Rick Creasy set to lead Sunrise group

By CHRISTY ARMSTRONG
Posted 6/29/18

Rick Creasy is preparing to lead the Bradley Sunrise Rotary Club as its president for the 2018-19 year. Creasy takes the helm following local attorney Matthew Coleman. Creasy officially began …

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Rick Creasy set to lead Sunrise group

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Rick Creasy is preparing to lead the Bradley Sunrise Rotary Club as its president for the 2018-19 year. 

Creasy takes the helm following local attorney Matthew Coleman. Creasy officially began his term during the club’s annual awards dinner Thursday night. 

The new president began his term by describing how he has been inspired by news of the many humanitarian projects the club has supported here and around the world. 

“I want to continue that,” Creasy said. “I want us to be inspired to do more. When you look around, it seems there is always more to do. I know that Bradley Sunrise Rotary will have the inspiration to do more this year than we have ever done.” 

Creasy retired in 2017 after careers in pharmaceutical sales and education. His most recent role was as executive director of the OneSource Workforce Readiness Center at Cleveland State Community College. He has also worked as a marriage and family therapist. 

Before Creasy was sworn in, Coleman spoke about how he has seen the club’s community service efforts positively affect the community. He thanked the Rotarians and their spouses for the time they have committed to the club’s causes. 

“Thank you for letting me serve as president this year,” Coleman added. 

Coleman also recognized this past year’s club cabinet and made several award presentations for Rotarians' efforts over the past year. 

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