Episcopal Life Convention Daily
Friday, 14 July 2000  

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Thanks to staff of Convention Daily

I wish to express my thanks and gratitude to those diocesan editors and members of Episcopal Communicators who volunteered their time for the past 10 days to staff Convention Daily.

Led by Carol Barnwell (Diocese of Texas), editor of the Daily, the news team was composed of Tom Beckwith (Colorado), Susan Erdey (Rhode Island), Dale Gruner (New Jersey) and Sharon Sheridan (Newark). Episcopal Life staff, Nan Cobbey, Ed Stannard and Marie Panton, also assisted with writing.

Dick Snyder (Diocese of Nevada) was staff photographer, with other photos by the Rev. Jeff Sells (Diocese of Utah). Marjorie George (Diocese of West Texas) assisted with copy editing. Jerry Fargo of Episcopal Life was responsible for layout and production, assisted by Theo Barnes of New York.

The Episcopal ChurchWomen's Triennial Today was printed and distributed with the Daily for the first time at this convention, providing Triennial Today with a greater circulation and reducing the production cost of both publications.

Jerrold Hames
Editor, Episcopal Life

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