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About Lojac

Minority-owned since its beginning in 1983, LoJac Inc. provides high quality services and materials to the construction industry throughout the Southeast. Our years of experience in major highway and road construction allow us to provide our customers with excellent service and materials they can trust. Some of our services include: grading, production and placement of asphalt pavement, sign fabrication and installation, and concrete paving and rehabilitation. In addition, we also produce and supply a wide range of high quality masonry products such as block, brick, stone and sand. We have successfully completed many unique projects, including shopping centers, airport runways, and major private projects. Our goal is to provide outstanding results that showcase our expertise, quality products, and timely completion of each project, leaving our customers with a positive and lasting impression.

As a minority-owned company with Native American heritage, LoJac is guided by strong business ethics and integrity. Our mission is to provide customers with the highest quality materials and services. Our employees’ commitment to this mission is demonstrated through excellent customer service, hard work, and innovation as we continue to contribute to the growth of our nation’s infrastructure as well as the construction industry in Tennessee and throughout the Southeast.

Leadership Profiles


B.F. “Jack” Lowery

Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board, LoJac Holding Companies

Jack Lowery, co-founder, is a Native American born in North Carolina. He holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. In 1960 he moved to Lebanon, Tennessee, to attend Cumberland School of Law, where he received his Doctor of Jurisprudence and began his own practice 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. Today, his practice—Lowery, Lowery & Cherry, PLLC—focuses on the areas of federal and state criminal defense, personal injury, construction law, and business law. In 1984 Lowery, along with co-founder Donald G. Chambers, established the LoJac Holding Companies. He has two children and three grandchildren.

Donald G. Chambers
President – LoJac Enterprises Inc., LoJac Inc., LoJac Safety Inc. and LoJac Materials Inc.

As co-founder and president, Donald G. Chambers has shaped and transformed LoJac into the success it is today. With an extensive background in major highway and road construction and a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the University of Tennessee–Knoxville, Chambers has developed LoJac into a company that offers quality services and materials that customers can rely on. Amongst his many influences in the company he has also had a profound impact in the local community, serving in numerous leadership positions with various community organizations. He serves on the board of directors for the Tennessee Road Builders Association, where he also served as president in 1994; the board of directors for the National Asphalt Pavement Association; and the board of trustees for the University Medical Center in Lebanon. Chambers lives in Lebanon with his wife, Linda.

Glenn Chambers
Vice President – LoJac Enterprises Inc.

For more than 20 years, Glenn Chambers has devoted his knowledge and expertise to the growth and development of LoJac Enterprises Inc. With a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the University of Tennessee–Knoxville and experience in highway construction and engineering, Chambers has proved himself a valuable asset to both the company and the community. He is involved with the Tennessee Road Builders Association, American Road & Transportation Builders Association, and the Young Executive Development Program. Chambers is married to Nora, and has three children.

Kellie MiresKellie Mires
Vice President Finance and Corporate Planning – LoJac Holdings Corporation Inc.

Kellie Mires, vice president finance and corporate planning, has served as a vital instrument in the LoJac team since 1998. With a thorough background in finance, including a bachelor’s degree in accounting and CPA certification, Mires manages information technology and tax planning for LoJac.  Mires is also heavily involved in the community, participating in such organizations as the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Tennessee Society of Certified Public Accountants, Construction Financial Management Association, and as board treasurer of Tennessee Career Construction Days. Mires and her husband, Monty, have two children.

Jack D. Lowery
Corporate Officer, Legal Counsel – LoJac Holding Companies

Jack D. Lowery was born in Lebanon, Tennessee. He graduated from the University of Tennessee–Knoxville with a Bachelor of Arts and went on to graduate from Nashville School of Law with a Doctor of Jurisprudence in 1998. Upon finishing law school, he immediately joined in practice with his father, eventually forming their current firm of Lowery, Lowery & Cherry, PLLC, where he currently acts as managing partner. In early 2000, he joined the construction firm of LoJac Holding Companies. He has been actively involved in the firm and currently serves as corporate officer, where he oversees merger and acquisitions as well as business litigation issues. Lowery was named a “Mid-South Rising Star for 2008” and “Super Lawyer” in 2009 and 2010 by Super Lawyers Magazine. He lives with his wife, Susannah, and daughter, Lucy Rose, on a farm in Lebanon.

LoJac was founded in 1983 by B.F. (Jack) Lowery and Donald G. Chambers. Today, Jack Lowery is CEO and chairman of the board and Donald G. Chambers is president.

• LoJac Inc. was organized and incorporated in the State of Tennessee on April 6, 1983
• LoJac Safety Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of LoJac Inc., was organized in June 1983
• LoJac Enterprises Inc. was organized in March 1986 and acquired the Nashville paving division of McDowell Enterprise, Inc.
• In 1987, LoJac started a grading division to complement paving operations
• LoJac Materials Inc. was organized in April 1987 through the acquisition of Wilco Block Company
• In August 1999, LoJac materials Inc. opened an office and stockyard in Cookeville, Tennessee
• In October 2005, LoJac Materials Inc. built a brand new state of the art architectural facility and stockyard in Franklin, Tennessee
• In March 2011, LoJac Materials Inc. expanded once again by adding an office and stockyard in Murfreesboro, Tennessee
• In April 2011, LoJac Materials Inc. acquired Brown’s Concrete and Block, making it the largest concrete block producer in Middle Tennessee

Today, LoJac looks to the future with tremendous confidence with the goal of supplying the highest quality services and materials to the construction industry in Middle Tennessee and throughout the Southeast.

We believe very strongly in giving back to the communities in which our employees live and work. LoJac had the distinct opportunity to participate in the hit ABC TV series Extreme Makeover: Home Edition each time the show has visited Middle Tennessee. First in August 2006, when the design team came to the Hawkins family. Amy Hawkins was at home with her two boys when a tornado struck, and she used her body to protect the children from the crumbling house. In this heroic act, Amy became paralyzed and the family lost everything to the storm. We were able to help rebuild the Hawkinses’ home and help bring relief into their life. LoJac again helped in September 2010 to build a preschool for Lighthouse Christian School after it was destroyed in the historic flooding of May 2010. At the end of the week-long build, a 6,500-square-foot, state-of-the-art preschool was completed and saved the school from closing its doors for good.