Kiwanis Storyteller retires

| Jan 22, 2020

Kiwanis Storyteller retires

Longtime Kiwanis International writer, photographer, editor and publisher Jack Brockley retired January 15 after 35 years of service to the organization.  

Kiwanis Storyteller retires Brockley spent the past 17 years (and three months) as editor and publisher of Kiwanis magazine. In that role, he shared stories about international presidents, Kiwanis members helping children with Down syndrome, the game of life, happy kids with new bicycles in Cambodia, rebuilding after disaster in Japan, ice skating in France and thousands of stories in between.

Brockley was also a committed steward of the Kiwanis archives, often disappearing into the basement at the Kiwanis International Office to tidy up and add pieces to the organization’s growing history.

Brockley, nicknamed the “Storyteller of Kiwanis” by Kiwanis International Executive Director Stan Soderstrom, is an active member of the Kiwanis Club of Zionsville, Indiana.

Kasey Jackson, former managing editor of Kiwanis magazine, was promoted to executive editor.

Kiwanis Storyteller retires


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