Mourning the Passing of Jack Brankamp

The Huber Heights Chamber of Commerce is saddened to announce the sudden passing of Jack Brankamp on Friday May 18. The Chamber family will greatly miss him. He brought professionalism to the Chamber along with his brand of humor. We all enjoyed him and considered him our friend. He will be sorely missed. Please keep his wife Sandy and his family in your prayers.

Jack Brankamp was our new Administrative Assistant.  He started his new job on January 2, 2018, just a short time ago. He had served as an Ambassador, and a member of the Board of Directors for the last several years. He was most recently the Chamber Vice-President. Jack was very supportive of the City of Huber Heights and sat on the Huber Heights Board of Zoning Appeals.

Jack was born in Cincinnati, and graduated from St Xavier High School. He graduated from the University of Dayton with a degree in Marketing. In 1969 Jack joined the Air Force and had tours in Vietnam and Korea. He served proudly with the 62nd Aerial Port Squadron until his service ended in 1973. Upon returning home Jack worked in the Restaurant and Retail Management for 36 years. Jack was a true community leader.

The Community and the Chamber of Commerce have lost a great supporter.

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