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Press Release: Peter Bergstrom retires from 10 year post as Executive Director of Episcopal Camps & Conference Centers

Press Release: Peter Bergstrom retires from 10 year post as Executive Director of Episcopal Camps & Conference Centers

Citing health problems, Peter Bergstrom announced his retirement, naming Bill Slocumb as his replacement.

From the press release:

I retired from Camp Stevens in 2012, and now it is time for me to fully retire. I have had pulmonary fibrosis for the past 8 years. It has not been much of a problem for me until this year, but now I need supplemental oxygen for any physical task. While there are still many things I would like to do with and for ECCC, I don’t have the energy to take on anything new. Fortunately, Bill Slocumb has been selected to serve as Director and he has a very strong and creative Board to support him, as well as Ashley Graham-Wilcox, his very competent associate.

For more about the transition and the new team, read the full press release published on the ECCC site.

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Leslie Marshall

for Peter, whose leadership and fine steward ship of Camp Stevens is appreciated by all, heartfelt prayers for a total miracle healing, in Jesus' name. much love, -- Leslie <

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