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Notes about People

Date 04 May 1996 16:05:54


96131                   Notes about People 
                      by Jerry L. Van Marter 
     The Rev. J. Houston Hodges, recently retired executive of North 
Alabama Presbytery, has been named editor of "Monday Morning" magazine.  He 
will begin immediately and work mainly from his home in Huntsville, Ala. 
     In his 41-year career as a Presbyterian minister, Hodges has worked as 
a pastor, campus pastor and executive in Texas, Canada, California and 
Alabama.  He has gained renown as a teacher, speaker and creative force 
behind the creation of church-based computer communication, including 
PresbyNet and its ecumenical counterpart, EcuNet. 
     Hodges is a graduate of Texas Tech University and Princeton 
Theological Seminary.  He lives in Huntsville with his wife, Pat. 
                              # # # 
     The Rev. George Conn, associate for racial ethnic schools and colleges 
in the National Ministries Division in Louisville, has accepted a call to 
be pastor of Massanutten Presbyterian Church in Penn Laird, Va.  He begins 
his new ministry June 10. 
                              # # # 
     Mike Maus, a Presbyterian elder who is director of communications for 
the National Council of Churches, has announced his resignation in order to 
become director of communications for the American Bible Society.  Both 
organizations are headquartered in New York City.  Maus begins his new work 
April 30. 
                              # # # 
     Eight new trustees have joined the Board of Trustees of the 
Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Foundation, class of 1998.  They are: 
     * the Rev. Carl F. Bosteels, pastor of First Presbyterian Church, 
Oklahoma City 
     * the Rev. Stuart D. Broberg, pastor of Central Presbyterian Church, 
Des Moines, Iowa 
     * Stewart B. Clifford, senior advisor and investment consultant for 
Munn, Bernhard & Associates, New York City and an elder of Brick 
Presbyterian Church there 
     * Peggy J. Klingeman, head tax accountant with Klingeman Tax Service 
in Othello, Wash., and a member of Othello Presbyterian Church 
     * William C. Lauderbach, a trust and investment banker and member of 
Memorial Presbyterian Church in Midland, Mich. 
     * North Carolina business consultant, attorney and former law 
professor Gerald LeVan, a member of Black Mountain (N.C.) Presbyterian 
     * the Rev. Patricia Ann McClurg, executive presbyter of New Castle 
Presbytery in Newark, Del. 
     * retired Tennessee banker Ray U. Tanner, an elder of First 
Presbyterian Church, Jackson, Tenn. 

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