Five people elected to Bradley Board of Trustees

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Five people elected to Bradley Board of Trustees

November 1, 2013 Updated Nov 1, 2013 at 10:52 AM CDT

PEORIA, Ill. -- Bradley University announced Friday that five members have been elected to the Board of Trustees.

“These Trustees all have a passion for Bradley University. They bring with them a wealth of knowledge and experience that will certainly help Bradley continue to achieve national distinction," Bradley President Joanne Glasser said.

David Bozeman received his bachelor’s degree in Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering & Technology at Bradley in 1991. Bozeman serves as Senior Vice President, Caterpillar Enterprise System Group.

Michael Cullinan is a 1970 graduate of Northwestern University and received his Juris Doctorate from University of Illinois in 1973. Cullinan is Chairman of United Contractors Midwest, a highway construction company operating primarily in Illinois, but also in Missouri.

Stephen Gorman received his MBA from Bradley in 1978 and serves as Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President of Delta Air Lines based in Atlanta.

Dr. Lindsey Rolston is a 1985 graduate of Bradley. He is an orthopedic surgeon in the Indianapolis area and inventor of the Journey Deuce knee replacement system.

Hon. James Shadid is a 1979 graduate of the Bradley and a federal judge for the Central District of Illinois. Shadid is also a member of the Bradley Athletics Hall of Fame and will be the Alumni representative on the board.

Calvin Butler, Cheryl Corley, Georgina Heard-Labonne, Gerald Shaheen, Mel Smith and Doug Stewart were all re-elected by the Board of Trustees. Robert Turner remains the Board’s Chairman.

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