Bio: Father David Brusky

Reno Gazette-Journal
October 9, 2005

[See articles about three Brusky accusers 1 2 3 and a description of Brusky's current living situation.]

July 12, 1926: Born in Marshfield, Wis.

1940-45: Attended Salvatorian seminary in St. Nazianz, Wis.

1947-52: Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C.

1952-54: Earned a doctorate in moral theology and a masters in philosophy in Rome.

1956-70: Missionary priest in Tanzania, Africa

1970-72: Leave of absence from priesthood. Worked in marketing with companies in New York and North Hollywood, Calif.

March-June 1973: Associate pastor, Our Lady of Snows parish in Reno.

July 1973: Ecumenical Campus Ministry, Inc., for Archdiocese of Baltimore.

1974: Associate pastor, Saint Teresa of Avila in Carson City.

1974-75: Associate pastor, Saint Albert the Great in Reno.

1977-79: Associate pastor, Mother of Good Counsel parish, Milwaukee

1982: Newman chaplain, Sonoma State University.

1985: California State University, position unclear.

1986-87: Priest at Holy Cross Church, West Sacramento.

1988: Spent six months at Saint Luke's treatment center in Maryland.

1989-92: Mission director, Salvatorian Foreign Missions, New Holstein, Wis.

1994-95: Salvatorian Foreign Missions, no location.

1996-97: Foreign mission, Tanzania, Africa.

1997: Jordan House, Milwaukee.

2003-present: Jordan Hall, Alexian House, north Milwaukee.


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