Jack Benefield

Jack Benefield

Jack Benfield hails from a family with eight other siblings. Throughout his life he has become widely recognized for his expertise as a masonry contractor, working on numerous commercial projects in Tampa.

He was among the pioneers in marketing thin-wall electrical metal conduit (EMT) in the United States. Additionally, he is an author who has published multiple books about EMT.

Early Life and Education

Doctors told his father upon his son’s birth that it may never walk or attend school, however the March of Dimes came to his aid and had surgery performed on him to address this condition.

Fyffe High School and Jacksonville State University were his educational destinations where he earned his Master’s degree. Following this, he started coaching his alma mater’s football team as an assistant varsity coach before eventually taking over as head junior high coach.

Benefield Elementary first opened for classes at 970 McElvaney Lane in Lawrenceville in 1982 to relieve overcrowding at Lawrenceville Elementary, Gwin Oaks Elementary, Dyer Elementary, Bethesda Elementary and B.B. Harris Elementary schools. Since 2015 it has become part of Discovery Cluster along with Discovery High School Richards Middle School Baggett Elementary and Alford Elementary schools; its mascot is the Buccaneer and school colors navy blue and light grey.

Professional Career

Fyffe High school’s current head football coach Paul Benefield just led them to an undefeated regular season (10-0), their 13th overall (13-0) and sixth 15-0 season since 2014. Paul Benefield graduated from Fyffe high school in 1976 before earning both his undergraduate degree at Jacksonville State University (BA ’80) and master’s (MA’81).

He enjoyed weekday luncheons with close friends, traveling across both the U.S. and Mexico by plane, playing tennis, reading books and puzzles, as well as watching television. A proud Democrat, he took great pleasure in voting by mail for President Obama. Peggy Benefield Hinckley survives him, as well as several nieces and nephews; there will be a memorial service held Tuesday at 11:00 a.m. at Community Memorial Funeral Home.

Achievement and Honors

Honors Day spans two days and features nearly 300 awards and scholarships, with Noah Grady receiving one of the most coveted accolades at Honors Day – The Allen-Ray Award is named in memory of Senator James B. Allen who passed away, as well as former Exchange Bank of Alabama CEO Jack Ray who previously held this title.

Paul Benefield, Fyffe High School’s current head football coach was honored with induction into the Alabama High School Sports Hall of Fame. Under his tutelage, Fyffe High won two Class 2A state titles and enjoyed six perfect 15-0 seasons during Paul Benefield’s six year stint.

Jess Benefield never set out to become a restaurateur; rather her path just unfolded this way. Today she co-owns Two Ten Jack in East Nashville; originally hailing from Panama City Florida where she began working in restaurants during her teenage years.

Personal Life

Jack Benefield enjoyed spending his free time dining out with friends, playing bass guitar in his church band and traveling. Additionally, he loved reading and puzzles as well as tennis and bridge. A proud yellow dog Democrat by registration, Jack cast his ballot via mail voting. Survivors include sister-in-law Peggy Benefield; nieces Sally Benefield Hinckley and Cindy Barber Benefield as well as nephews Jeff, Mike, Bill Benefield – in addition to several grandnieces and nephews and nieces and nephews and grandnieces and nephews; plus several grandnieces and nephews

In 2005, he established the Two Ten Jack restaurant chain, with locations in East Nashville and Chattanooga. Additionally, he owns The Green Pheasant, a highly-respected eatery in South Broward (SoBro). Together with his wife Jess, they co-own The Oakroom upscale steakhouse in Nashville as co-owners with him serving on its board of directors; also an avid disc golfer, playing tournaments across Florida and Georgia.

Net Worth

He found great pleasure in attending weekday luncheons with friends, traveling and playing tennis and bridge. In his free time he enjoyed reading books and crossword puzzles as well as enjoying a good joke or two. A proud “yellow dog” Democrat, he took great satisfaction from receiving mail-in ballots through the mail. His legacy lives on in his sister June Benefield Hinckley as well as nieces Sally Hinckley Boyle (Sally), Carolyn Hinckley Boyle and Nancy Hinckley Neill; as well as nine grand-nieces and nephews (Nancy Hinckley Neill).

David Benefield currently boasts an estimated net worth of $5 Million. Learn about his career, family life, height and height! Additionally find out his other names, birthdate, salary, wiki page and interesting facts about him! Among other achievements he is best known as founder of Two Ten Jack in East Nashville as well as partner/owner in Green Pheasant and several other restaurants.

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