Jack Lowery is a Native American born in North Carolina and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. In 1960, he moved to Lebanon, Tennessee to attend the Cumberland School of Law, which was later acquired by Sanford University in Birmingham, where he received a Doctorate of Jurisprudence degree. He began his own law practice in Lebanon in 1962. He quickly moved up in his legal career, becoming a City Prosecutor for the City of Lebanon in 1963 and Lebanon’s City Judge in 1965. He was then elected to the Tennessee State House of Representatives in 1966. After serving as a State Representative, he was elected Mayor of Lebanon in 1974. After his time in public office he focused his practice on the areas of federal and state criminal defense, personal injury, construction law, and business law.
In 1983, along with Don Chambers, Mr. Lowery founded LoJac, Inc. which would eventually grow to become LoJac Holdings Corporation, Inc. He has served as both the Chairman and CEO of the LoJac from its inception to 2014. Through Mr. Lowery’s extensive business experience and legal knowledge he has helped influence and grow LoJac into a respected company known for quality work and employment. In 2014 Mr. Lowery was succeeded as CEO by his son, J.D. Lowery. Mr. Lowery continues to serve as Chairman of the Board of the LoJac Holding Companies. In addition to his efforts at LoJac Mr. Lowery served as General Counsel for Cracker Barrel Old Country Store for 29 years and was a member of the Executive Board of Directors for 41 years. In addition to these interest Mr. Lowery presently serves as Chairman for a conglomeration of healthcare companies located in Louisiana, Texas, and Tennessee.