My most favorite memory of Mr. Duley is when he as me to be part of nonprofit organization, Closing The Digital Gap. His presence will be truly missed. Sharon Courtland
John was such a light in this world. He was a wonderful man to care for, and I enjoyed all of our conversations we have shared in the few years I have known him. He was always kind and generous, and was always upbeat. It was such a privilege to care for this incredible m... Continue Reading
Randal Maurice Jelks
John welcomed me to the Presbytery, I was then the only African American clergy in Lake Michigan Presbytery in 1984. I always wanted to interview him about his ministry and civil rights activities. We blessed to have him for a century. My prayers are for the family and ... Continue Reading
Mary Kay Scullion
John was truly a leader of women and men committed to social justice. His loss is a loss for his family and the broader co.munity which has enjoyed the benefits of his co.mitmdnt and efforts.
I am very saddened to hear about Professor Duley’s passing. He has lit the path for so many of us who have sought to make experiential education a core feature of our educational systems. His life’s work on this issue has enlightened us in innumerable and invaluable wa... Continue Reading