ON-Lion Letter
In mid-June, The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation in Milwaukee announced the election of Pulitzer Prize recipient George F. Will to its Board of Directors.

Will has been a regular columnist for The Washington Post, a contributing editor of Newsweek, a commentator for ABC News, and Washington editor of National Review.  In addition to the Pulitzer, he has also won the National Headliner Award and the Silurian Award for his work in journalism.  A Bradley Prize recipient in 2005, Will is the author of 12 books, the most recent of which is One Man’s America:  The Pleasures and Provocations of Our Singular Nation.

Bradley's Board also elected Terry Considine as chairman and David V. Uihlein, Jr., as vice chairman.

Considine brings both business and civic leadership to the foundation.  A former Colorado state legislator, he is currently chairman and chief executive officer of the Apartment Investment and Management Company, American Land Lease, and the Considine Investment Company, a private investment firm.  Uihlein is President of Uihlein-Wilson Architects in Milwaukee.

The Board also includes Thomas L. "Dusty" Rhodes, Michael W. Grebe, Robert P. George, Dennis J. Kuester, San W. Orr, Thomas L. Smallwood, Br. Bob Smith, and former Congressman Patrick J. Toomey.

"We are honored that these respected and thoughtful leaders share in the Bradley Foundation’s goals and commitment to our community and our nation," said Grebe, Bradley's president and chief executive officer.  "We are particularly pleased to welcome George Will, as he brings a new breadth, depth of experience and thinking to our Board of Directors.  The board of the Bradley Foundation will continue moving the foundation forward, helping to improve the quality of life in communities across America."
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