April 12, 2017 | Updated: January 29, 2019


Robert (Bob) Bradshaw (pictured right) plays a very valuable role as an Area 22 volunteer, coach and committee member. He holds a position as a Board of Director for Special Olympics Texas while also serving on the State Families Committee. He previously coached for the Clear Creek ISD team and presently coaches with the Space Center Rockets. Bob also helps in the fundraising for Area 22 by recruiting plungers and funds for the Galveston Polar Plunge. He has been the top individual fundraiser for numerous years. Bob always has a positive attitude and offers to help in any way needed. His passion for our athletes show in every aspect that he is involved in. Bob has a son in our program and recruits his whole family to support Special Olympics Texas. Area 22 is proud to acknowledge Robert (Bob) Bradshaw as our Volunteer Spotlight for this quarter.

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