Jacob ‘Jack’ Gerber
Jacob “Jack” Gerber, 46, a high-ranking officer with several management consulting and accounting firms, died Dec. 10 of a heart attack in a taxicab near Baltimore after arriving on a flight at Baltimore-Washington International Marshall Airport. He lived in Chevy Chase.
For the past two years, Mr. Gerber had been managing director of NOI Strategies, an Illinois-based company providing management consulting and technology services to the real estate industry.
Mr. Gerber had been the founder and president of two management consulting firms, the Relianz Group in 2002 and Arete Operations Group in 2007.
From 2004 to 2007, he was a finance and accounting executive with the Mills Corp., a real estate investment firm.
Earlier in his career, Mr. Gerber had worked for the auditing and accounting firms of Ernst & Young, KPMG Associates and Arthur Andersen.
Jacob Alan Gerber was born in Washington and grew up in McLean. He was a 1981 graduate of the Sidwell Friends School and graduated from Georgetown University in 1985.
He was a youth soccer and lacrosse coach.
Survivors include his wife of 22 years, Lyndsey Van Vliet of Chevy Chase; three children, Amanda Gerber, Bradford Gerber and Clayton Gerber, all of Chevy Chase; his parents, Dr. Charles Gerber and Sandy Gerber of Ashburn; and a sister, Robin Gerber Nelson of Vienna.