Magazine article Anglican Journal

Five Lay People Honoured with Award of Merit

Magazine article Anglican Journal

Five Lay People Honoured with Award of Merit

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Five individuals will receive the Anglican Award of Merit, the Anglican Church of Canada's highest award for lay people; the honour is given to those who have contributed to the life and work of the church at the national and international level.

The recipients are Dorothy Davies-Flindall, Klaus Gruber, J.H. Clyne Hatradence, Elizabeth "Betty" Livingston, and Tsuyoshi Eddy Nishida.

Ms. Davies-Flindall, prolocutor of General Synod from 2001-2004, has served the national church for the last 19 years. She was a member of the Primate's World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF), partners in mission committee, communications and information resources committee, and the Council of General Synod (COGS). In the diocese of Ontario, she has been a Sunday school teacher and parish council member.

Mr. Gruber, who is from the diocese of Saskatoon, was elected a member of the PWRDF board in 2001. He was cited for his work with refugees.

Mr. …

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