Father George V. Brendemann
Diocese of Phoenix
- St. Theresa’s Parish, Scottsdale – 1980
- St. Catherine’s, South Phoenix – 1985
Summary of Sexual Abuse allegations against Father George V. Brendamann:
Father George V. Brendemann, a onetime executive for the Boy Scouts of America, sexually abused at least 15 boys before becoming a priest, and at least eight after. In 1988, Father Brendemann was arrested and successfully prosecuted for sexually abusing boys between the ages of 10 and 14-years-old.
The Diocese of Pheonix knew of past allegations prior to Father George’s ordination. The Diocese admitted there were several letters in Bredemann’s file recommending he not become a priest. Nuns at St. Teresa’s Parish also recommended Bredemann not be ordained.
Father George V. Brendemann, however, was ordained in 1983. He died in prison in 2012.
If you have information about Father George V. Brendemann or if you are considering a case against the Phoenix Diocese, please contact Andreozzi + Foote at 877-214-3238 or email us today. We have been protecting the rights of sexual abuse survivors for years and offer free consultations. We handle cases against abusive priests, clergy, nuns, religious leaders, and the Phoenix Diocese. The time to purse a case against the Phoenix Diocese may be limited, so it is important to consult with us quickly to understand and preserve your legal options.
Verdicts and Settlements
Verdict of $88,000,000
Settlement of $12-Million
Settlement of $10-Million
NEGLIGENT SECURITY HOMICIDE
Verdict of $1.75-Million
Verdict of $1.53-Million
Settlement of $1.4-Million
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