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John K. "Jack" O'Donohue

Managing Partner

John K. “Jack” O’Donohue is a seasoned, widely respected and innovative real estate attorney and managing partner at Touchstone Closing. Jack started Touchstone Closing in 2016 and the firm has grown to over 45 team members across four locations throughout New England

Jack’s mission for Touchstone is to provide responsive, supportive and reliable real estate closing services for clients throughout New England.

Jack’s track record for success speaks for itself – as Touchstone has earned more five star reviews than any other closing firm in New England. In addition, Touchstone was awarded the “Best of Boston” for Residential Closings by Banker & Tradesman Magazine for three consecutive years and most recently, a “Best Places to Work” by Boston Business Journal. Jack has also been a recipient of the Merrimack Valley Magazine’s “40 under 40” award.

In addition to managing the highly successful and busy law practice, Jack hosts a weekly podcast, The Touchstone Showcase, which features real estate professionals on the local and national scale. Jack also created a lighthearted Instagram TV Show and YouTube channel called “The Donut Digest” that rates local donut bakeries. The show has been featured on television, radio and online for Boston’s ABC and CBS affiliate stations.

Born and raised in Massachusetts, Jack attended Pingree School in South Hamilton, MA for high school followed by Trinity College in Hartford, CT where Jack earned a bachelor’s degree in Economics. Following graduation, Jack pursued his law degree and graduated from Massachusetts School of Law. 

Today, Jack and his family reside in Andover, MA. He is a pillar within the Merrimack Valley community as a youth sports coach and volunteer, and holds a Board of Commissioners seat on the Andover Housing Authority. Jack also spends time in Chatham, MA and enjoys fishing, boating, and any other excuse to get outside.

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