However, the city of New York would not have found it easy to send
representatives to the annual meetings in locations as disparate as Dayton and
Cincinnati, Charlotte, Fayetteville, Atlanta, and Boston. The UUA, with its
congregations in cities across the country, was in a much better position to
represent New York City at the annual meetings. The UUA contacted the ministers
of congregations in each of these areas, and these representatives of Unitarian
Universalist values agreed to represent the New York City Comptroller's Office
at the meetings of the several companies.
was addressed by the Rev. Rhett Baird of the UU Fellowship of Fayetteville, AR.
Rite and Raytheon
were addressed by Jerry Gabert, Treasurer of the UUA.
Depot was addressed by the Rev. Don Southworth in Atlanta, GA.
Unfortunately, not all particpants were able to provide us with information
about their experiences, but we offer here their names and the corporations
whose meetings they addressed.
NCR Corporation was addressed by the Rev. Richard Venus of the Miami
Valley UU Fellowship, in Dayton, OH.
Federated Department Stores was addressed by the Rev. Barbara Child,
then of St. John's Unitarian Church in Cincinnati, OH.
Lowe's was addressed by the Rev. Wyman Rouseau of Piedmont UU Church
in Charlotte, NC.
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