Jack Becher, Veterans Benefits Specialist

Jack Becher is a Veterans Benefits Specialists who first began working serving veterans as a State Service Officer with the American Veterans of WWII, Korea and Vietnam (AMVETS) in Jack Becher1972. He then worked as a Field Service Officer for Oakland County Veteran's Services October 11, 1977. Jack is also a U.S. Army Veteran who graduated from Eastern Michigan University with a Bachelor of Science degree.

During his time as a Veteran's Services Officer for Oakland County he was promoted to Veterans Counselor Supervisor in 1980 and he supervised all three Oakland County offices in his thirty year career. Jack joined Mall Malisow & Cooney, PC after he retired from Oakland County in July of 2008. Jack is a retired member of both the Michigan Association of County Veterans Counselors and the National Association of County Veterans Service Officers. He represented veterans and their dependents before the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

Jack resides in the City of Warren with his wife Jean and their youngest son James. His older son Adam is married, with two daughters and lives in Clawson. Jack is active in the community having served on the Warren Historical Commission, the Warren Cable Commission as chairman and was Vice-Chairman of the Warren Zoning Board of Appeals. He currently serves as the Chairman of the City of Warren Building Authority.

Jack is a Past President of the Warren Lions Club with more than 47 years of perfect attendance. He is a Past District Governor for Lions District 11-A2, for Oakland and Macomb Counties. Jack is chairman of the Publication Advisory Committee of the Lions of Michigan Magazine "Lions Pride".

Jack serves as Treasurer on the Oakland County Workforce Development Board of Directors. He also is the 1st Vice President of Lions Bear Lake Camp for handicapped children in Lapeer, MI.