. Love, Lane Patty L Habeeb Corpus Christi, TX Saturday, September 11, 2021 Our sincere sympathy to you Janece on Jack's passing. He was a good friend & we will miss all the good times we shared together, and all the laughter. Jack truly loved his home on the hill. May God bless you and give you comfort, I know Jack is at home now and in peace. We Love you, Patty, Mary Beth and ( Ole William ) Habeeb Karen Canada Hahira, GA Saturday, September 11, 2021 My second dad, my wonderful father-in-law...forever will I miss hearing "hey skinny, ya looking good girl "...I love ya PawPaw! You will forever be missed...Take care of Mark for us... Dorcas Atherton Boerne, TX Saturday, September 11, 2021 Jack was a wonderful friend to me and made me feel like family. I will miss him very much . He always had a great sense of humor and could remember dates and names better than anyone. I wish you peace my dear friend. Jon Cornwell Hahira, GA Saturday, September 11, 2021 I may not have been blood related to him but this man loved me as if I was his own. Jack was one of the best men I have ever known. His passing has left a hole in my heart and I will miss him dearly. Janece Sulephen Hunt, TX Saturday, September 11, 2021 When the day started without you I realized how short Our 50 years together really were. Thank you for Sharing this journey with me, when I step into the Rest of my life you will always be in my heart, you are A part of me and I will always love you and miss you Until we meet again go rest high on that mountain. GLENN HANNAH MCALLEN, TX Saturday, September 11, 2021 I worked for Jack for 12 yrs in Corpus Christi, I have been going to see him and his wife in Hunt Tx for the last 18 yrs. I would spend a week at a time sometimes. Golf, smoke cigars with him and ride around and look at used cars. Been on trips to Ruidoso and Puerto Vallarta for golf trips. My heart is broken right now. He was truly my friend, and so lucky to have had him and Janece as part of my life the last 30 yrs. I love you both. Janece, I will see you soon Andy Skinner Ponder, TX Monday, August 30, 2021 I worked for Mr. Jack about 30 years ago. He was a fine man and a wonderful boss.