After Army service he earned a law degree at Penn in 1955. He returned to his hometown of Chambersburg and joined his father in his firm, the fourth generation in his family to practice law there. Jack was hugely involved in Chambersburg community affairs, serving as mayor, president of the Chamber of Commerce, president of the Franklin County Bar Association, United Way chairman, and too many other voluntary boards and committees to name. Jack was an active member of the Presbyterian Church of the Falling Spring for many decades.
Jack died Nov. 3, 2020. He is survived by children John V, Peter, and Elizabeth, to whom the class sends its best, with admiration for our accomplished brother.