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Jack McNally

member, President JFK's staff

John (Jack) McNally first began working for John Kennedy during the 1956 Democratic National Convention while Director of the Young Democrats of Worcester County. Having then been heavily involved in Kennedys 1960 Presidential campaign, President-elect Kennedy appointed him Staff Assistant for Congressional Liaisons. He was responsible for Public Relations, the scheduling and planning of all Presidential travel, and the administrative and fiscal affairs of the White House. He also oversaw the arrangements for President Kennedys funeral in 1963. He remained at the White House until 1965, when he returned to his native Massachusetts to work for the Small Business Administration for the New England region. He has been a director and member of numerous commerce and community organizations since his time in the White House.