NAD Nominating Committee Report
Delegates voted to accept the recommendation of the Nominating Committee to extend the following calls:
Vice presidentR. Ernest Castillo, secretary of the Pacific Union Conference
Associate secretaryCarolyn R. Forrest, director of Human Resource Services and assistant to the conference executive secretary of the Florida Conference
Childrens Ministries directorJoann Herrington, associate professor of education at Union College
Ministerial Association secretaryRussell C. Burrill, director of NAD Evangelism Institute (NADEI) at Andrews University. Burrill will continue as director of NADEI, and also assume the additional responsibilities of Ministerial Association secretary.
Womens Ministries directorCarla Baker, Womens Ministries director of the Southwestern Union Conference
The following incumbents were reelected:
Vice presidents Debra C. Brill, Alvin M. Kibble, and Gerald N. Kovalski: Note--The number of NAD vice presidents has been reduced from six to the above-mentioned four.
Associate treasurersMarshall L. Chase, Delbert L. Johnson, Kenneth W. Osborn, and C. Michael Park
Adult Ministries DirectorJ. Alfred Johnson, II
Adventist Community Services DirectorSung K. Kwon
Associate directors of EducationLarry D. Blackmer and Erma J. Lee
Family Ministries directorWilbert H. Oliver
Health Ministries directorDeWitt S. Williams
Hope for Humanity/Ingathering directorMaitland DiPinto
Information Technology Services director and associate directorNancy C. Lamoreaux and George I. Brill
Retirement Plan associate administratorsJudy A. Beers, Marilyn E. Pazitka (to administer Canadian Plan), and Linda R. Wick
Stewardship directorG. Edward Reid
Volunteer Ministries Network directorJose V. Rojas
Youth Ministries directorJames L. Black
Also voted were members of the Adventist Retirement Plan Board; Board of Education, K-12; and the NADEI Board of Trustees.
The NAD president, secretary, and treasurer were reelected at the GC session held this year in St. Louis. The NAD presidents assistants for administration and communication, Halvard Thomsen and Fred Kinsey, were reappointed to their positions.