Jack Constant Passes Away
Jack Constant was honored with a lobster and steak dinner, hosted at his neighborhood gathering spot.
Jack is an increasingly popular name in the US. From 1980 to 2005 it ranked in the top ten, and its use continues to expand into 21st-century society.
Early Life and Education
He found joy in playing cards, attending music festivals, and organizing Senior Center dances during retirement. A member of the American Legion, Gary Constant is survived by his wife JoAnn of Chillicothe; two sons – Gary Constant and Randy Constant; three grandchildren: Aaron, Ashlyn and Reegan Jungert.
Jack has contributed substantially to religious and Christian education through a variety of means. As editor of an influential scholarly journal, leading conferences on its theme, and writing numerous books exploring its themes from both a bird’s eye view perspective as well as from within its community of faith, instruction, mission within its historical frameworks and educational theories he has had an enormous influence.
After his time in the military, he went back to school, earning both a paralegal degree and real estate license. Additionally, he pursued business interests by owning his own insurance agency near Lansing and earning central life underwriter certification.
He was an advocate of public education, universal healthcare and family values. Always ready for an adventure or challenge, he knew how to get things done efficiently and was one of life’s enduring figures.
David was active even during retirement; coaching the Nashua North Youth Dodgers baseball team and serving on what later became Southern New Hampshire Health System’s Board of Trustees was just another day for him. Maxine survived him, as did their children and grandchildren (who affectionately called him Opa). Also left behind are many friends and relatives.
Achievement and Honors
Jack was widely respected among his colleagues for his unwavering commitment to teaching, which earned him numerous teaching awards and professional accolades. He served on numerous committees while prioritizing student needs above any other commitments.
His research interests included developing peak detection algorithms for nanowire photodetectors. His interest was ignited during one of his co-op work placements at Waterloo students.
Attracted to social psychology due to his research expertise, Dr. Smith challenged norms of competition and exclusion within academia. As an unwavering mentor he generously opened up both his lab and heart to all who sought his guidance; serving as an inspirational figure. Visiting care homes regularly he showed both kindness and humility towards caretakers he encountered while always thanking them for their assistance with wishing them a good day – his visitations would always end on such positive note!
Jack lives with his wife Sasha and their dog Skye in an exquisite home in Manchester. They frequently share sneak peaks of their minimalist pad online.
Since publishing The Call of the Wild, Jack became a national phenomenon. His story became a symbol of freedom and rugged individualism for readers who sought out opportunities to meet him personally, dine with him or party alongside him.
Jack developed a deep interest in Socialism, the land, physical exercise and animal rights advocacy through Hands Across America. While he enjoyed fame at Kabletown despite not manufacturing tangible goods themselves; to address this dissatisfaction he convinced Kathy Geiss to give him her old office which he then converted into his own office complete with Kabletown sign on one assistant desk in the anteroom.
Jack Levin stands out amongst his social media peers with his impressive presence, but beyond this he also devotes considerable time and resources to charitable projects that demonstrate his dedication to making an impactful difference in this world.
Over his career, Jack has represented developers in an array of real estate transactions. These have included construction loans and permanent mortgages as well as low-income housing tax credits, affordable housing bonds and other financing arrangements.
He currently resides at Ripple Drive in Grand Haven, Michigan with his wife Julia Power Becker and children Avery and Elizabeth. He is an ardent supporter of G. Gordon Liddy and considers himself to be his ‘Liddy Dole’; together they occasionally hold baby leadership conferences; often speaking disparagingly of most demographics including Northern liberals and Southern conservatives in one sentence.