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health and fitness center executive

Jack Leland Clark, American health and fitness center executive. Achievements include invention of kicking toe football conversions. Member of Physical Fitness Association America, Kona Kai Club (San Diego), La Jolla Beach and Tennis Club.

Background

Clark, Jack Leland was born on October 11, 1930 in San Bernardino, California, United States. Son of Lealand Quency and Faye Lorretta (Vaughn) Kindstrom.

Education

Student, San Bernardino Valley College, 1950. Student, University Redlands, 1954.

Career

With Santa Fe R.R., 1954-1956. Executive vice president Vic Tanny International, New York City, and California, 1956-1962. Founder, president Chicago Health Clubs, since 1962.

Executive vice president Health & Tennis Corporation, Chicago and California, since 1970. President Health Spa Finance. Vice-president, director Finco Corporation, Detroit.

Partner, investor Richard Simmons Anatomy Asylum.

Achievements

  • Achievements include invention of kicking toe football conversions.

Membership

Member Physical Fitness Association American. Clubs: LaJolla Beach and Tennis, Kona Kai (San Diego). Inventor governor's working bench Santa Fe R.R., kicking toe for football conversions.

Connections

Married Marcella Newton Clark, 1951 (divorced). Children: Jack L., Larry, Colleen. Married Lee D. Clark, November 4, 1973.

father:
Lealand Quency Kindstrom

mother:
Faye Loretta (Vaughn) Kindstrom

spouse:
Marcella Newton Clark

spouse:
Lee D. Clark

child:
Jack L. Clark

child:
Larry Clark

child:
Colleen Clark