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Farewell and Godspeed to

Bookkeeper Graydon Yearick


Graydon Yearick retirementSt Mark’s Financial Secretary, Graydon Yearick, for nine years has watched over the finances. Gray, brother of Connie Shaible, served St. Mark’s since August, 2011. Having been thinking about retiring for some-time, he made it official with his resignation effective June 1. As a congregation, we bid him farewell and pray that God speed him and his wife Patty on their way.

On May 31, we held a farewell coffee break. Gray’s wife, Pat, and several others enjoyed cake, coffee, and conversation.

The Personnel Committee and Finance Committee are working on securing his replacement. The work that Graydon did now consists of two positions: Bookkeeper and Financial Secretary. Herb Poff was appointed by Council to serve as Financial Secretary and has been working with Graydon on assuming those duties.

Graydon continues to assist with our bookkeeping needs until his replacement, Pam Carpenter, comes on board.. We thank him for his dedicated service. He will be missed around here, especially among the staff and those who account for the offerings each week.

Well done, good and faithful servant.