Jackie Duncan went home to be with the Lord on January 30, 2018, at his home in San Manuel, Arizona. He was born on February 5, 1931 in a small log cabin, which was the family home in Ozark County, Missouri to John and Ollie (Sewell) Duncan. The family moved to a farm in Coweta, OK, where Jack finished his education. He was drafted into the U.S. Army in 1957 and was honorably discharged in 1962.\n\nJack married the love of his life, Donna Lee Haskins, on June 5, 1959. Together they had two sons Jack's first full time job was during his high school years, when he worked at the Sand Springs Cotton Mill to help support the family. His later career was as a Welder and Foreman at CE Natco and Valmont Steel, both in Tulsa OK. After retirement, Jack worked for his close friend, Ray Ford, at the Osage Creek Golf Course in Adair, OK and Cedar Crest Golf Course in Skiatook, OK. Jack was an avid golfer, winning many trophies in company and local tournaments. Hel loved fishing the ponds, lakes and rivers in Oklahoma and Arkansas, and also loved to hunt ducks, swamp rabbits, prairie chickens, quail, and dove. \n\nJack was a member of Bethel Baptist Temple of Tulsa, OK, where he sang in the choir and in a men's group at Bethel and several other area churches.\n\nJack was preceded in death by his wife of 57 years, his parents, two brothers, and three sisters. He is survived by one Sister, Sue Corbin of Centerton, AR; two sons, Kevin Duncan and his wife Donna, of San Manuel AZ and Keith Duncan and his wife Lany of Jennings, OK; one daughter, Betty Mason and her husband Dennis of Dallas, OR; eight grand children and sixteen great-grandchildren.