John Luke McConn, Jr., a “jovial gentleman” who practiced regulation properly into his eighty’s and served as President of the Houston Bar Association died Sunday. He was ninety five.
McConn, referred to as Jack, spent almost 30 years as a senior associate of the renowned Houston regulation agency of Butler, Binion, Rice, Prepare dinner and Knapp until forming his own regulation apply in 1986. He got here from an enormous Irish family, and his younger brother Jim McConn was mayor of Houston from 1978 to 1982.
In his earlier years he served as an officer in the U.S. Military, and helped liberate Munich on the finish of World Conflict II.