Wednesday, November 07, 2007

Mary Dulabaum resigns from Association of Brethren Caregivers.

Mary Dulabaum has resigned as director of Communications for the Association of Brethren Caregivers (ABC), as of Nov. 14. Since 1997, she has communicated the agency’s mission of serving the caring ministries of the denomination.

Dulabaum has edited "Caregiving," a quarterly publication for pastors, deacons, and congregational caregivers, and developed ABC’s first website and oversaw its redesign in 2004. She has created and produced promotional materials for events such as National Older Adult Conference and the Caring Ministries Assembly. She also has represented ABC on inter-agency committees and collaborated on past Live Reports at Annual Conference,, Passport to Wellness initiatives, and the shared ministries report shown at district conferences.

In addition, she has served as staff representative for ABC’s Disabilities Ministry and Voice: Mental Illness Ministry. In 1999, she worked with many volunteers to create resources on accessibility for people with disabilities. In 2005, she collaborated with volunteers to produce resources for Health Promotion Sunday on ways the church can respond with love and care for those with mental health concerns.

She leaves ABC to join Judson University in Elgin, Ill., as director of marketing and communications.

Source: 11/08/2007 Newsline Extra

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