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Sept. 1, 2021

Grudzinski elected to second term as Knights of Columbus Missouri council leader

Mike Grudzinski

Mike Grudzinski

Mike Grudzinski, a video and web conference specialist in Northwest Missouri State University’s Learning and Teaching Center, recently was re-elected to a second term as state deputy of the Missouri State Council of the Knights of Columbus.

Grudzinski was elected unanimously during the organization’s 120th Annual Convention April 23-25 in Jefferson City. As state deputy, he leads more than 43,600 Knights of Columbus members in the state of Missouri. He serves as chairman of the State Council Officers Board as well as president of Columbian Charities of Missouri Inc.

The Knights of Columbus is a worldwide Catholic fraternal benefit society formed in 1882.

Grudzinski joined the Northwest staff in 1993. He holds master’s degrees in higher education leadership from Northwest and in communication studies from the University of Iowa as well as a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.


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