Jack Brady, Former Professor at IWU receives award

Community service earns man award

Jack Brady, director of Project Leadership, received the Tony Maidenberg Award for community service during Indiana Wesleyan University‘s annual back-to-school convocation Wednesday at Phillippe Performing Arts Center. About 800 IWU employees attended the convocation.

Brady, who came to Marion in 1983 to teach criminal justice at IWU, is a former Grant County coroner and jail chaplain. He also was instrumental in establishing a Kid’s Hope program in all county schools.

Five years ago, Brady made three trips to New York City to work as a chaplain at Ground Zero in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks. In addition, he led a goodwill mission of police officers to Russia and hosted a return visit of Russian officers to Marion.

Originally published September 1, 2006 (SOURCE: Chronicle Tribune)

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