The House That Jack Built: Memories
by Aline Coutu
At age fifty one, Jack Coutu died of a brain tumor, leaving a legacy of family and friends behind. The House That Jack Built: Memories is the beginning of this legacy, a celebration of Jacks life, written with love by his mother.
From Jacks complex and frustrating childhood to his realization of self and satisfaction as an adult, Aline Coutu writes with a heart of love and a mind of honesty. Here we find Jack in all the small things; here we discover how many lives he has truly touched. Here, we find a little hope in ourselves and learn it is not too late to build our own home of love, with the boards and nails of family and friends.
About the Author
Aline Coutu was inspired to write this book as a memorial to her son, Jack Coutu. She is proud of her accomplishment and dedicated to capturing his memory for others.
In her spare time, Aline enjoys playing the piano for the South County Hospital and the organ for Sunday masses.
(2012, paperback, 66 pages)