Jack Lewis '63
After graduation, Jack Lewis went to the USAF Officer Training School and was commissioned as 2nd lieutenant on Dec. 20, 1963, serving four years as an aircraft maintenance officer in glasgow, Montana, and in Southeast Asia. Jack joined Pacific Telephone as an installation foreman in April 1968 and married Mary Sinclair on Feb. 22, 1969. Their family includes daughter Virginia, son Jim, granddaughter Deserey, great grandson Asher, and grandson Johnathan. Jack’s career took him to a variety of challenging assignments, ending as area manager-Arizona, Utah and New Mexico for AT&T’s General Business Systems. His hobbies have involved dogs and cars. He has served as national director of the national Oval Track Racing Association, the founding and first national director of the Large gazehound Racing Association and the founding and current national director of the independent Whippet Racing Organization. In the car world, he founded the Golden Fin Society, which is dedicated to the limited edition 1956, 1957 and 1958 Plymouth Fury. Jack lives in Utah.