New Officer Appointments Announced

These Salvation Army officer appointments within the Canada and Bermuda Territory are effective June 29, 2012.

April 13, 2012 by Colonel Floyd Tidd


On behalf of the Territorial Commander, I am pleased to inform you that International Headquarters has approved the following appointments effective June 29, 2012:

Major Brian Venables, currently serving as Divisional Secretary for PR&D in the British Columbia Division is appointed as Divisional Commander, Quebec Division.

Major Anne Venables, currently serving as Divisional Secretary for Business Administration in the British Columbia Division is appointed as Divisional Director of Women’s Ministries, Quebec Division.

Major Keith Pike, currently serving as Director of Field Education, College for Officer Training, is appointed as Territorial Youth Secretary & Assistant Secretary for Candidates.

Major Shona Pike, currently serving as Director of Personnel, College for Officer Training, is appointed as Secretary for Candidates & Assistant Territorial Youth Secretary.

Major Fred Waters, currently serving as the Secretary for Candidates, is appointed as Corps Ministries Secretary.

Major James Braund, currently serving as Assistant Principal, College for Officer Training, is appointed as Principal, College for Officer Training.

Major Ann Braund, currently serving as Training Officer, College for Officer Training, is appointed as Director of Spiritual Formation.

I know you will join me in praying God’s richest blessing upon our colleagues as they prepare to assume their new appointment responsibilities.

Sincerely,

Colonel Floyd J. Tidd, Chief Secretary

Comments

  1. Ralph Fish says:

    Is there a List of Office Appintments yet. Because i see just a few Moves

  2. There will be more moves announced two Fridays from now.

  3. I was disappointed to see the moves today. Not only are we losing officers we have only had for three years (this will be five sets of officers in less than 9 years!), but no one has yet been assigned to our corps. makes you feel special.

  4. With the retirement of officers and the regular officers being overworked why doesn’t the Army look into an assistant officer program but would this be to easy. Also leave officers longer in order to keep the corps going.

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