FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Wednesday, January 12, 2005
Governor Barbour Appoints Stewart to Mississippi Ethics Commission
(Jackson, Miss.)—Governor Haley Barbour announced the appointment of Rev. Brad Stewart, of Starkville, to the Mississippi Ethics Commission. He will serve a four-year term ending November 15, 2008. The Ethics Commission is designed to help public servants comply with the law and to ensure the highest standards of governmental integrity for the people of Mississippi. All elected and appointed officials and employees of state, county, district and municipal government in Mississippi come under the authority of the Commission.
“Brad is an upstanding member of his community and a perfect fit for the Ethics Commission,” said Governor Barbour. “I feel confident he will serve the people of Mississippi well.”
Rev. Stewart graduated from the University of Mississippi, earning his Bachelor of Public Administration degree, and he continued studying at the University to earn his law degree. He formerly practiced law with Bridgforth, Love, Norquist, and Stewart in Yazoo City. Stewart then graduated from Reformed Theological Seminary with a Master of Divinity degree. He is currently the pastor of Grace Presbyterian Church in Starkville. Stewart is a member of the Board of Directors and past President of the Golden Triangle Crisis Pregnancy Center. He has three children, two grandchildren and is married to Varner Hines Stewart.
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