Washington Elects New President

The Washington Conference Executive Committee on Aug. 5 elected a new Conference president—John Freedman. His predecessor, DaveWeigley, a few weeks before accepted the presidency of the Potomac Conference, in the Columbia Union, with offices in Staunton, Vir., in the Washington, D.C. area.

Freedman has served in the Washington Conference for four years. For three of those years, he led out in the ministerial association, evangelism, and stewardship. When elected president, he had served for one year as vice president for administration.

He and his wife Malinda have three sons: Jonathan, 20; Jesse, 18; and Jared, 14. •

September 01, 2002 / Washington Conference
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