John “Jack” Hall brings years of varied life and professional experience to CapWealth, where he serves as Senior Relationship Manager.
Jack has spent more than 50 years in the financial services industry. He began his career as a branch manager for Burlington County Trust Company (now Wells Fargo) and was promoted to regional manager. He moved to PNC Wealth Management where he served as a team leader. He was then recruited to TD Bank Wealth Management as part of a new South Jersey office, eventually becoming its credit director.
Jack retired in 2015. However, having worked with CapWealth Principal Partner, Mark Caprarola, and other CapWealth colleagues for many years, he was “pressed into service.” In 2019, he joined CapWealth to help build the Firm and manage client relationships.
Jack studied at Eastern Kentucky University before serving in the Vietnam War and returning home in 1971. He was the driving force behind the dedication of the Moorestown Vietnam Veterans Baseball Fields in 2010, which includes the names of the 35 Moorestown residents who died in each of the World Wars, as well as the Vietnam War. In 1997, Jack returned to Vietnam with Operation Smile and spent three weeks doing everything from recordkeeping to child play therapy to assisting in the operating room.
Nearly 30 years ago, Jack founded Camp No Worries, a summer camp for children where children with cancer can experience a week of relief from hospitals and treatments and, as Jack says, “just be kids.” Jack has served on the boards of the YMCA of Burlington and Camden Counties, the Leukemia Society, and the Association for Brain Tumor Research. He is a founding member of the Moorestown Youth Football League, has served as a volunteer for the Moorestown Fire Department, and as a member of the Moorestown Rotary Club and the YMCA Men’s Club. Recognized for his extensive community involvement, Jack was honored as Moorestown’s Citizen of the Year in 1999.
Jack has lived his entire life in Moorestown. He can often be seen walking through town with his loyal dog, Sarge. He and his wife, Pam, have been married for almost 50 years. They have three children and seven grandchildren, all of whom are Moorestown residents.