In Memory of Jean Louis Heck - (February 6, 1944 - February 5, 2016)

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In Memory of Jean Louis Heck - (February 6, 1944 - February 5, 2016)


Michelson, Stuart, Financial Services Review


You may already be aware of Jean's passing recently on February 5, 2016, but I thought it was important that everyone that knew and loved Jean had access to information about Jean's life and final arrangements.

Jean was the 7th president of Academy of Financial Services during 1991-1992. He helped lay the foundation for our great organization and he stayed actively involved for over 25 years. Never one to slow down, Jean went on to found the Financial Education Associate and the Academy of Business Education. He launched three academic journals; the Journal of Financial Education, the Journal of the Academy of Business Education, and Advances in Financial Education, serving as the journal's editors for many years. He also served as President and Executive Director of these organizations until fairly recently, as he prepared for his transition. Both academic organizations held annual national conferences, which Jean founded and organized every year until this year. In Jean's memory, these conferences, organizations, and journals will continue long into the future. For more than 20 years Jean has been close friend and mentor to me and many others. I know he has touched many many lives both personally and professionally. As I've personally reflected about the great times and experiences with Jean, his memory has brought a warmth to my heart. I hope your memories of Jean also bring a sense of serenity as we celebrate his life.

I know Jean will be genuinely missed by all of us. Our sincere sympathies go out to his family and loved ones for this loss of our great friend.

Kindest regards,

Stuart Michelson

Jean Louis Heck - (February 6, 1944 - February 5, 2016)

U.S. Veteran Jean Louis Heck, 71, of Wayne, PA, husband of Nancy J. (nee Nagele) Heck, passed away at his home on February 5, 2016, one day short of his 72nd birthday. Born on February 6, 1944 in St. Louis, Missouri, he was the son of the late Louis J. and Martha J. (nee Caples) Heck.

He was a 1961 graduate of Northwest High School in House Springs, MO, and a United States Navy Veteran of the Vietnam War. …

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