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During the keynote speech at a major computer trade show in the early 1990s, Jack made this comment about what to expect from ever-advancing technology: “If you can think of it, it will probably happen.”

His widow wrote that:

Jack also shared his talents and good fortune as a philanthropist. He worked with many organizations including The Special Olympics, Literary Council, Parkinson’s Institute, National Cancer Society and the United Way to name a few.”

He will remain in the hearts of many as a peaceful, intellectual leader and mentor who was happiest when he was with his family either on a family vacation, at a family dinner, a ball game, teaching a math lesson, or debating a political issue with one or all of his five children. He also thrived on mentoring young engineers in the college environment at Santa Clara University and other institutions.”

He is survived by his wife Carmen and five children as well as twelve grandchildren. His children are Cyndi Kuehler, Daniel Kuehler, Christy Kuehler-Chappell, David Kuehler, and Michael Kueler.

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