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John Joseph Morrison

John Joseph Morrison, American retirement community administrator. Loaned executive United Way, Lafayette, 1983, member planning committee, 1984-1987; teamwalk committee March of Dimes, 1988. Served with United States Army, 1967-1970. Member Indiana Association Homes for the Aging (chairman education committee 1987, 1st vice president 1988, president 1989), Lafayette Chamber of Commerce (university committee).

Background

Morrison, John Joseph was born on December 4, 1946 in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. Son of Lewis Everett and Dorothy Miller (Andrew) Morrison.

Education

Bachelor of Business Administration, St. Mary's University, San Antonio, 1976. Master of Science, Trinity University, San Antonio, 1978.

Career

Assistant unit manager, Bexar County Hospital District, San Antonio, 1972-1974;administrative assistant, Brim & Associations, Portland, Oregon, 1977-1979;management consultant, Texas Hospital Association, Austin, 1979-1982;assistant vice president, Lafayette Home Hospital, Indiana, 1982-1985;executive director, Westminster Village, W. Lafayette, Indiana, since 1985.

Religion

God gives us the Holy Spirit, and when we respond, there is no limit to what the grace of God is able to do in a human life.

Views

Church decisions should be made as openly as possible, giving opportunities for all to contribute. It is important for all views to be heard and taken seriously, especially where Christians disagree.

Membership

Loaned executive United Way, Lafayette, 1983, member planning committee, 1984-1987. Teamwalk committee March of Dimes, 1988. Served with United States Army, 1967-1970.

Member Indiana Association Homes for the Aging (chairman education committee 1987, 1st vice president 1988, president 1989), Lafayette Chamber of Commerce (university committee).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocation: fitness.

Connections

Married Cheryl Lee Schinsing, May 25, 1973.

Politics

Christians should be dedicated to the holy responsibility and privilege of loving people of all races and ethnicities in religious communities.