JACK N. WILSON, JR. was re-elected November 6, 2018 and is serving his second term as a Queen Anne’s County Commissioner representing District 1. He was duly sworn and qualified as a Queen Anne's County Commissioner on Tuesday, December 4, 2018.
Jack's first term as Queen Anne's County Commissioner was after being appointed by Governor Larry Hogan on June 23, 2015 to serve the remainder of the 4-year term for General Election November 2014. He was duly sworn and qualified as a Queen Anne's County Commissioner on Thursday, July 2, 2015.
Jack was born March 17, 1966 in Baltimore, MD. Shortly after, his family moved to Arnold MD, where he lived until he was 19. Jack moved to Annapolis, MD until 1992, when he finally bought a house right outside of Price, where he has lived ever since.
Jack graduated Severna Park High School in 1984 and after high school he attended Community College. He applied and was accepted to the Steamfitters Local 438 Apprenticeship Program and began school in the fall of 1985 and graduated in the summer of 1990. After graduating, he worked in the H.V.A.C trade for 2 years for another company before starting a small union mechanical contracting business which only lasted for about 1-1/2 years, as the economy was very poor at this point.
Jack then started a family owned Building Automation Installation Business with his father that just celebrated their 20th year of service. The business is owned by his wife . Currently, Jack mostly works sales and in the field. He found working in the field helps with stress that goes along with the small business grind.
Jack decided in January 2015 to run for Commissioner. Since he and his family have lived in the county 26 years and his business is located here, he felt he could do some good for the citizens of Queen Anne’s County.