Jack Roberts is the author of Truck Tech, a blog dedicated to advanced trucking technology. Since 1995, his topics of focus have included trucks and their components, telematics systems, autonomous vehicles and more.
He was often compassionate towards those in need and would play basketball with former inmates at Monroe County Jail every week before employing them at his appliance stores.
Early Life and Education
Jack Roberts was an outstanding student as evidenced by his many awards during high school. The 1967 yearbook listed him as one of two senior “Most Likely to Succeed”. Additionally, he participated in choir and drama groups while wrestling, earning himself a Regional Championship title.
After graduating law school, Roberts clerked for judges on federal appeals courts and the Supreme Court. Later he practiced law at Hogan & Hartson in Washington D.C. before joining President George H.W. Bush’s Justice Department as principal deputy solicitor general from 1989 to 1993.
As part of his personal life, Mr. Alper has maintained an extensive roster of charitable activities. He serves on the boards of multiple non-profits – Humane Society of Austin & Travis County, Goodland Catholic School, Children’s Cancer Center and KLRU among them.
Jack was an All-SEC selection in both football and baseball during his college athletic career, earning USILA All-America and Scholar All-America recognitions as an academic star.
Roberts became well-known in the ring for his intense promos, dark charismatic persona and use of psychology in matches. He is widely credited with developing the DDT that was later utilized against rivals such as Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat to devastating effect.
Roberts moved in with Diamond Dallas Page in 2012 in order to get his life under control after years of substance abuse, and has reportedly since been clean and sober, training for another wrestling run.
Achievement and Honors
Jack Roberts made significant contributions to physical organic chemistry throughout his scientific career, authoring over 300 papers and making significant advances. He pioneered nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (NMR) as an analytical technique in organic chemistry – becoming one of its major uses today.
At Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Maryland, he led programs for structural analysis and the creation of lifelike human body models. Additionally, he has conducted research in composite materials, biomechanics and tribology.
Roberts has distinguished himself both professionally and athletically, serving as captain for three sports at Missouri State and being honored as an All-America selection by USILA. Most recently he led them to back-to-back conference championship victories this year.
Jack Roberts is an internationally acclaimed painter who specializes in Cowboy/Frontier art. Born in Oklahoma, he moved to western Colorado in 1947 in search of creative inspiration – working as a railroad bridge gang worker and ranch ditch rider had an impactful influence on his early works.
As well as his academic career, Dr. Haigh was active in politics and public service – serving as an advisor for Bob Bullock before working at the Comptroller’s office for 10 years before opening up his own governmental affairs practice.
He led the Bears to two Missouri Valley Conference regular-season championships during his coaching tenure and saw several student-athletes earn first-team All-Conference accolades and one ASUN Freshman of the Year recognition. He is survived by his wife Patricia and their children.
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Privately, Roberts lives with his wife Jane Sullivan Roberts and their two children. He and Jane share a strong family bond and strive to strike a balance between personal and professional lives. After over two decades together as husband and wife, they continue to enjoy time spent with their family, particularly grandchildren; together they value education as essential to life success.