Magazine article Anglican Journal

Milton (Tony) Barlow

Magazine article Anglican Journal

Milton (Tony) Barlow

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Milton (Tony) Barlow, whose work in Canada encompassed a variety of corporate and social justice groups, died May 4 at age 62 in New York after a long battle with cancer. At the time of his death, he was serving on the National Episcopal Church's Social Responsibility in Investments Committee and was an Episcopal Church representative on the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility.

His many contributions to the work of the church at all levels - parish, diocesan, national, international and "outside the walls" - stand as a tribute to his devotion and determination to help work to establish God's reign on earth as it is in heaven. Tony is remembered for simply volunteering "Here I am. What can I do?" and then doing it with grace and style.

Among the many ways he served the church during his short years in Canada are: member of the first Anglican national EcoJustice Committee; representative to the international Anglican Peace and Justice Network; representative to the board of the Taskforce on the Churches and Corporate Responsibility; member of the Corporate Governance Committee and the Social Issues Committee; member of the Anglican Socially Responsible Investment Group; member of the board of the Social Investment Organization; member of the board of the Centre for Christian Studies; and member of the St. …

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