Today I will announce the dedication of Wren College, something he has been in the process of forming for over 20 years. It will now be dedicated to the memory of my brother Randy Wren.
Randy died from a sudden heart attack July 10 in the lobby of his apartment building. His full obituary may be seen on the website of the Villager Newspaper or via one of the links on www.Facebook.com/RememberingRandyWren
At the reception after his funeral at Denver’s St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church today I will make this announcement. For the last 20 years I’ve dedicated my life to the strengthening of the grassroots in business and politics with the support and encouragement of Randy. Wren College was a project of mine he loved. Randy and our after-Easter Jesus will be my companions in it’s over-due launch.
I will enlist the help and support of each and everyone of the 35 Colorado State Senators in this effort. The first step will be a tour of the state to speak to the grassroots in each of the 35 Senatorial districts, and I hope each of the Senators will join me. Any who are not against Wren College and preserving the memory of Randy will be considered to be with us More will be announced next week. If you'd be willing to help please fill out the application above, then call me (720)495-4949.
For anyone reading this who doesn't know me, I'm the founder and President of your Small Business Chamber of Commerce, Inc. We work to cooperate with local community newspapers to strengthen the grassroots in business and politics. We have formed and facilitated free, independent self-directed learning groups since the Friday after 9/11, and we have now formed Wren College with the intention of helping other towns and cities to do the same. For more contact me through www.SmallBizChamber.org or (720)495-4949.
John S. Wren
Founder and President,
Small Business Chamber of Commerce, Inc.
Denver, CO now, with Wren College the world."This life is very short, let's get started!"