Broach Receives Family Values Award from LDS Church

From left: Menifee Stake President Michael Gray, Kraig Broach, Tonya Broach, Menifee Stake Second Counselor Jerhi Wilcox.
Head football coach Kraig Broach of Heritage High School was presented a Family Values Award last Sunday evening at the Menifee chapel of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

The Family Values Award has been established to “recognize the honorable efforts of moral, upstanding community leaders who, while not members of the Church, are striving to advance standards and values that are consistent with the Church’s position on family.”

Presenting the award was Michael Gray, President of the Menifee Stake.

“The whole purpose of a coach is to turn mirrors into windows,” said President Gray. “The example Coach Broach has set forth by being anxiously engaged in coaching and in family and is well deserving of this award.”

Broach has been in the education field for more than 11 years, earning Sunbelt League Coach of the Year honors in 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013. He was also CIF Central Division Coach of the Year and coach of the CIF Champion Patriots football team in 2013.

“This affirms what I’m trying to achieve as a coach and a member of this community,” Broach said.

In attendance where his wife Tonya and their three children, members of the Heritage High School staff, members of the football team and the coach’s parents, Ken and Kathy Broach.


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