John Deeb is an award-winning commercial photographer and director/DP with degrees from UCF in advertising/public relations and film with a specialty in computer animation. He likes to challenge himself creatively and bring ideas that may not always work on commercial productions – such as his recent music video for indie rocker Matt Pond.
Early Life and Education
Early childhood experiences have a lasting effect on children’s ability to learn, behave and maintain health throughout adulthood. This is because those formative years provide them with physical, social and emotional opportunities that will shape who they become as adults.
Therefore, many are committed to giving the next generation of children an advantage for success in life – this includes parents, educators and policymakers alike.
One of the most renowned early childhood educators was Friedrich Froebel, a German philosopher widely considered to have founded kindergarten. He advocated that learning should take place through play rather than formal instruction and was known for his enthusiasm for sensory play.
Deeb began his professional baseball journey after graduating from Notre Dame and receiving Tommy John surgery to reconstruct his left elbow. Initially playing summer collegiate ball in the Old North State League, Deeb then pursued professional baseball until an opportunity presented itself.
Deeb hit.352 during his time with the Thunderbirds, notching 10 doubles, one triple, three homers and 43 RBIs in 44 games. Additionally, he made 192 plate appearances for a.427 on-base percentage.
Deeb was a part-time member of Shimmer Women Athletes from 2006-2008, competing in several matches including her debut match at Volume 5 where she lost to Amber O’Neal. On Volume 6, Deeb reversed Lexie Fyfe’s Attitude Adjuster into a roll-up pin for victory.
Achievements and Honors
John deeb is an acclaimed and esteemed music educator. His professional accomplishments have earned him many honors and awards, and he is a member of the National Association for Music Education, Connecticut Music Educators Association and Phi Beta Mu.
His career at Western Connecticut State University has spanned four decades, and he has held numerous positions within the music faculty. He has taught music at both college and high school levels.
He has served as band director at both middle and high schools, coordinator of music K-12, and Coordinator of Visual and Performing Arts for Region #10. In recognition of his accomplishments, he received the Centurion Award and was named “Alumni High School Band Director of the Year” by Western Connecticut State University’s music department.
John Deeb has a full personal life and an incredibly close family. Survived by his wife Jeanie Deeb; son John; daughters Leila and Cory; sisters Kristie Lee (Jonathan Lee), Tonya Deeb and Julia D. Demetree; brothers Michael J. and George J.; plus numerous nephews, nieces, and cousins he never knew, John is survived by all those he loves most: family!
He was born on March 1, 1986 in Byron, Florida and is an American professional poker player who has won three World Championship of Online Poker (WCOOP) player of the year titles and five WSOP bracelets.
He is a retired professional wrestler who competed for several organizations such as World Wrestling Alliance, Ring of Honor and OVW. Additionally, he worked for Shimmer Women Athletes promotion. Additionally, he participated in the inaugural Mae Young Classic tournament but lost in the second round.
John Deeb is an American television personality, writer and filmmaker with a net worth of $5 million. He’s best known for his roles on The Pauses: Go North (2011), The Sleuth Incident (2008) and On Being Your Average Joe (2005).
John Deeb’s net worth is determined by his earnings from a career as a TV host and actor. He has appeared on many shows, such as The Sleuth Incident, Road Tested With Bobby, and Home for Dinner with Jamie Deen; additionally he writes for several magazines and newspapers. John currently resides with his wife in Albany, Georgia at their two-story house where their median household income is estimated between $50-74K; they have no children together and the estimated value of their home is between $200-249K.