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People & Places, June 14

This is the second of two columns from the May 26 edition of TLC.


The Rev. Guillermo Arboleda is program manager of new starts for the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Chicago.

The Rev. Douglas A. Beck, ObJN, is rector of St. Francis by the Sea, Blue Hill, Maine.

The Rev. Edward M. Cardoza is priest in charge of Grace Church, Manchester, N.H.

The Rev. Adrian Dannhauser is rector of Incarnation, New York.

The Rev. Lisa Faber Ginggen is rector of St. James, Groveland, Mass.

Ms. Jeri-Lyn Flowers is director of college ministry at Christ Church, Valdosta, Ga.

The Rev. Lisa Fry is rector of St. Patrick, Brewer, Maine.

The Very Rev. Scott Garno is dean of the Diocese of Albany’s Metropolitan Deanery.

The Very Rev. Laurie Garramone is dean of the Diocese of Albany’s Western Mohawk Deanery.

The Very Rev. Shug Goodlow is priest in charge of Christ Church, Rolla, Mo.

Ms. Jerusalem Greer and Mr. Nathan Greer are executive directors of the Procter Center, London, Ohio.

The Rev. Alicia Hager is rector of Emmanuel, Hastings, Mich.

Mr. Jason Hoffman is the Diocese of Maryland’s director of communications.

The Rev. Canon John Johanssen is an honorary canon of Christ Church Cathedral, Cincinnati.

The Rev. Beckett Leclaire is ministry developer for the AuSable Inclusion Center, Mio, Mich.

The Rev. Lucas McSurley is pastor of Lamb of God (Lutheran-Episcopal), Estero, Fla.

Mr. Justin Miller is interim executive director of DaySpring Camp and Conference Center, Parrish, Fla.

The Rev. Cathy Milliken is deacon at St. Christopher’s, River Hills, Wis.

Mr. Jim Prout is co-chancellor of the Diocese of Albany.

The Rev. Nathan Ritter is chairman of the Diocese of Albany’s revived Commission on Ministry.

Ms. Grace Rose is grant manager for the Lilly Endowment Christian Parenting and Caregiving Initiative in the Diocese of Louisiana.

Mr. Jim Shake is the Diocese of Central New York’s ministry partner for Episcopal Relief & Development.

The Rev. Suz Southern is priest in charge of St. Paul’s, Berlin, Md.


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