After a lengthy search process, we’re proud to announce that Chaplain Craig Wiley has accepted our offer to become the next executive director of RTCA and will assume duties full-time in mid-April.
A horseman and pleasure rider, Chaplain Wiley and his wife Jean reside in Atlanta, GA, and will be relocating to Lexington, KY.
Chaplain Craig Wiley is an ordained minister of the General Association of Regular Baptist Churches. He has served in the United States Army since 1969, with nineteen months in the Republic of Vietnam.
He has served in the Army’s Chaplain Corps since 1973, and has been stationed with the Michigan Army National Guard; Fort Hood, TX; the Republic of Korea; Fort Monmouth, NJ; Fort Gordon, Georgia; Baumholder, Germany and Bosnia-Herzegovina; Fort McPherson, GA; Fort Irwin, California; Fort Gillem, GA; and Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, DC.
Chaplain Wiley holds a Bachelor of Religious Education degree from Cornerstone University, Grand Rapids, MI and Master of Religious Education and Master of Divinity degree’s from Grand Rapids Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids, MI. He also holds a Master of Strategic Studies from the United States Army War College, Carlisle, PA.
Please join us in welcoming Chaplain Wiley to RTCA.