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Please consider attending if you're in the Memphis area. All proceeds benefit Centre Saint Vincent! ... See MoreSee Less
Restreaming with William S. Craddock Jr.
November 29, 2017, 6:00pm - November 29, 2017, 8:30pm
About the book:
A series of reflections, both personal and universal, that address key life issues and perspectives Working with the metaphor of a kayak paddling in a new, downstream current of retirement, prominent Wellness expert Bill Craddock offers an array of provocative reflections as a way to invite the reader to envision new opportunities, new relationships, new ways of being. The primary purpose of these reflections is to entertain, edify, and to prepare those anticipating retirement or actually retired with gentle yet intentional paddle strokes for guiding their life (kayak) into their later years.
About the author:
After 23 years as a business executive, William S. Craddock Jr. worked with Trinity Church, Wall Street, in the development and management of The Clergy Leadership Project from 1991 until 1995. For the next 5 years, he served as Director of The Cornerstone Project, a ministry of the Episcopal Church Foundation. He served as the Managing Director of CREDO Institute, Inc. from 2001 until 2012 and then served as Senior Vice President of the Church Pension Group, overseeing Education and Wellness programs. He retired in April of 2015 is now serving as Chair of the Board of Directors for St. Vincent's Centre for Handicapped Children in Haiti and also on the board of the National Metal Museum. He and his wife of 48 years have three daughters and seven grandchildren.
We had the wonderful opportunity to visit Centre Saint Vincent, a school for children with disabilities. Our tour guide, Grayson (third from the right), recently graduated from high school in Memphis, TN and is taking a gap year to volunteer at Saint Vincent's. She was a delight and taught us so much about this much needed, important institution. ... See MoreSee Less
The mission of SVC is to provide children with disabilities in Haiti special opportunities, support and resources to learn, grow and reach their full potential in their young life's journey toward adulthood.