John C. Lewis
Earned 12 varsity letters in football, basketball and track while in school at Baker. Prior to attending Baker, he graduated from Holton High School, where he was coached by Ed Dissinger, ’36, also a member of Baker’s Athletic Hall of Fame.
Co-captain of the 1953 football team. President of the “B” Club. Member of Delta Tau Delta.
Received A.B. degree from Baker University in 1953. Received an M.B.A. from the Stanford University Graduate School of Business. Graduated with distinction from the Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island.
Attended the Navy’s Officer Candidate School and was commissioned as a Supply Corps Officer. During his 23-year Navy career, he held a number of material and financial management positions, both in the United States and overseas. Just prior to his retirement from the Navy in 1976 with the rank of captain, he was the Supply Officer at the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard, one of the Navy’s largest industrial facilities.
Served the office of the President-Elect of the United States as a member of the Presidential Transition Team, where he prepared two comprehensive management reports for the incoming administration. Summarizing the operations of the Federal Supply service and the Federal Property Resources Service. Both organizations of the General Services Administration.
Serves as a Vice President of CACI, Inc., an international professional and high technology services organization with clients in government and commerce. Currently developing logistics and material management systems for public and private sector use.