he upstate New York area from 1958 until 1974 when they returned to Muscatine. They resided in Muscatine until 1980; Bettendorf thru 1985, when then moved to Arizona. They returned to Iowa in 1991, living in the Des Moines and Waterloo areas coming back to Muscatine in June of 2001. He was a machinist by trade working for Monsanto and the Rock Island Arsenal, later in life he worked as a counselor. He was a woodworker, architect and his hobbies included fishing and working with puzzles. He was a musician and enjoyed playing the piano, organ and violin. Those who knew Jack will remember him for his singing and his ability to play the piano and organ by ear. Survivors include his wife, Virginia of Muscatine; five daughters, Darlene Sandven and her husband, Mike, of Mesa, Arizona, Carol Smallwood and her husband, Leslie, of Fairbanks, Alaska, Theresa Eichelberger and her husband, Randall, of Muscatine, Diane Rininsland of Albuquerque, New Mexico, and Valerie Allerton and her husband, Philip, of Aspen, Colorado; eight grandchildren, Jeremy Sandven, Andrea Brown and her husband, Les, Regina Sandven, Ashley Sandven, Ben Eichelberger, Sarah Eichelberger, Cassandra Smallwood and Chantel Smallwood; one great-grandchild, Brandon Brown; a brother-in-law, Francis Milder; and a nephew, Tom Milder. He was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers, Donald and Bruce Rininsland, and one sister, June Milder.