Brad Kenney Takes Reins of Community House

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Kendra & Brad Kenney with their son Jack.

It is with great pleasure and the utmost confidence that the Board of Trustees of The Community House announces the appointment of Bradley J. Kenney as the new Executive Director, effective August 1st. Mr. Kenney, a life-long Moorestown resident, lives in town with his wife, Kendra, and newborn son, Jack. We are very excited to have a Moorestown native take over the reins of this historic and iconic emblem of our community.

A commissioner of Moorestown Fire District #1 and volunteer firefighter, Mr. Kenney has served our community for many years. “I am honored to have been chosen as the next generation of leadership for The Community House” says Kenney.  “Our community’s home is emblematic of our town and our commitment to giving back.  My vision is to continue cultivating the 70+ non-profits and service organizations that use our home as well as the social and recreational needs that make Moorestown unique.  With the recent launch of the Our Unity Capital Campaign, I will also be sharing our story.  As a non-profit that does not receive any funding from local, state or federal government, this effort is critical to ensuring our town’s uniqueness and preserving our commitment to giving back for another 88 years. I have seen this community do a lot of great things and I am confident that working together, we will achieve our goal.”

Mr. Kenney comes to us from The Evergreens retirement community in Moorestown and holds his Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Eastern University.

Mr. Kenney is replacing Bill Newborg, who announced his retirement on May 1st of this year.  As Executive Director for the past 25 years, Bill has literally changed the face of the Community House.  He has taken our community’s home from disrepair to the beautiful English Manor house that exists today.  We can’t thank Bill enough for his commitment to this cherished, memory-filled building.  To say Bill will be missed is an understatement.  He has left an indelible mark within our walls, as well as within the lives of so many throughout our community.

Please join us in welcoming Brad and in wishing Bill and his wife, Marylou, years of health and happiness in their retirement.

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