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Jack H. Ward

Eucharistic Minister for Decades

St. John Regional Catholic School

HQ Phone:  (301) 662-6722

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St. John Regional Catholic School

8414 Opossumtown Pike

Frederick, Maryland,21702

United States

Company Description

St. John Regional Catholic School provides a Christ-centered environment and an exemplary education to each and every student within the framework of the Gospel and the traditions of the Catholic Church. The goal of our faith community is to develop future lea...more

Background Information

Employment History

Chief Executive Officer

Hanes Group


Affiliations

Hawaiian Studies

Founder


Iaorana Tahiti

Board Member


Atlantic Capital Bank

Board Member


Goizueta Business School at Emory University

Member of the Advisory Board


Salem College

Board of Trustees


Northern Virginia Relic Hunters Association

Board Member


Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre

Member of Foundation Board


Georgia Chamber of Commerce

Board Member


Cure

Board of Advisors


Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce

Board Member


ActX, Inc.

Board Member


CCAA

Board Member


Caribbean Latin American Action

Board Member


Apparel and Footwear Industry

Board Member


AAFA

Board Member


Robert C. Goizueta Business School At Emory University

Member of the Advisory Boards


Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina

Member of the Board of Visitors


The Georgian Club

Board Member


Lanier Worldwide , Inc.

Board Member


Education

Wake Forest University


Bachelor of Science

Cornell University


MBA degree

Cornell University


Master of Arts degree

Pacific Anthropology

University of Hawai'i at Mãnoa


PhD

Cornell University


post graduate theological degrees


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Welcome to St John's School, Rangeway Geraldton

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Donor Story - Jack Ward - A Gift for Languages and Support for Family

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Jack Ward
After 42 years of teaching French Polynesian and Balinese languages at UH Mãnoa and across the globe, Jack Haven Ward decided it was time to spend more time with his wife Ethel and family and officially retired in 2010. Though retired, he continued to teach his classes "manuahi" (for free) until Spring of 2012. And now, through philanthropy, his love and commitment to instruction is a legacy that will live on forever through the Jack Haven Ward Graduate Scholarship in Indo-Pacific Languages. Working with the UH Foundation to commemorate his retirement, Jack made both an immediate gift to launch the scholarship fund and a deferred gift through a charitable gift annuity agreement with UHF for his wife Ethel to grow the fund. Regarding his deferred gift plan Jack says "I chose to add to the gift with a gift annuity agreement because it not only adds to impact of the endowment but gives my wife Ethel the security of increased retirement income with great tax benefits for us today." "My goal is to perpetuate instruction at UH Manoa in Tahitian and other Polynesian languages of French Polynesia and in Balinese and enable graduate students with serious professional involvement in the study of the communities where these languages are spoken to continue their studies. - Jack Ward Jack was born in Topeka, Kansas in 1929 and was educated there through high school. In addition to UHM, Jack has held teaching positions in the Philippines, Japan, and Cornell University. During Jack's tenure as UHM faculty he taught the languages of Tahiti, Hawai'i, and Bali and gave instruction to special students in Marquesan, Tuamotuan, Mangarevan and Rapan. He also served as an Adjunct Professor at the Université de la Polynésie Française ("UPF") in Tahiti teaching Hawaiian to students in the Reo Ma'ohi Program. He was responsible for the establishment of the Tahitian Language Program at UHM and was instrumental in setting up and maintaining the exchange agreement between UHM and UPF. He also headed the committee that established the Hawaiian Studies major at UHM and served as the first director of the Hawaiian Studies Program. More than a classroom scholar, Jack's community service has included establishing and serving as board member of Iaorana Tahiti, an organization serving the greater Tahitian community in Hawai'i. He is a life-long Episcopalian and has served his church as a Lay Reader and Eucharistic Minister for decades at St. John's by the Sea in Kahalu'u, O'ahu. He retired from the US Navy with the rank of Commander. His love of the sea includes extensive experience on private sailing voyages in the Pacific on which he served variously as mate, navigator and skipper. With his gifts to create an endowment that supports study of Polynesian and Balinese languages at UH Mãnoa, Jack Ward has not only ensured continued study of the languages he so loves, but will leave a legacy his family can be proud of and future UH students can benefit from forever. From an interview with Jack Ward


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Jack H. Ward, UH alumnus, donor and retired UH Mãnoa professor of French Polynesian and Balinese languages retired from teaching in 2012 after 42 years of teaching at UH and across the globe.
After 42 years of teaching French Polynesian and Balinese languages at UH Mãnoa and across the globe, Jack Haven Ward decided it was time to spend more time with his wife Ethel and family and officially retired in 2010. Though retired, he continued to teach his classes "manuahi" (for free) until Spring of 2012. And now, through philanthropy, his love and commitment to instruction is a legacy that will live on forever through the Jack Haven Ward Graduate Scholarship in Indo-Pacific Languages. Working with the UH Foundation to commemorate his retirement, Jack made both an immediate gift to launch the scholarship fund and a deferred gift through a charitable gift annuity agreement with UHF for his wife Ethel to grow the fund. Jack says "my goal is to perpetuate instruction at UH Mãnoa in Tahitian and other Polynesian languages of French Polynesia and in Balinese and enable graduate students with serious professional involvement in the study of the communities where these languages are spoken to continue their studies. Regarding his deferred gift plan Jack says "I chose to add to the gift with a gift annuity agreement because it not only adds to impact of the endowment but gives my wife Ethel the security of increased retirement income with great tax benefits for us today." Jack was born in Topeka, Kansas in 1929 and was educated there through high school. His undergraduate education was at the University of Kansas and Yale University. His love and exploration of the wider world began in 1951 with service in the U.S. Navy and the Korean War. The Navy brought him to Hawaii and it became "home." Jack's long association with the University of Hawai'i at Mãnoa ("UHM") began when he obtained his Master of Arts degree from UHM in Pacific Anthropology, followed by his PhD from Cornell University in General Linguistics and Southeast Asian studies. With his MA thesis and PHD dissertation he began his lifetime focus on Polynesian and Austronesian languages and travel in French Polynesia and Asia. In addition to UHM, Jack has held teaching positions in the Philippines, Japan, and Cornell University. During Jack's tenure as UHM faculty he taught the languages of Tahiti, Hawai'i, and Bali and gave instruction to special students in Marquesan, Tuamotuan, Mangarevan and Rapan. He also served as an Adjunct Professor at the Université de la Polynésie Française ("UPF") in Tahiti teaching Hawaiian to students in the Reo Ma'ohi Program. He was responsible for the establishment of the Tahitian Language Program at UHM and was instrumental in setting up and maintaining the exchange agreement between UHM and UPF. He also headed the committee that established the Hawaiian Studies major at UHM and served as the first director of the Hawaiian Studies Program. More than a classroom scholar, Jack's community service has included establishing and serving as board member of Iaorana Tahiti, an organization serving the greater Tahitian community in Hawai'i. He is a life-long Episcopalian and has served his church as a Lay Reader and Eucharistic Minister for decades at St. John's by the Sea in Kahalu'u, O'ahu. He retired from the US Navy with the rank of Commander. His love of the sea includes extensive experience on private sailing voyages in the Pacific on which he served variously as mate, navigator and skipper. With his gifts to create an endowment that supports study of Polynesian and Balinese languages at UH Mãnoa, Jack Ward has not only ensured continued study of the languages he so loves, but will leave a legacy his family can be proud of and future UH students can benefit from forever.


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