Jack Loew Inducted Into Chester County Business Hall of Fame

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Jack Loew

He literally changed the face of business in Chester County from the 1980s into the 2000s, and now the face of passion for Chester County’s future — the face of the late Jack Loew — will grace the walls of the Chester County Business Hall of Fame.

“You can’t drive more than a few miles around this county and not see his imprint,” Chester County Economic Development Council President and CEO Gary Smith said in a Daily Local News report.

Over 500 gathered at The Foundry in Phoenixville.
Over 500 gathered at The Foundry in Phoenixville.

“The Downingtown Technology Center. Goshen Corporate Park. Brandywine Square shopping center. Whiteland Business Park. The Downingtown Country Club. The Commons at Great Valley. Downingtown Industrial Park. A growing list of downtown West Chester projects. St. Gobain’s new headquarters in East Whiteland. QVC. Victory Brewing. Communications Test Design Inc. Wegmans,” the article stated.

“The lists of developments and companies brought to Chester County by developer Jack Loew are long and impressive.”

“Jack Loew was the embodiment of the kind of entrepreneurship which leads to economic prosperity,” state Sen. Andrew Dinniman added, according to the article.

Dinniman, a host of fellow lawmakers and about 500 supporters were present Thursday for the Hall of Fame induction.

“I think for what he did and what he stood for, it would have meant the world to him,” son Adam Loew said.

Read more about the special posthumous Hall of Fame Award in the Daily Local News here.

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