Georgetown College president announces retirement

GEORGETOWN, Ky. (ABP) — William Crouch, hailed as a visionary leader who steered Georgetown College through financial woes, established bonds with African-Americans and loosened ties with the Kentucky Baptist Convention, has announced plans to retire effective June 30.

“For 21 years Jan and I have served Georgetown College with all the energy and passion we had to give,” Crouch said in a letter to trustee chairman Earle Goode, chief of staff to Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels.

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