Jack was born Sept. 9, 1935, in Oak Park, Ill. He died May 25, 2022. 

He grew up outside of Chicago, graduated from Culver Military Academy, Princeton, and Northwestern’s Kellogg Business School. At Princeton he majored in chemical engineering and joined Quadrangle Club. His senior-year roommates were Dick Brown, Dave Hinchman, and John Stennis.

Throughout his career he worked mainly in the financial sector and in the oil and gas industry. He lived in New York City, London, Los Angeles, Houston, and Ketchum, Idaho. John was passionate about many things: his Christian faith, travel, classical music, books, canoeing, golf, horse racing, the Houston Texans, and the Chicago Cubs. He was a founding member of a Houston literary club and active in Presbyterian churches in Houston and Ketchum.

John is survived by his wife, Jaclyn, as well as his children, stepchildren, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. We have lost a highly intelligent, loyal member of the class. 

Undergraduate Class of 1957