Nita and Jack Enoch, Jr. '70
with Robert Lindgren
Jack M. Enoch Jr. ’70 was presented the Distinguished Alumnus Award by R-MC’s Society
of Alumni on October 18, 2013 at the annual Homecoming Luncheon. The award was presented
by President Robert R. Lindgren.
The Society of Alumni created the Distinguished Alumnus Award to honor those alumni
who have achieved wide recognition through contributions made to society through
their chosen professions.
Enoch earned his B.A. in economics at Randolph-Macon College in 1970. At R-MC, he
played golf and was a member of the Concert Choir, Drama Guild, Phi Delta Theta,
and Omicron Delta Kappa. He earned his MBA from University of Pennsylvania.
Enoch is the managing director and chief investment officer of Branch Cabell Asset
Management, an investment advisory affiliate of RBC Dain Rauscher. He joined Branch
Cabell in 1984 and was associated with the Philadelphia National Bank and the Trust
Company of Georgia. He serves as chairman of the firm’s Investment Policy Committee,
and was formerly selected one of the ten Outstanding Stockbrokers in America.
Enoch is very active in the Greater Richmond community and chairs the capital campaign
steering committee of Richmond Hill. A 1999 graduate of Leadership Metro Richmond,
he serves as a board member of the organization. Enoch also serves on the Downtown
Advocacy Committee of Richmond Renaissance.
In addition, he served as a U.S. Naval Officer, has hunted big game in Africa, won
his division of the World Two Man Golf Championship at Pebble Beach, is a patron
of the arts, and toured 8,000 miles across the country on motorcycle.
Enoch is a Yellow Jacket through and through. He served on the Board of Trustees
from 2000-2011, is a former member of the Board of Associates (1983-1992), and is
a member of the Heritage Society. And he shared his expertise by participating in
a panel discussion at R-MC’s Theatre Reunion, which was held in May.
Enoch and his wife Nita live in Richmond. They are especially proud that their nephew,
Scott “Wells” Enoch Jr. ’17, is also a Yellow Jacket.
The R-MC community is grateful to Enoch for his dedication to the college.