Jack Stepp

Jack Stepp – Capturing Life’s Moments and One-Of-A-Kind Junctures With His Camera

Jack loved his family fiercely. He never missed sporting events or school activities of theirs and enjoyed photographing unique parts of nature with his camera – from black and white film exploration to digitally photographing weddings, events, portraits, products, homes, artworks and drones, Jack has experienced many turns in his photography career.

Early Life and Education

Jack Stepp has dedicated over three decades to capturing unforgettable moments and events in nature’s raw beauty, whether that means music videos, live concerts, sporting events or weddings using both film and digital technology. His camera has captured music videos, live concerts and sporting events both digitally and filmographically; weddings, products portraits art homes properties via drone; even our Milky Way Galaxy and its glorious core!

He had one daughter, Janie Conard of Arden and four grandchildren. He was a proud and passionate father and grandfather who attended all his grandchild’s sporting events or special occasions with passion. Additionally he belonged to Fletcher First Baptist Church as a member. Additionally he served on the Henderson County Emergency Service and Disaster Response as a volunteer and also held board membership at Western Wyoming Stock Growers Association. He loved every event or sports team his grandchildren participated in with pride and passion.

Professional Career

Jack Stepp was known for capturing life’s most precious and unforgettable moments through photography – from newspapers in northern Kennebec county, product and event photography, and using drone photography.

He was an accomplished college track and field athlete, winning WIAC individual championships in both 110-meter indoor and 220-meter outdoor races during his four years at UW-Whitewater. Additionally, he contributed to winning 4×110- and 4-x400 relay teams on campus.

Now as Arkansas wide receivers coach, he is quickly building his reputation as an elite recruiter. Within just six weeks of joining Arkansas he has signed seven 4-star prospects; these include Treylon Burks, Trey Knox, TQ Jackson, Shamar Nash Darin Turner and Raheim Sanders to name just a few.

Achievement and Honors

Stepp was a student at RPI who held numerous school records both in football and track and field. A gifted athlete, Stepp captained his mile relay team during senior year and had a half-mile time of 1:54.4 that set an RPI school record.

Stepp was awarded the Jack Felton Gold Medal by the Institute for Public Relations for her outstanding leadership and dedication in championing research, measurement, and evaluation in public relations practice. This award honors IPR founder Jack Felton (deceased).

Personal Life

Jack Stepp has an array of interests. In his free time he enjoys fabricating, woodworking, barbecuing, men’s slow-pitch softball, photography (capturing memorable events or natural landmarks through camera lenses and drone photography) as well as photography weddings products art and homes ( both through traditional methods as well as drone).

He has also been active with local Southern Baptist churches wherever he has resided, helping fund, equip, and establish new church libraries.

Lon Stepp ranched successfully along Fontenelle Creek in western Wyoming during the 1950s before his property and those of many others was submerged to form Fontenelle Reservoir. Many descendants still reside nearby, with several serving on county boards and commissions or serving as mayor of La Barge.

Net Worth

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In 1978, FMCC Milwaukee district manager Pat Barrett informed Stepp and other JWI stockholders that they were considered undercapitalized based on an analysis of tangible base capital (TBC). Stepp and other JWI stockholders testified they were unaware of how TBC was calculated, believing their dealership to be adequately capitalized.

Jack Stepp currently resides in Cleburne, Texas with two of his children and four of his grandchildren. In his free time he enjoys gardening and spending time with his family as well as traveling and watching sports events.

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