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He's a most UNretiring guy,
And that is just for sure.
But now he's off to greener pastures,
Our very own Jack McClure.

He worked for Merck a long, long time,
Since 1999, you know.
A whirlwind of energy and lots of smarts,
He's always on the go.

Married to lovely Karen,
Five grown kids between these two.
He's into salsa, the dance, not the dip,
And ballroom dance he'll do.

Jack's a vegetarian,
And his guns are out of sight.
He'll talk politics forever,
And his views? They're strictly right.

He loves dogs and swimming and jazz,
And computers are extraordinaire.
Just don't get him started
On this subject: Obamacare.

He's a Texan through and through,
This guy's home on the range.
He sure as hell has no use
For that stupid "hope and change."

He's a poster child for Woodstock,
Probably used lots of drugs, pray tell.
But now, instead of consuming them,
He made it big with drugs to sell.

Anne Marie regrets it:
Almost every single chance,
That she Jack have never,
Gotten up to salsa dance.

Susan is in awe of Jack,
The earliest guy alive.
Who's always up for breakfast meetings
At the crack of 6:45.

For Suzanne, he's sure her "go to guy,"
In a most responsive zone.
He has answers for all her questions,
And he always answers his phone.

Dawn and Jack go way, way back,
To 1999.
He's SO computer literate,
And he thinks iPads and phones are fine.

Bryan always admires it,
Jack's kind and cheerful way.
And his quick and funny, rapier wit,
Brings joy to every day.

Loc, Mike and Craig as well, you know,
Send Jack best wishes for sure.
All of District 42,
Sends their best forevermore.

So Jack, just know we'll miss you,
Without fanfare or a fuss.
Have a marvelous retirement,
With love and laughs...from all of us!

Best wishes,

District 42

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