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Archive for August, 2013

Aug
12

Ivan Marks

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Ivan Marks writes: Glenna and I have lived in Austin since 1980. I served the FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH as business administrator and retired in 1993. We are still active in the life of the church and I serve as the manager of our ADOPT A CHAPLAIN program. We have been sending comfort and care packages to our troops in Iraq and Afghanistan and giving financial support to the national headquarters.  Ivan and Glenna live in Austin, Texas.  Email address is: ivanandglenna@gmail.com

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Aug
12

Stephen L. Bennett

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Stephen L. Bennett writes:  I retired from active duty on 31 May 1993 at Fort Sam Houston.  I am currently serving as:
District Superintendent, Northwest Plains District, West Ohio Conference, The United Methodist Church, 910 E. Third St.Ottawa, OH 45875.  Stephen lives in Lima, Ohio.  Email address is:
sbennett@wocumc.org

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Aug
12

Iris D. Bell

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Iris D. Bell writes:  I have moved from San Antonio, Texas to Papillion, NE to live with my daughter, Sharon and Don Ingram. I will be moving my church membership from Trinity Baptist Church to Lifespring Church and attending with my family, leaving behind many friends of 29 years. I also was involved with the Bible Study Group at Triumphant Lutheran Church, Garden Ridge, TX. Iris lives in Papillion, Nebraska.  Email address is:  irisdbell@yahoo.com

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Aug
12

Everett Hayes

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Everett Hayes writes:  I currently have my own marriage and family therapy practice with offices in Wichita, McPherson, and Salina Kansas. My time as a Family Life Chaplain helped prepare me for this chapter in my life.  Everett lives in Wichita, Kansas.  Email address is: dreveretthayes@cox.net

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Aug
12

Tim Tatum

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Tim Tatum writes:  I am involved in teaching, writing, and working with local pastors. Serve on the board of two Christian ministries. Tim lives in Gainesville, Virginia.  Email address is:  tim_tatum@comcast.net

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Aug
12

J. Roger Dill

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J. Roger Dill writes:  I retired–again–June 2012, from a small church on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. I served five wonderful years with a small congregation of marvelous older folks. Hurricane Irene in 2011 flooded the building and we used the insurance to jack the brick church up to above 9 feet above sea level. What money was left bought materials and builder that I have been all my life, and my boss is a Jewish Carpenter, I was able to oversee the restoration and do most of the work. But it was not as easy as it used to be going to build schools in Belize or volunteering in Florida following Hurricane Andrew in the early 90′s. God has a way of using us where we are, or leading us to where there is work to be done that God can bless. Being on an Island these past five years, I was also blessed to conduct several funerals where military honors were rendered, sadly not all were older retirees. Roger lives in Cold Spring, Kentucky.  Email address is: rogerdill1@gmail.com

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Aug
12

Tom Oxley

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Tom Oxley writes:  Except for 3 years as office manager of a Foster Care & Adoption agency, I’ve worked in church related business. My previous job was as office manager for the national agency supporting Catholic Campus Ministry. I’ve been with the Presbytery of the Miami Valley here in Dayton just over 10 years now. I have offered support to 50+ churches regarding helping returning veterans to their congregations, bugler for memorials and funerals and guest speaker for history of the Army chaplaincy.  Tom lives in Dayton, Ohio.  Email address is: thomaso827@sbcglobal.net

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Aug
12

Terry Swan

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Terry Swan writes:  I am a Professor of Psychology and Religion at Lindsey Wilson College, Columbia, KY.  Terry lives in Campbellsville, Kentucky.  Email address is: swant@linsey.edu

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Aug
12

Barry White

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Barry White writes: Lisa and I retied from the US Army in July 2010 and live in Land O Lakes, Fl, which is just north of Tampa. I am a Chaplain on Holland America Line, volunteer Chaplain doing funerals at the Florida Veterans National Cemetery in Bushnell, Fl, Chaplain and board member for the Community Volunteer Corps in Pasco County supporting the school system’s Student in Transition program which supports homeless students with personal items for living, and I “fill-in” for my Pastor at First United Methodist Church, Land O Lakes and teach small group classes. Lisa and I have had some serious illnesses over the past two years, but we are doing good now. God is faithful and we trust Him. Barry and Lisa live in Land O Lakes, Florida.  Email address is:  barry@barrywhite.org

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Aug
12

Billy Hayes

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Billy Hayes writes:  I retired from Irvington Baptist Church, Fremont, CA about 9 years ago and Mickey and I are enjoying living in the boonies of Northern CA. I am the Chaplain for our local Volunteer Fire Department and the local chapter of MOAA. I also get the opportunity to preach monthly at some of the small Methodist Churches in our county.  Billy lives in Los Molinos, California.  Email address is:  bhayes234@aol.com

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