Jack P. Lieberman

ck is a native of Cheltenham, Pa. He received his B.S. Degree in accounting from Villanova University in 1965. Following graduation, he received a commission as an Ensign in the U.S. Navy and served during Vietnam as a Gunnery Officer aboard USS San Marcos (LSD-25). Attaining the rank of Captain, he was Commanding Officer of various units and Chief of Staff Officer during Exercise Rainbow Reef in the Indian Ocean, a convoy training exercise, preceding Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm.

Upon release from active duty, the U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD called upon him to work with applicants and Congressional staffs, as a Blue and Gold Officer. In addition, he accepted a position as an Internal Auditor with Atlantic Richfield Oil Company (ARCO), N.Y., N.Y., which utilized his management, organizational and financial skills in a corporate setting. In 1973, Jack's leadership and command ability, were "put to test" when he was asked to take over as General Manager of PENN BRUSH. That year, he also was the recipient of the Sea Power; CERTIFICATE OF MERIT presented by Admiral Elmo Zumwalt, Chief of Naval Operations. During his tenure with PENN BRUSH, he served in various executive capacities, ascending to the Presidency in 1991. At that time, he retired from the Naval Reserve, after serving twenty-eight years of service. His awards include National Defense Service Medal with Gold Star, Armed Forces Reserve Medal with Hour Glass Device, Expert Rifle Medal and Expert Pistol Medals.

In 1982 the Chapel of the Four Chaplains recognized his community and civic involvement, counseling students at local High Schools, and presented him the LEGION OF HONOR award. His graduate work in business was obtained at Temple University and Loyola University. Jack is a graduate of the Naval War College, Newport, RI and is currently Vice President of the Philadelphia Council, US Navy League.