College V.P. Inman wins Chamber Community Service Award

Grove City College Vice President for Enrollment Services and Registrar Dr. John Inman was presented with the Grove City Area Chamber of Commerce’s Community Service Award at the Chamber’s annual dinner Jan. 13 at the Grove City Country Club.

“John is very deserving and we are so happy for him. It is nice when someone who is so humble and does good deeds just for the sake of doing the right thing, is then recognized,” Chamber Executive Director Beth Black said. “He is very involved and joyfully gives of his time, talent and often treasure as well. He is always there and always willing to help.”

Inman, who has worked at the College since 1994, is very involved in community organizations. He is a board member and past president of the Chamber, serves on a number of Chamber committees and helps with all fundraisers and events. He is a member and past president of the Grove City Rotary Club, serves on the boards of the 79-80 Interstate Development Corporation and Beaver County Industrial Museum, is an elder at Bethany Presbyterian Church, Mercer, was a borough councilman, past president of the Mercer County American Red Cross, past board member of the Grove City Area United Way and a member of the Grove City Sportsman’s Club.

Inman also earned the College’s Florence E. MacKenzie Campus-Community Award in 1997. He and his wife Janice (Zinsner ’87) live in Grove City.

College V.P. Inman wins Chamber Community Service Award

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