Kiwanis November 2013

Kiwanis November 2013

Brad McCoy, Athletic Director of The Flippen Group spoke to the Greater Kiwanis Club about what it takes to be successful in sports and life in general.He and Debra, his wife of 26 years, have raised three sons who are all high performers, both on and off the field. His oldest son, Colt, played for the University of Texas and set national records for most wins ever by a quarterback and highest completion percentage ever by a quarterback along with 47 other national, Big 12 and school records. He is currently a quarter-back for the NFL. Chance, a receiver at Hardin-Simmons University, was a three-time All State receiver in high school and played for state championships in football, basketball and track. Case lead his high school team to the state championship and was named to multiple All State teams. He graduated with honors and enrolled at the University of Texas to follow in his brother’s footsteps as quarterback for the Longhorns. Photo by Floyd Miller{{more}}Jim Clark of the Christian Service Center thanks the Greater Kiwanis Club for a check that goes to “Operation Blue Jeans” a signature event of the Center. Photo by Floyd MillerColonel Gordon Atkinson shared with the Greater Kiwanis Club his experience at a combat F-14 fighter pilot; one particular flight over Vietnam could be termed a modern day miracle. Photo by Floyd Miller