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Call and Post (Newspaper) - September 9, 2015, Cleveland, OhioOhio a Black news Leader i september 9, 2015 september 15, 2015 vol. 99 n0.36 16 pages 11800 shake Cleveland of 44120 copy Ufko 2015, do Moss keynotes pastors con o a a co j u j z s a a t 4 Rev. Or. Otis Moss or. By James w. Wade iii on sept. 15, United pastor in Mission will have their first meeting with their newly elected president Rev. Or. Larry Macon pastor of the it. Zion Church in Oakwood. The meeting will Start at 10 . And feature the Rev. Or. Otis Moss or. As the speaker. Moss is one of americans most influential religious leaders and highly sought after Public speakers. He is pastor emeritus at Olivet institutional Baptist Church in Cleveland and president Barack Obama appointed him to serve on a newly established 25-member White House advisory Council on Faith based and neighbourhood partnerships in february 2009. He also serves on the Board of trustees at Morehouse College where he earned a Bachelor of arts degree in 1956. He earned a masters of divinity degree from the Morehouse school of religion interdenominational theological Center in 1959. Rev. Moss also completed special studies at the inter denominational theological Center from 1960 to 1961 and earned a doctorate of divinity degree from the United theological Seminary while leading the Olivet flock in 1990. From 1954 to 1961 Moss served As pastor of the mount Olive Baptist Church in Lagrange Georgia. From 1956 to 1961, he also served As pastor of Atlanta a Providence Baptist Church and therefore simultaneously led two congregations from 1956 to 1959. From 1961 to 1975 he pastured the mount Zion Baptist Church in Lockland Ohio and in 1971 he served As co pastor with the Rev. Or. Martin Luther King sr., at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta. In 1975, Moss was called to pastor the Olivet institutional Baptist Church in Cleveland Ohio. Most recently. Moss eulogized former congressman Louis Stokes and set the Church on fire with his words. A we Are so honoured to have or. Moss speak to us he is a living icon in the United states and he is a part of us a a said Macon. Macon serves As the chairman of the United pastors in Mission and served As chairman of Southern Christian leadership conference Cleveland chapter As Well As chairman of the new covenant Christian Academy and former chairman of the educational foundation inc. He is a commissioner for the state of Ohio a constitutional modernization comr Mission. He was also awarded 2013 Success net Power networked of the year. He serves a member of the senators re entry advisory team and works with key civic and political leaders. A Prev. Macon continues to be Humble and has not let anything waver his vision for the City of Cleveland and Many of us appreciate All that he has done. 1 am Happy to know that he is leading the United pastors in Mission because of his great vision a a said former chairman Rev. Larry Harris. For the past 31 years Macon has been a preacher teacher and civic Leader of the Community. Macon a ministerial focus has been on the family and has specialized in the study of african american males in the areas of spiritual personal and transformational growth. God it. A with two morning one of the services a membership of is in the g 5,000, 25 ministries in Community operation and being led by o 2 a on congresswoman Marcia fudge along with Cordell Stokes son of Cleveland a first Black mayor Carl b. Stokes and former governor ted Strickland and friends participated in the 44th annual labor Day Parade. Photo by James w. Wade iii Columbus funeral Home sued for a losing a body by Rhonda Crowder when our relatives pass on and we proceed to obtain funeral services it is expected that the loved ones body is in trusted hands. It is expected that the director will keep track of the body and present that beloved ones remains to the family in a dignified manner for final viewing. Well according to the family of Nivina Cargill that a not always the Case. In fact Columbus based family members of Cargill have filed a lawsuit in the civil division of Franklin county court of common pleas against Smoot funeral services director Monique Smoot individually and Edward funeral services for a closing the late Cargill a body As Well As preparing the wrong body and casket for a family Derrick Williams the son of the late Cargill obtained the smooth a services after Cargill passed away from cardiac arrest. See body/6c Juanita Wintrop retires Karamuz House theater hires after 38 years at the a Tony f. Sias As new ceo Tony f. Sias a amp a news wire historic african american theater a new Leader promises to Quot rebuild Trust Quot and make the cultural Center Quot a National Citadel of african american arts and education. A Cleveland a Karamuz House inc. Announced last week that Tony f. Sias has joined the historic theatre and cultural arts Center As its president and ceo. Or. Sias duties will include oversight of Karamus Day care Center educational programming and its world renowned live theatrical performances. Or. Sias comes with More than 20 years of experience As an arts administrator educator professional theatrical director and actor. Having spent the last nine years As the director of the department of arts education with the Cleveland metropolitan school District a Midor. Sias led and coached an arts education team of administrators teachers and consultants in Best practices for arts education in the school District and managed an average annual budget of about $2 million. At the Cleveland school of the arts chair. Sias also served As artistic director for four years where he conceptualized and directed benefits galas concerts exhibitions and other visual creative and performing arts events showcasing student Talent. Karamuz Board president David m. Reynolds says a we Are delighted to have Tony Lead Karamuz into its 100 years. He is a top Talent in the arts and education Field and he truly underscores the Renaissance Karamuz House is or. Sias is no stranger to Karamuz acting and directing in More than eight theatrical productions Over the past two decades. He has also served As an International education ambassador in Istanbul 2008 amp 2009sat As a panellist with the National endowment of the arts for theater 2012-13and was a recent Tony award nominee for a excellence in theater education 2015 a or. Sias leadership at Karamuz can be boiled Down to one Central role leading one of the nations few remaining historically Black theatres boldly into the 21st Century. Leading Karamuz Means having an Opportunity to rebuild Trust with the Community in Cleveland and nationally a explains Sias. A it Means becoming the Citadel of african american cultural arts in this while Sias is passionate about Karamus live theatrical performances he is eco rally inspired by the possibility of its educational programming. A we will create and design education programs that Are innovative integrative and that speak to the needs of 21 st Century Urban youth a he says. A we will be a Safe Haven for lifelong learners who wish to experience and Leam in and through the arts. We will continue to be that place of Joyful gathering As we have for 1 x look for the Call amp Post exclusive one on one interview with Karamus new ceo in next weeks Wintrop by Stacey Stewart contributing writer after having established a new position at the Louis Stokes Veteran administration building in 1977, Juanita Wintrop is now prepared to retire after to dirty eight years of service. She will now be ushering in the next chapter of her life. A Well respected and knowledgeable employee of the a Hospital in Cleveland Ohio Juanita has developed Long lasting friendships displayed courteous and professional action news bed Side manner and left a lasting impression on the Many lives she has touched for Over three decades. From initially developing her skills in the geriatric Ward to expanding her knowledge through assistance with spinal Cord patients radiology services and later transitioning into the Mammogram division Juanita has gained a wealth of knowledge and experience in patient care. She leaves an exemplary record of dedication and genuine compassion to her former colleagues and medical professionals. Further adding to her list of commitment to service in 1980 Juanita began to share her talents with local Union 31, serving As the Union Stewart and current elected Delegate. Now ready to embrace a Well deserved break from full time work Juanita but still has her sights set helping others in need. When asked How she now plans to spend her downtime Juanita stated with enthusiasm a a in a going to relax and enjoy not getting up at four or five of clock in the morning any More a she went on say a i want to take some classes in sign language and Brail at tric because i still want to help through her conversation and the outpouring of support from her family friends and co workers it is undeniable that Juanita Winthrop a presence and service will be missed at the a. During her highly anticipated and Well attended retirement party at the Mediterranean party Center the guest of Honor received presents and Well wishes from her friends and family. Wint Loop stated Over the Joy of Well wishes a a i just want to say to everyone thank you. From 1977 until today i thank the message that Many of those in attendance said to her in return was is. Juanita it was by you a Job Well done. A Ost Facebook a of. Wed thurs Fri sat 78/59 78/57 77/59 65/58 sun67/5
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