Bob Kurtz

Executive Director at Minstry To Children Inc

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Last Updated 10/26/2017

General Information

Employment History

President  - Evangelical Association

Education

B.D. Degree  - Drake University

Master's degree  - Broadcast Journalism , Drake University

Masters  - School of Journalism at Drake

college degree  - Yankton College

doctorate  - Radio-TV - Film , Northwestern University

Affiliations

Lifetime Media Member  - PGA TOUR Inc

Board Member  - Evangel Church

Lifetime Media Member  - PGA TOUR Inc

Board Member  - Southeast Conference

Chairperson of the Southeast Conference Evangelism Committee  - United Church of Christ

Board of Trustees  - CRMC Hospital Foundation

Web References  

Golf's Ironman Marathon

Fundraising for this caring commitment is essentially through the marathons of MTC Golfs Executive Director, Bob Kurtz.
Bob Kurtz Executive Director bobkurtz@golfsironman.com 256-531-3806

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Golf's Ironman Marathon

Fundraising for this caring commitment is essentially through the marathons of MTC Golf's Executive Director, Bob Kurtz.
Bob Kurtz Executive Director bobkurtz@golfsironman.com 256-531-3806

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Broadcast History

Bob Kurtz enjoyed a long and prestigious career as a TV sportscaster before deciding to concentrate his efforts into serving others.
Bob as WBBM-TV (CBS) Chicago 1968-72 TV Host of "Wonderful World" Bob has received many "Sportscaster of the Year" awards as well as Emmy and ACE nominations for his work as both a sportscaster and TV Host. He is also well-trained in televisiion as radio. After receiving his college degree from Yankton College (SD), he earned a Master's degree in Broadcast Journalism from Drake University and studied for his doctorate in Radio-TV-Film at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. Bob also did some play-by-play for the Denver Broncos and is credited for the nicknaming the defense, "The Orange Crush. Part of the original sports anchor team, Bob was an important part of the beginning of America's first twenty-four hour news network. He retired from Turner Broadcasting after five years. During his twenty-year sports casting career Bob spent as much time as possible covering golf and the PGA Tour. He has covered the Masters, U.S. Open and PGA championships and is a lifetime media member of the PGA Tour.

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