Changes at Decatur Cooperative Ministry

Marlene White is the new executive director and James Wilson the finance/administration director. Sue Holec, development director, is leaving DMC.

The Decatur Cooperative Ministry has announced administrative changes.
The Decatur Cooperative Ministry has announced administrative changes.

The Decatur Cooperative Ministry (DCM) helps poor and homeless people in the Decatur area. Sue Holec of the DMC recently sent out this message about administrative changes.

DCM will host a reception to welcome its new Executive Director, Marlene White, and announce its newest initiatives and partnerships.

The Welcome Reception will be held from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., Thursday, August 29th, at Columbia Theological Seminary, Decatur, GA 30031 in the Ellis Room of the Richards Center.

Please RSVP to DCM.WelcomeReception@gmail.com and provide your mailing address so that Decatur Cooperative Ministry can send you a personal invitation to join the festivities.

James Wilson recently joined the staff of DCM as the new Director of Finance and Administration.  He has a strong background in finance and previously worked at the Gateway Center in downtown Atlanta.  Please contact James for all of your inquiries about financial and/or In-Kind donations. 


FAREWELL from Sue:  Ecclesiastes 3:1 says, “For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven:”  I have been blessed to be a part of the Decatur Cooperative Ministry staff and community for nearly five years and wanted to let you know that my “season” with this ministry has come to an end.  July 31st is my last day as the DCM Director of Development.

Thank you for giving me the opportunity to partner with you in the vital work that is being done at and through Decatur Cooperative Ministry.   I have tremendous gratitude for you, the committed volunteers and donors who help DCM to meet the day-to-day needs in the various programs. 

Thank you for your friendship and thank you for your service to DCM’s neighbors in need.  I am much richer in life for having crossed paths with you and perhaps we will encounter one another again in a different setting.  Peace.


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