Keith McElroy has joined the Toccoa Falls College staff as director for church relations.
McElroy became a professional firefighter in 1973 and had a distinguished career of 33 years.
He served as a fire chief for the National Park Service and as director of fire and emergency services for U.S. military bases overseas.
Originally from Santa Ana, Calif., McElroy moved to the Toccoa area in 2006.
He has performed as a stand-up comedian and ventriloquist for schools and churches, and he also enjoys playing the bagpipes.
McElroy’s responsibilities will include developing relationships with churches and ministries and overseeing the college’s traveling teams.
“I am grateful for the opportunity of using my experience and ability to unite TFC with churches that results in growth and blessings to each other,” he said.
Toccoa Falls College was founded in 1907 and is a four-year Christian college that uniquely integrates biblical truth, academic excellence, and intentional spiritual formation in a caring, Christian community.
Keith has been a huge help as a volunteer at WRAF. Our staff congratulates him on being appointed to this position... Bryan Race
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