Bruce Massey joins ACU Foundation with more than 20 years of property tax consulting experience
For Immediate Release
Nov. 7, 2000
Tom Craig, Director of Media and Community Relations
Bruce Massey has joined the ACU Foundation at Abilene Christian University, bringing more than 20 years of experience in property tax consulting to the Foundation staff.
Massey began working with the ACU Foundation part-time June 1. His permanent full-time status was effective Nov. 1.
After graduating from ACU with a bachelor of science degree in 1976 and completing his master's degree in 1978 at ACU, Massey has studied the property tax field. Most recently, he served as property tax manager for Deloitte & Touche in Abilene.
The addition of Massey to the ACU Foundation staff is another component to building a strong, vibrant staff to help ensure a strong future for ACU.
"As the ACU Foundation addresses a $1 billion goal to strengthen the university's endowment in the next few years, Bruce brings a great depth of knowledge and important, necessary skills to help us achieve that goal," said Dan Garrett, president of the ACU Foundation. "He will be a vital link to ACU's continued success."
Dr. Royce Money, ACU president, said, "We are fortunate good men like Bruce Massey choose to use their professional knowledge and skills to further the ACU mission of educating students for Christian leadership and service. Through our graduates, efforts of good men like Bruce have the capability to significantly impact the world."
While attending ACU, Massey was a basketball letterman, earning his letterman status as a sophomore in 1976. He is originally from Del Rio.
He and his wife, Pam, have two children: Julie, a graduate of ACU, and Brad, a sophomore business major and baseball player at ACU. They attend Oldham Lane Church of Christ where Massey serves as a deacon.
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