Jack Gohn, 82, beloved husband, father, and friend will be remembered always for his creativity, laughter, and ability to never act his age.  Jack was born in Goshen, Indiana. After high school he followed the family tradition and attended the Bradley School of Horology in Peoria, Illinois.  By doing this, he became the fourth generation of Gohn’s to attend that school and become a jeweler, watchmaker, and engraver. After getting married to the love of his life, Bev, he entered the Army and was stationed in Germany for a while before heading back to Goshen and entering the family trade at Gohn’s Jewelers. In addition, he was active in the Masonic Lodge and the Shrine Temple in various ways including everything from riding small motorcycles to becoming a clown. In the early 70’s, Jack moved his family to Texas for a few years to put his gemology expertise to work sorting diamonds for Gordon’s Jewelers.  Longing for a more creative outlet, the Gohn’s moved to Billings, Montana where Jack opened Lee-Joyce Jewelers where he designed custom jewelry, and award-winning sculptures. In later years, he remained creative through engraving and pottery. He loved learning, and was meticulous about details. He enjoyed connecting with other artists and craftsmen and picking their brains to gain new knowledge. Jack believed “Art is in the eye of the beholder.” Jack himself was a one-of-a-kind work of art that once visited, will never be forgotten. He is survived by his brother Richard (Mary Lou); his wife of sixty years, Bev; his sister-in-law, Karen; and his daughters, Sandy and Pam (Dale).