ACPE Retired Educator Rev. Paul David Steinke
ACPE Certified Educator Candidate Joel Jueckstock
ACPE Certified Educator Karen Miller
ACPE Certified Educator Karen Miller died from cancer on December 9, 2022. Karen was a beloved wife, mom, Director of CPE at the Training and Counseling Center at St. Luke’s Episcopal, and mentor to the hearts of many. Karen's husband, Bruce Miller, welcomes condolences at the following address: 615 Sycamore Street, Decatur, GA 30030. Details regarding a CPE community memorial will be shared at a later date.
ACPE Spiritual Care Professional Roy Dahl
ACPE Certified Educator Earl Page Cooper
ACPE Certified Educator Earl Page Cooper died at sunset on August 29th while under hospice care in Scottsdale, Arizona. His family invites you, if you are so inclined, to honor Earl with a donation to the following scholarship fund:
ACPE Retired Educator Reverend Dr. G. Robert "Bob" Gary Sr.
Make an ACPE Foundation Gift in Reverend Dr. G. Robert "Bob" Gary Sr. Memory
ACPE Friend James Lapsley
ACPE Retired Certified Educator Rev. Amos Kempton Haynes, Jr.
Kempton was ordained a United Methodist minister in 1963 and served parishes in the North Georgia Conference. In recent years he served as a counselor and as a consultant in Clinical Pastoral Education.
ACPE Certified Educator Rev. Louis Anthony Serio
ACPE Certified Educator Rev. Louis (Lou) Serio died on April 26, 2022, at Nottingham Health and Rehab in Olathe, KS. Lou was born to Jean and Louis Serio in 1962, and was the oldest of three siblings. He is survived by his mother, his sister Karen and her husband Leon, and his brother Steven and his daughters: Nicole and her fiancé Felix, and Allyson, and her husband John and their daughters Layla and Lorelei. Lou was pre-deceased by his father and sister-in-law Karen.