Adolph Coors Iv to Speak at Chapel-Forum Nov. 29

Nov. 27, 1995

Adolph Coors IV will speak at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 29, in Waco Hall during Chapel-Forum at Baylor University. Coors will speak about his experiences with the family brewery and his decision to leave the industry.

When Coors was 14, his father, Adolph Coors III, was kidnapped and brutally murdered, and his family had difficulty coping with the loss. At the time, Adolph Coors III was chairman of the board of Coors Inc.

After surviving a near fatal automobile accident in 1973, Coors had a life-changing encounter with Jesus Christ. He left the family brewing business in 1979 to become the investment adviser for his immediate family. He also founded the national marketing company of ADCO Enterprises, Inc.

Coors has served on the Board of Directors of Prison Fellowship Ministries and an international prison ministries founded by Chuck Colson. He currently serves on the Advisory Board for The Family Ministry of Campus Crusade for Christ and the Board of Advisers for Kanakuk Kamp.

Coors is a frequent speaker to churches, high schools colleges and universities. He is often invited to share his story with such international groups as The Executive Ministry of Campus Crusade for Christ, The Gathering of Men and the Christian Business Men's Committee.

For more information, call 755-3517.

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