Los Angeles honors long-time FWAA member Brad Pye Jr. for service to recreation commission

ffaw_redesignBrad Pye Jr., a sports journalist, broadcaster and long-time member of the Football Writers Association of America, was honored by the City of Los Angeles recently when it named the gymnasium at Saint Andrews Recreation Center after him in recognition of his many contributions to the Department of Recreation and Parks Boards Board of Commissioners.

Pye was the first African-American president of the L.A. Department of Recreation and Parks Board of Commissioners.

Councilmember Bernard C. Parks said Pye “had been on the forefront of dealing with youth activities and recreation and park facilities for decades.”

Click here to read the entire story by Cora Jackson-Fossett of the Los Angeles Sentinel.

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