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Resignations and retirements

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27 February 2015

DARRANT. The Revd Louis Darrant, Rector of St Mary's, Maldon, with Mundon (Chelmsford): 28 February.

DOOLAN. The Revd Leonard Doolan, Area Dean of Cirencester: 17 March, remaining Vicar of Cirencester, Hon. Canon of Gloucester Cathedral (Gloucester), and Hon. Canon of Douala Cathedral (Anglican Church of Cameroon).

IWUAGWU. The Revd Chukwuemeka Iwuagwu, NSM of St Mary's Cathedral, Glasgow, and Chap- lain of Glasgow Caledonian Uni- versity (Glasgow & Galloway).

KEULEMANS. The Revd Andrew Keulemans, Rector of St Peter's, Musselburgh (Edinburgh).

McCREA. The Revd Francis McCrea, Rector of St Brendan's, Belfast, and Canon of Down Cathedral (Down & Dromore): 28 February.

MASON. The Revd Jonathan Mason, Rector of All Saints', St Andrews, Hon. Scottish Episcopal Chaplain of St Andrews University, and Canon of St Ninian's Cathedral, Perth (St Andrews, Dunkeld & Dunblane).

MORTIS. The Revd Lorna Mortis, Rector of St Paul and St John, Airdrie, and Bishop's Domestic Chaplain (Glasgow & Galloway).

PARMENTER. The Revd Deirdre Parmenter, Rural Dean of Loes, remaining Canon Emeritus of St Edmundsbury Cathedral (St Edmundsbury & Ipswich).

RICHARDSON. The Revd Andrew Richardson, Rector of the East End Team Ministry, Glasgow (Glasgow & Galloway).

WADE. The Revd David Wade, Area Dean of Newham, remaining Vicar of St Luke's, Victoria Docks, and Hon. Canon of Chelmsford Cathedral (Chelmsford).

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