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John Paul Feiock, American academic administrator. Certified teacher, Indiana. Named Kentucky Colonel, Governor State Kentucky, 1982, Honorary Secretary State, State Indiana, 1982, Commodore of Port, Mayor City of Jeffersonville, Indiana, 1983, Jerusalem Pilgrim, Mayor Jerusalem, 1984.


Feiock, John Paul was born on January 11, 1944 in Waukegan, Illinois, United States. Son of Paul Edward and Lillian Pauline (Ellis) Feiock.


Bachelor of Science, Georgetown College, Kentucky, 1967. Master of Science, Indiana University, 1971. Master of Arts, Webster University, 1987.


Teacher, coach South Harrison School Corporation, Laconia, Indiana, 1969-1979. Supervisor Contel of Indiana, Scottsburg, 1979-1980. Coordinator Webster University, St. Louis, 1980-1986, senior program director graduate center, educator economics and business administration, since 1986.

Adjunct instructor Vincennes University, Indiana, 1974-1979, University Kentucky, since 1981, McKendree College, Louisville, 1985.


  • Certified teacher, Indiana.


Baptism should only be administered to individuals who are capable of understanding the true meaning of the rite and also capable of understanding faith.


Every Christian should seek to bring industry, government, and society as a whole under the sway of the principles of righteousness, truth, and brotherly love.


The strong feature of Baptism is the role of local people take for the fabric of church buildings and manses and for the handling of money.


Member Leadership Clark County, Indiana, 1984. Member American Society for Training and Development, Indiana Chamber of Commerce, Southern Indiana Chamber of Commerce, Louisville Chamber of Commerce, Elks, Rotary.


  • Other Interests

    Avocation: golf.


Children: Kristin, Holly.

Paul Edward Feiock

Lillian Pauline (Ellis) Feiock

Kristin Feiock

Holly Feiock