Raymond D. Jennings Jr.

Ray Jennings JrIn addition to practicing law in Weymouth for over 30 years, Raymond D. Jennings Jr. was very active in the local community for his entire career. He served as the Town moderator from 1978-1986. He was the chairman of the Bicentennial Committee and over the years held numerous town positions and appointments. He founded the Weymouth Militia and served as Colonel in the mid 1970′s. He was a founding member and coach of Weymouth Pop Warner Football. He was an active member of the Weymouth Rotary. In 2000, Rotary named him a Paul Harris Fellow, the organization’s highest honor.

Ray, Jr. practiced law in Weymouth since 1969. Prior to practicing law, he had served as a policeman in the National Guard from 1954-1960, and as Special Agent in the FBI from 1965-1969.

Ray Jr. was a general practitioner with a particular expertise in real estate development, financing, zoning, planning, and licensing. He was admitted to the Massachusetts Courts as well as the Supreme Court of the United States.