Buckeye Firearms Association Mourns Loss of Jack Frontz
A Patriot went home to his final range on August 12, 2020.
Jack L. Frontz, a husband, lifetime NRA member, Buckeye Firearms Association Leader, and Faster Saves Lives Instructor, dedicated his life to the Second Amendment and the advancement of firearms training. Jack would meet you with his big smile or with a swift kick in the butt. He wasn't afraid to let you know what was on his mind.
Jack taught Physical Education for 35 years and retired from Coshocton City Schools. He also taught at the collegiate level at Ohio State and North Carolina. His passion and love was firearms training and instructing. He devoted an enormous amount of time and money to the Faster Saves Lives Program and the Foundation Classes.
His pride for the program was obvious and he was never shy to talk about how proud he was to be involved. Jack loved to teach others how to shoot. He was an Concealed Handgun License instructor, and trained countless citizens. Above all else, he was my friend with whom I enjoyed laughing, shooting, yelling and having a heart-to-heart talk.
Jack will be missed by Buckeye Firearms Association and Buckeye Firearms Foundation. As he would always tell me every time we said goodbye, "Stay Dangerous." I say to my friend Jack, in his shooting range in the sky, "Stay Dangerous my friend. You will be missed."