Jack Haney represented clients with integrity and care in a broad variety of legal matters for over 40 years. Jack elected non-practicing status with the State Bar in 2016.
Jack served as Judge of the Huntsville Municipal Court for ten years. He also previously served as president of the Huntsville-Walker County Chamber of Commerce, president of the Walker County Bar Association, and a member of the Board of Trustees for Huntsville Memorial Hospital. He is also a lifetime member of the Texas Bar Foundation and a longtime former member of the Huntsville Rotary Club where he was recognized by the Rotary Foundation as a Paul Harris Fellow.
Jack Haney grew up in Navasota, Texas and is a graduate of Navasota High School. Jack graduated from Baylor University in 1955 where he received a BBA. While at Baylor University he was a member of the baseball team and is a Baylor Baseball Letterman and lifetime member of the Baylor Alumni Association. After graduation from Baylor University, Jack served in the United States Army, during the Korean war where he was stationed in Germany. Upon his return to the states, and after working in the insurance business, Jack graduated from South Texas College of law and was licensed to practice law in 1969 by the State Bar of Texas and admitted to practice before the U.S. District Court, Southern District of Texas. In May of 1970 Jack began his practice of law in Huntsville, Texas, where he quickly became a recognized community service and business leader.
He and his wife, Mary Helen have three daughters, Carolyn Stahlecker of Napa, California, Amanda McMillian of Houston, Texas and Toney Daniels of Hutto, Texas, and three grandchildren.