The following statement regarding the passing today of Jack Davis can be attributed to Tim Daman, President and CEO, Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce:
“The passing of Jack Davis is a huge loss for the Greater Lansing region. Jack was the epitome of a true community leader. In addition to being a highly successful attorney and a long-time partner at the Loomis Law Firm, Jack was a recognized leader in the business community. He served as the president of the Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce in 1997 and was the recipient of the Community Service Award in 2002. He was instrumental in driving the Keep GM Task Force which led to the decision by General Motors to build two new state-of-the-art assembly plants, ultimately retaining thousands of jobs in the region. Jack remained active with the Chamber continuing to serve on the Chamber’s Political Action Committee (LRC-PAC) helping raise funds and elect candidates to various state, local and national positions.
Jack was dedicated to helping the Lansing region realize its full potential. His philanthropic work over the years helped support our non-profit community provide help to those in need. Most importantly, to all of us who have had the privilege of knowing and working with Jack, he was a good friend. Our deepest condolences to Jack’s wife Susan, and family during this difficult time. Jack Davis will be deeply missed by us all.”