Rev. Monty Bradley has been at Otterbein for 30 years, fulfilling roles as a professor, advisor and chaplain.
Known around campus for his white beard, wool sweaters and always-present pipe, Bradley will officially retire from Otterbein University on June 30, 2013.
Bradley announced his decision to retire last semester on Sept. 25, but decided to finish out the school year.
Bradley delivered his final lecture Monday night as part of the Mortar Board lecture series.
Titled “It’s Been a Good Life,” his lecture included advice for students, a brief summary of his career and a glimpse of Bradley’s life in and out of this quiet, peaceful village.
Excerpt from the Tan & Cardinal, May 1 edition.
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