Retired Secret Service Agent to Speak in Birmingham Jan. 8

Retired Secret Service Agent to Speak in Birmingham Jan. 8Jim Shaffer KELLER ad black

(Birmingham Area Seniors Coordinating Council Press Release, Dec. 20, 2014)

Birmingham Area Seniors Coordinating Council

2121 Midvale Street

Birmingham, MI 48009-1509

waterworkThursday, January 8 at 1:00 p.m.
Cost: Complimentary members; $3 non-members
Pre-register by Tuesday, January 6

Retired Secret Service agent, Radford Jones, gives a fascinating overview of his experiences during the protection of six presidents, vice presidents and foreign heads of state. The presentation will include photographs from Presidential Libraries, Secret Service archives and his personal collection. He will also discuss his assignment on President Kennedy’s White House Detail in 1963.

During his Secret Service career Mr. Rad Jones was involved in the planning for several ferncareADPresidential Inaugurations, political conventions and dignitary visits around the world. Following his secret service career, Rad became Director of Security for Ford Motor Company. He currently teaches a class on Homeland Security in the School of Criminal Justice, Michigan State University.

Visit and check out their November/December Newsletter for a full list of classes, programs and special events or stop by BASCC at 2121 Midvale in Birmingham today. It’s YOUR senior center (248) 203-5270.

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