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  1. My deepest sympathies to the family. Talked to Windsor many times when walking my dogs and always enjoyed our conversations. He will be missed.

  2. Our deepest and hear felt condolences to all family and friends. Windsor was a wonderful neighbor whom we will miss dearly.
    Scotty and Bobbi Nicholson

  3. He was a very special person, and he taught us so much. Intelligent and set high standards for integrity and charracter. My mission and responsibility now is to live my life in a way that allows you all to know that. We will miss our wonderful Father.

  4. Gracious Lord, hold fast the family of Windsor as you provide the blessed assurance of your eternal love. May the Holy Comforter be our watch and our strength in the days ahead, in Jesus’ name. Amen

    Della and I send our love as we remember the joy of times we shared worship at those monthly gatherings in Buxton. And yes, I recall his love of cookies and fellowship at the receptions afterward!

  5. I’m so sorry to read of Windsor’s passing. I always loved to talk with him when he would be judging the fishing tournaments and would have our team as one of his to judge. I also think I worked a while with Windsor on the Hatteras Island Meals. Windsor will be missed by many who had the pleasure of meeting and getting to know him and his wife. My sincere sympathy for Lynne. Windsor took such good care of Lynne.

  6. To Lynn and family of Windsor, i am very sorry to hear news of his passing. It was a pleasure and privilege to have known him and share part of his days as he volunteered with the NPS at the lighthouse. I will remember him as kind, patient and full of Grace. My hugs and support are with you, Lynn. Please let me know if I can help in any way.

  7. So sorry to hear of Win’s passing. He was such a great person and I really enjoyed working with him at AT&T. My prayers to all his family.

  8. Extremely saddened to learn of Windsor’s passing. We never did get that chance to fish here in CT or out at Block Island. Please accept our heartfelt condolences.

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Windsor Mather Jacques

January 24, 2022

Frisco – Windsor Mather Jacques passed away January 24, 2022 in Dare County, NC after a courageous and arduous battle with cancer.  Windsor was born August 27, 1936 in New London, Connecticut to William and Gladys Jacques.  

Windsor is survived by his wife Eunice Lynne Jacques the love of his life.  Windsor was honorably discharged from the Navy in 1957 and returned home to New Jersey.  Lynne and Windsor met in 1958 in Monmouth County, NJ and eloped in October of that year.  He and Lynne have three daughters Karen Smith (Ralph) of Decatur, AL, Sarah Broadway (Timothy) of Mountain Park, GA, and Elizabeth Crabtree (Dennis) of Kemah, TX.  They have six exemplary grandchildren, Dare Smith, Nicholas Crabtree, Spenser Smith (Jordan), Lynne Smith, Molly Crabtree, and Noah Broadway.  Windsor is also survived by his sisters Virginia Germond (Peter) of Cape Ann, MA and Deborah Wentz (Alan) of McPherson, KS and his sister-in-law Deborah Dahlseid of SanDiego, C A.  

Windsor graduated with a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the New Jersey Institute of Technology.  He worked for and retired from Western Electric and AT&T after a career that spanned over 30 years and included time spent in the Netherlands and Saudi Arabia.  Windsor’s passion for detail was legendary and this made him an outstanding engineer.  

Windsor was a member of All Saints Episcopal Church in Greensboro, NC where he served on the Vestry.  While in Greensboro Windsor fell in love with coaching youth basketball and did so for many years.  Windsor and Lynne moved to Frisco, NC in 1995 and have loved living on the island refusing to leave for any silly hurricane.  Windsor has been actively involved with the Hatteras community being a part of Hatteras Island Meals, The Turtle Rescue, Cape Hatteras Methodist Men, a National Park Service Volunteer, Fishing with a Ranger program, the Anglers Club, Bingo and a Hatteras Light house volunteer.  Windsor particularly enjoyed sharing chocolate chip cookies and apple slices with his poker group.  

Windsor with be remembered with love and respect by many.  In lieu of flowers please make a donation to Hatteras Island Meals in Windsor’s name.  

Expressions of sympathy and comfort are welcome via the online register at gallopfuneralservices.com.  Gallop Funeral Services, Inc. was entrusted with arrangements.

Condolences

Kathy Albright

My deepest sympathies to the family. Talked to Windsor many times when walking my dogs and always enjoyed our conversations. He will be missed.

Sherry Hesse

Win and Lynne were among the first people to welcome us to Hatteras Island. You will be missed.

Scotty & Bobbi Nicholson

Our deepest and hear felt condolences to all family and friends. Windsor was a wonderful neighbor whom we will miss dearly. Scotty and Bobbi Nicholson

Werner/Nancy Quast

So sadden to hear of Win’s passing…..our heartfelt condolences to the family…..

Karen Smith

He was a very special person, and he taught us so much. Intelligent and set high standards for integrity and charracter. My mission and responsibility now is to live my life in a way that allows you all to know that. We will miss our wonderful Father.

Charles and Della GILL

Gracious Lord, hold fast the family of Windsor as you provide the blessed assurance of your eternal love. May the Holy Comforter be our watch and our strength in the days ahead, in Jesus' name. Amen Della and I send our love as we remember the joy of times we shared worship at those monthly gatherings in Buxton. And yes, I recall his love of cookies and fellowship at the receptions afterward!

Carol Sue McCracken

I'm so sorry to read of Windsor's passing. I always loved to talk with him when he would be judging the fishing tournaments and would have our team as one of his to judge. I also think I worked a while with Windsor on the Hatteras Island Meals. Windsor will be missed by many who had the pleasure of meeting and getting to know him and his wife. My sincere sympathy for Lynne. Windsor took such good care of Lynne.

Rob Bolling

To Lynn and family of Windsor, i am very sorry to hear news of his passing. It was a pleasure and privilege to have known him and share part of his days as he volunteered with the NPS at the lighthouse. I will remember him as kind, patient and full of Grace. My hugs and support are with you, Lynn. Please let me know if I can help in any way.

Rick Morgan

So sorry to hear of Win’s passing. He was such a great person and I really enjoyed working with him at AT&T. My prayers to all his family.

Richard T. Jacques & Family

Extremely saddened to learn of Windsor’s passing. We never did get that chance to fish here in CT or out at Block Island. Please accept our heartfelt condolences.