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Mr. Jack R. Loew

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Milanese Remodeling INC
50 Broad Street
Coatesville , Pennsylvania 19320
United States

Company Description: Milanese Remodeling, Coatesville, Pa offers custom, exterior, improvements and historic restoration for your home, business, commercial, rental property in...   more

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Developer, Chester County, Jack Loew... Developer
    Milanese Remodeling INC
  • Developer, Chester County, Jack Loew... Developer
  • Board Member
  • Board Member
    Royal Bancshares Of Pennsylvania Inc
  • Founder
    Hough/Loew & Associates


  • architecture
    Carnegie Mellon University
  • degree , Business Administration
    Washington University
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Jack Loew - Developer of Opportunities in Chester County, PA, 24 Aug 2015 [cached]
Jack Loew - Developer of Opportunities for People in Chester County, PA What's New » News » Jack Loew - Developer of Opportunities for People in Chester County, PA February 5, 2014 Jack Loew - Developer, Chester County, PA... Jack Loew developed land and buildings for homes and business, but I will remember him for developing opportunities for people...
Jack Loew... Developer of opportunities for people
Jack Loew was perhaps this century's most successful developer of land and buildings in Chester County, but I will remember him as a developer of opportunities for people...
Jack Loew developed opportunities for people to live a better life in the innovative communities he envisioned and built. Jack Loew also developed opportunities for people to be gainfully employed, to enjoy open space and recreation, to receive education and training, to be treated fairly, to learn how to get things done and to achieve more than they thought possible.
Jack Loew developed opportunities for people to work, not only during the construction of his projects. He located entrepreneurs and grew commercial enterprises to employ people in existing buildings, such as the vacant Pepperidge Farm plant where he gave Victory Brewing its start. He also developed employment opportunities for people in unique new commercial environments. Places where big corporations like QVC could locate their Television Studio and other places where you and I could see a movie and have dinner on a Saturday night.
Jack Loew developed opportunities for people to receive the education and training they needed to build a better life for themselves and their families in the school campuses he built.
He developed opportunities for people to enjoy open space and recreation such as golf, dining, shopping and entertainment that no other developer or entity has made possible here in Chester County.
These are all well-known examples of the opportunities Jack Loew developed for the people of his community, but I would like to share some less well known examples of the opportunities Jack Loew developed for people...
I first met Mr Loew almost 30 years ago when we both volunteered to help Gary Smith and The Chester County Economic Development Council start a "Business Incubator" in Coatesville to create new businesses with jobs for unemployed steelworkers.
Jack Loew also championed the cause of Dick Saha's fight against the City of Coatesville's use of Eminent Domain.
In Caln Township, where I was born and raised and where my business still resides, Jack Loew managed to change the Zoning regulations for the Ingleside Golf Course from low-density housing that would have destroyed this beautiful park in the center of Caln. He convinced local government the community would be better served if the Golf Course remained as open space and new higher density housing were built around the course. Now, Ingleside is a Municipal Golf Course that gives Caln Township open space and recreational facility in perpetuity, rather than another field of private homes on quarter acre lots as zoning regulations would have allowed. Jack Loew developed opportunities for people to use open space for recreational activity all over Chester County, PA
I will also remember Jack Loew as a client. When he called for a project, he was serious and curious about what solutions I could provide. He was always "hands-on" and enthusiastic about any project he undertook. I always try to do my best for all of my clients, but for Jack Loew this was especially true because his enthusiasm was contagious. Jack Loew inspired others, and so he developed opportunities for people to achieve more than they thought possible of themselves.
Unfortunately, Jack Loew has now developed the opportunity for people to grieve his passing. It is right to mourn... Jack Loew - the developer of opportunities for people - will be very sorely missed by all who knew him and those who didn't, but who benefited from his good work.
Certainly Jack Loew will be missed by his long-time business partner, Eli Kahn, who has shown Jack's same passion for developing opportunities for people.
Most of all, Jack Loew will be missed by his mother, wife, 6 children and 19 grandchildren. I pray his family's grief will gradually be replaced by the opportunity to enjoy the memories Jack Loew developed during many years of devotion and love.
Jack Loew's life was cut short by brain cancer, the same disease that claimed my brother, Gabe Milanese Jr, in July.
I ask readers to follow the family's wishes and make a Memorial contribution in Jack Loew's name to the National Brain Tumor Society - a cause that is also very near and dear to my heart - at
A celebration of Mr Loew's life was held at Downingtown Country Club, Friday, Feb 7, 2014..
Over one thousand of Jack Loew's friends and family came together to celebrate his life. Since Jack didn't live his life like anybody else, his memorial wasn't like anybody else's either.
We were greeted with Valet Parking at one of the Country Club's Jack owned. We feasted on first class appetizers and drank from an open bar. We spoke of the past for awhile. We laughed and smiled and spoke fondly of Jack as we remembered him.
And Jack would have loved that because, as one of his associates said, "Jack was a deal junkie" and "Jack wanted business to continue as usual". And business as usual in Jack's world was different than business as usual for others…
After the cocktail hour, many of the people who knew Jack best shared their memories of him at a podium. One of Jack's son's several of his daughters, employees, partners, associates and his attorney told us their personal experiences with Jack.
Several constants about Jack were shared by all - Jack was humorous, hard working, opportunistic, adventurous and the list goes on…
Eagle Scout - Jack achieved the highest honor a Boy Scout can achieve by becoming an Eagle Scout at only fifteen. Jack followed the Scout oath in all he did afterwards. Class President - Jack showed another early sign of ability and leadership when he was elected president of his high school senior class by his schoolmates. Self-Made Businessman - Jack started his business after borrowing $150,000 from his mother's life savings, which he promised her he would pay back in one year - with interest. Jack's mother told me, with a smile and a twinkle in her clear blue eyes, "It was the most expensive money Jack ever borrowed!" Honest - Jack's word was his bond. His handshake was better than the signature of most. Even if a better deal could be made by Jack after hands were shaken. Humble - Jack's many accomplishments would make it easy for him to seek credit and publicity or flaunt his success , but Jack preferred to bestow accolades on his associates, partners and community leaders. His unassuming nature was an asset when dealing with others. Humorist - Everyone thinks they have a sense of humor - especially those that don't, but Jack had a tremendous sense of humor that exposed the absurdity of a situation instead of the shortcomings of others. Fun Lover- Every Friday afternoon all of Jack's employees - shared a drink and a casual forum where they could review and look ahead in a fun atmosphere. As the company grew, so did the fun. Adventurist - Most of us take risks in our profession and seek safety during down time. Jack continued to seek out adventure and brought others along for everything from barbecues to globe trotting excursions - if not in person then with lively accounts. Adventurous leisure activity made Jack a well rounded and exciting person. Hard Worker - He was the first to arrive and the last to leave. Jack wouldn't ask an employee to do anything he wouldn't do. Family Man - NOTHING was more important to Jack than the happiness of his family and he was one of the rare workaholics who put family first. In fact, as busy as Jack was, he made more time for his family than some who are unemployed. Risk Minimizer - Jack was, more often than not, the smartest guy in the room. He used his intelligence to analyze an opportunity, maximize potential and minimize risk. Debt Payer - Surely the road to ruin has been giving into the temptation of taking profit instead of paying down debt. Jack did not give into that temptation. Entrepreneur Promoter - A critical part of Jack's success was his eagerness to hire and train others who he then encouraged to start their own business to compete with him in the same market. Most of us do all we can to keep our employees from
Our Founder - J. Loew & Associates, 2 Sept 2015 [cached]
Jack R. Loew
Jack R. Loew
Jack R. Loew was founder and President of J. Loew & Associates, Inc. until his death in 2014. Mr. Loew was an integral part of the Chester County real estate community since founding Hough/Loew & Associates in late 1970s. Reserved and modest, Mr. Loew was known as a person who led not so much in words as in attitude and actions with an established reputation as a fair, innovative and honest businessman.
Mr. Loew studied architecture at Carnegie Mellon University before transferring to Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri where he graduated in 1969 with a degree in Business Administration.
While Mr. Loew spent the early part of his career designing and manufacturing interior cabins for passenger trains, Mr. Loew's desire to participate more in the local community drove him to focus on the land acquisition and development. In 1976, Mr. Loew founded Hough/Loew & Associates, now J. Loew & Associates, originally based in Merion and later moving to Exton. The company initially centered around designing and construction, offering potential building owners a single organization within which a project could be developed, with cost effectiveness, from conceptual design through final construction. By 1987 the business had grown to over $30 million in revenue, without advertising itself in anyway, but rather by reputation alone. Since its inception the company has developed many properties, including twenty office and industrial parks and twelve retail centers, all of which have become home to a significant portion of the suburban Philadelphia business community.
One of Mr. Loew's greatest passions was his involvement in philanthropic pursuits. He was the benefactor for Exceptional Care for Children in Newark, Delaware, a facility devoted to palliative care for terminally ill children. He has given generously to Friends Association for the Care and Protection of Children in West Chester; Safe Harbor in West Chester, an organization providing food and shelter to the homeless; as well as many other charities.
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Jack Loew, President of J. Loew & Associates, Inc. We are honoring Mr. Loew, posthumously on March 26, 2015 at the Phoenixville Foundry.
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Jack R. Loew is a Director of the corporation, and is the President of J. Loew & Associates, Inc., a real estate development firm specializing in office, industrial and retail properties.
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