Jack was born in Brooklyn, New York, where his immigrant father, Abraham Osipowitz, and his mother, Esther Goldberg, owned a delicatessen. His parents immigrated to the United States from Antipolia, Poland. Jack chose social work as a profession as he felt it was the best way he could directly help people, and, therefore, his first emphasis was clinical social work.
After more experience, Jack realized that there were broad problems that needed attention if a person wanted to do good work in the world. Attorney General Robert F. Jack joined the faculty at the School of Social Work as its third dean in He was dean from to , and professor from to During his twenty-eight years at The University, he transformed the School of Social Work from a small fledgling graduate M. Jack worked effectively with The University and with the Council on Social Work Education to build academic programs at every level that exceeded existing national standards.
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Otis was instrumental in establishing national standards for the accreditation of undergraduate social work education. For several years, he was a site visitor and member of the Council on Social Work Education Commission on Accreditation. When asked his opinion of what America needed to do to continue to be great, Dr. Otis continued to support the school and its students up to the time of his passing. He was also instrumental in the creation of the veterans memorial at Raymond Park Middle School and organized the Memorial Day service at the school each year with help from the American Legion.
Jack married the love of his life, the late Nancy E.
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Hollis Hensley, on March 28, Together they raised three loving children. Jack is preceded in death by his parents and beloved wife along with his brothers Bill and Tony and sisters Margaret, Mildred, Norma, and Helen. Washington St.
There are few things more difficult than dealing with the loss of a loved one. I am honored that you have chosen our family to care for your family during this time. Jack was a very loyal Continental. He loved and served the alumni of Washington High in Indianapolis for many years. Jack was such a caring cousin to my mother, Betty Slentz Poole. I can only imagine what it was like when he and his siblings would be with mother and her sisters and brothers, Dot, Jean, Albert and Don. My prayers are with you all as you grieve the loss of Jack.
Becky Poole Burgess-Osher. I was in the service with Jack and later became acquainted again through church. He was a good example of patriotism, family man, citizenship and Christian. He was a wonderful man to know. May he RIP. What a treasure Jack was for us in Warren Township! My husband worked with Jack for many years at Western Electric.
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He always spoke so highly of him — what a really, truly nice man Jack was. Then I met him through the American Legion where they meet at Seros. They kindly let the wives eat with all the men and then leave them to conduct their business. I was privileged to get to know Jack then.
Such a kind, really sweet man!
He will be missed at the meetings and by so many people. Sending you our prayers at this difficult time.