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John Brock

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Waikiki Aquarium

HQ Phone:  (808) 923-9741

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Waikiki Aquarium

2777 Kalakaua Ave.

Honolulu, Hawaii,96815

United States

Company Description

The Waikiki Aquarium also utilizes its husbandry expertise and facilities to actively support the research of scientists and students at the University of Hawaii and other higher learning institutions.Recent or ongoing projects include studies of the deepest k...more

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Brock House

mtrain.com [cached]

Born August 20, 1925 into a sea-faring family, Jack Brock was preceded by four generations of Brocks holding their captain's papers for American vessels.
He served honorably in the U. S. Navy during World War II. After that, he trained in the fine Arts and pursued a career as a painter. At one time, he had his own school of Art in Marietta, Georgia. Upon moving to Hawaii in the 1960s and becoming a pioneer SCUBA diver, he became the collector for the Waikiki Aquarium, holding that position for several years. Still painting today, his landscapes, nudes, and still lifes can be found in art collections across America. Since his father and grandfather are both remembered as great raconteurs, his story telling abilities may be inherited. In any event, this writing was a labor of love in both the researching of his familys history and the filling in of some gaps. Bare annals fail to show motivation for historical events but when the characters are fleshed out, as they are here, they begin to make sense. Jack Brock has written quite a tale while illuminating scenes of American history! Jack Brock


About SRM - SRM Presidents

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During 1987 Miller worked with Advisory Council Chairman John Brock to coordinate Section activities.
Jack and his wife Jan are both life members of SRM. He has been a member of the New Mexico, International Mountain, California and Colorado Sections and was President of the New Mexico Section. Parent Society activities, before his presidency, included chairing the Public Affairs Committee and Advisory Council and three years on the Board of Directors. Jack served 4 years in the U.S. Navy prior to obtaining a B.S. degree in range management from Colorado State University in 1958. His government career spanned 34 years after which he retired as Director of Range Management for the Pacific Southwest Region of the Forest Service. He now makes his home on a small farm in western Colorado.


Brock House

Born August 20, 1925 into a sea-faring family, Jack Brock was preceded by four generations of Brocks holding their captain's papers for American vessels.
He served honorably in the U. S. Navy during World War II. After that, he trained in the fine Arts and pursued a career as a painter. At one time, he had his own school of Art in Marietta, Georgia. Upon moving to Hawaii in the 1960¹s and becoming a pioneer SCUBA diver, he became the collector for the Waikiki Aquarium, holding that position for several years. Still painting today, his landscapes, nudes, and still lifes can be found in art collections across America. Since his father and grandfather are both remembered as great raconteurs, his story telling abilities may be inherited. In any event, this writing was a labor of love in both the researching of his family¹s history and the filling in of some gaps. Bare annals fail to show motivation for historical events but when the characters are fleshed out, as they are here, they begin to make sense. Jack Brock has written quite a tale while illuminating scenes of American history! Jack Brock


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