Linda Jack announces retirement

grossman & jack

One of the
most respected
and connected
agents in the
Chicago community
will work her last day
on April 30

After working over 40 years working as an Agent in the Chicago community, Linda Jack has announced her retirement.

One of the most respected Agents in the city, Linda began her career at A Plus Talent in 1976, where she became the first Children’s Agent in Chicago. She then moved to Emilia Lorence, Ltd. where she continued to hone her skills and work diligently for her clients.

In 1992, she founded Linda Jack Talent with her husband and partner, Mike Jablonski.

When Mike passed away in 2005, she took on business partner Mickey Grossman to form Grossman & Jack Talent, which opened in 2006.

“It’s time for me to retire,” says Linda Jack. “I’m proud that I’ve had the honor to work with such a high caliber of talent in Chicago. This is a market full of amazing talent.”

Robert Schroeder and Susan Farlik Carlson will take over operation of Grossman & Jack Talent.

“Linda has built an incredible business. We’re excited to build upon the legacy she has created,” says Schroeder.

Linda Jack’s last day at Grossman & Jack Talent will be April 30, 2019.

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