It's Great to Have Bradley in Rotary After Hours!

Serendipity brought Bradley (or Brad is fine, he says!) to Rotary After Hours. Originally looking for a way to make this world a little better by giving back and lending a helping hand at Riverfest, he came across RAH's need for volunteers to help with the fencing. He signed up to help our club and the rest his history for this Westby, WI native! 

Growing up on a 200 acre-Dairy Farm, Bradley knows the meaning of hard work. His family milked 60 cows and raised 7 acres of tobacco every year. Active in FFA in high school, he showed his Holstein Heifer named Missy at the Wisconsin State Fair. The skills he learned have helped him in his 31-year career at Trane Technologies, where he presently is an Advanced Manufacturing Engineer. 

When he's not having to travel for work, he enjoys spending time outdoors backpacking, hiking (ask him about his 13 and 14-teeners he's done), skiing, biking or hunting. You'll also find Bradley working on his house, repairing cars, motorcycles and snowmobiles. Bradley has three kids - Abbi (24), Allison (21), and Braden (16) so being a dad keeps him busy.

Please give him a warm RAH welcome at the next meeting or event and thank him for all his help with the Ugly Sweater 5k course setup!