At Princeton he majored in English and took his meals at Elm Club. His roommates included Steve Cohen, Dick Phillips, Smitty Becker, and Scott Faulkner. He earned an MBA from Dartmouth’s Tuck School in 1967, and then served in the Navy in Vietnam.
Returning stateside, he worked at Citibank in New York City, spending his career there in major cities around the world, reorganizing and upgrading their corporate loan departments. During a wine-country trip in Northern California, Smitty and Linda Becker introduced him to Sally Kinley, and they were married Jan. 1, 1989, to make sure that he got a full year’s benefit out of the marital penalty associated with income taxes.
He moved frequently and enjoyed renovating his various homes, finally retiring and building from scratch a home in Las Vegas, overlooking the “Vegas Strip,” where Sally lives now.
A connoisseur of good food and wine, Jack maintained his wonderful sense of humor through his long illness and remained involved in the financial world until his death. The class sends its condolences to Sally and all of Jack’s relatives and friends.