Jack Gilmore – A Man of Many Talents
Jack is an extremely accomplished HR professional with vast experience in Employee Relations, Recruitment and Training. In addition, he excels at working with clients on matters relating to Employee Wellness and Employee Engagement.
Dennis Dugan has worked with Sandler on numerous movies (such as I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry, Big Daddy and You Don’t Mess With the Zohan), so his direction of this predictable comedy film shouldn’t come as any surprise.
Early Life and Education
Jack Gilmore grew up in Oil City, Pennsylvania. From kindergarten through eighth grade he rode his pony or walked one-half mile to Valley Brook Country School at Valley Brook Farm until graduating into Overbrook Rural High School in 1988.
Gilmore received a Bachelor’s of Chemistry and Engineering from Lamar University before going on to earn a Ph.D. in organic chemistry from Indiana University.
His teaching career started at Fort Scott Community College when it was housed in one building on Main Street and taught sophomore biology classes.
He and his wife share an interest in working on model trains and are avid Pittsburgh Steelers supporters. Additionally, Z’Tejas and Jack Allen’s Kitchen both serve foods from local farms, ranchers, and purveyors.
Gilmore has spent his professional career serving in a range of Human Resource Leadership positions at large manufacturing facilities and business corporate headquarters, in addition to extensive Employee and Labor Relations experience. Furthermore, he is often invited to speak at HR conferences. Additionally, he is an author.
Erwin Adams and Keydata Corporation. He has extensive expertise in systems programming and performance evaluation. A member of Cambridge Who’s Who, Erwin is widely acknowledged for his contributions to human resource management worldwide.
He is a co-owner of several Austin restaurants including Jack Allen’s Kitchen and Salt Traders Coastal Cooking, in his free time he enjoys running and cycling – his wakeup time being 5:30 each morning wherein he consumes two pieces of sourdough toast with butter and coffee before embarking on his workouts.
Achievement and Honors
Gilmore held the Deanship of Case Western Reserve University’s Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences during which time he instituted several initiatives such as creating an undergraduate social work minor, adding six research and training centers, raising a record-shattering $44 Million Capital Campaign, and increasing endowed scholarships by over 400%.
Gilmore is hosting a Super Bowl party for his friends near Marble Falls, an hour outside Austin, in his home near Marble Falls. Guests will experience a feast that demonstrates his care and respect for their people-first restaurants – Jack Allen’s Kitchen and Salt Traders Coastal Cooking – that put their guests first, including donations to food banks and nonprofits in their community; plus they pride themselves on using ingredients sourced locally as well as regional flavors when providing comfort food with regional flair.
Jack Gilmore is a man of many talents. Not only is he an accomplished thespian, he has also served his community through coaching football and basketball as well as teaching drivers’ education at Fort Scott High School. Additionally, his tireless work ethic puts his family’s best interest at the forefront.
He spends his free time tending to vegetable and flower gardens at both his Overbrook home and on the campus of FSCC, and is committed to the preservation of Valley Brook Cemetery directly across from his house, where his parents, two siblings, and 21 other relatives are interred.
His and Kamm’s restaurant company–comprising Jack Allen’s Kitchen, Salt Traders Coastal Cooking, and Jack Allen’s Oak Hill–has been running successfully for 10 years. Now with four locations of Jack Allen’s Kitchen as well as one location each for its seafood-oriented sister restaurants.
Gilmore Girls remains one of the few television shows that remains in people’s memories even long after its final episode has aired. Amy Sherman-Palladino’s groundbreaking series not only entertained audiences but also launched many talented actors’ careers like Milo Ventimiglia, Liza Weil and Alexis Bledel’s careers.
Marble Falls’ family home was a labor of love for a couple who spent weekends building it from reclaimed wood and other materials, featuring a spacious open kitchen that’s great for hosting friends and family.
Home features pool and hot tub in backyard for ultimate relaxation after long day at work. Home currently up for sale at $1 million by her sister Molly who works as interior designer in Los Angeles.