Jack Carrick

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John Alfred "Jack" Carrick (1903 - 1952) was the oldest son of J.J. Carrick.

Jack was born 6 Apr 1903 in Sault Saint Marie [1]

Jack was given the same names as his grandfather.


He married Mary Winnifred Elizabeth Rose (born 23 Sep 1904) on 7 July 1928.

He had one child, Mary Day, born in about 1929.



Jack died died 17 August 1952 in Detroit, Michigan.

John Alfred Carrick (St. Andrews' College 1917 - 1922). Jack Carrick, who was an outstanding boy at S.A.C. in the early twenties, died in Detroit, Mich. on August 17th, 1952. While at St. Andrew's, Jack captained the First Hockey team in 1922, played on the Football team for several years, was a Prefect, treasurer of the Athletic Association and held many other offices. He was a good student and won the Thorley medal and four proficiency prizes. On leaving St. Andrew's he entered the faculty of Engineering at the University of Toronto. While at Varsity he played on the football team, and after graduation played for a time with Argonauts. In 1928 he became associated with the firm of [Investment Bank] Halsey, Suart and Co. in Chicago, and almost his entire business career was in the U.S.A. He was for a time with T.A. Richardson and Co., Toronto.

— St. Andrew's College Review, Christmas 1952, page 76 [2]