Service Roster



Listing of CPTers and delegation members and where they served.

CPTers serving the Palestine team (al-Kahlil & at-Tuwani) July-September 2010 were: Tarek Abuata (Maryland, USA), Ellen Arginteanu (Pennsylvania, USA), Dennis Bricker (Iowa, USA), Laura Ciaghi (Trento, Italy), Fathiyeh Gainey (London, England), Elizabeth García (Texas, USA), John Harris (California, USA), Steve Heinrichs (British Columbia, Canada), Esther Mae Hinshaw (Oregon, USA), Diane Janzen (Alberta, Canada), Sarah MacDonald (Iowa, USA), Sam Nichols (California, USA), Paulette Schroeder (Ohio, USA), Ryan Shiffer (Wisconsin, USA), Melanie Southworth (Ontario, Canada), Inger Styrbjörn (Gamleby, Sweden), Joe Wyse (Ohio, USA); Delegation members 20 July-2 August were:  Richard Barrett (Ohio, USA), Marie Bodnar (Manitoba, Canada), Jonathan Brenneman (Ohio, USA), Tomasz Glowacki (Victoria, B.C., Canada), Hope Hamilton (Tennessee, USA), John Holm (Illinois, USA), Margaret Holm (Illinois, USA), Kathy Neufeld Dunn (Kansas, USA), Eric Paul (Tennessee, USA), Steve Ramer (Colorado, USA), Ryan Schumacher (Alabama, USA), Marianne Torres (Washington, USA).

CPTers serving the Colombia team July-September 2010 were: Michele Braley (Minnesota, USA), Kryss Chupp (Illinois, USA), Jenny Dillon (Washington DC, USA), Nils Dybvig (Minnesota, USA), Eloy García (New Mexico, USA), Gladys Gómez (Colombia), Jamie Hazelwood (Colombia), Chris Knestrick (Ohio, USA), Julie Myers (Ohio, USA), Scott Nicholson (California, USA), Juvenal Pacheco (Colombia), Sandra Milena Rincón (Colombia), Jenny Rodríguez (Colombia), Chris Schweitzer (Connecticut, USA), Pierre Shantz (Colombia); Delegation members 14-27 July were: Pamela Bernzott (Ohio, USA), Stacey Carmichael (Indiana, USA), Marvin Funk (Ontario, Canada), Julie Hart (Ohio, USA), Beth Kuntz (Ohio, USA).

CPTers serving the Aboriginal Justice team July-September 2010 were: Martin Bates (South Dakota, USA), Julián Gutiérrez (Risaralda, Colombia), Peter Haresnape (Cambridgeshire, England), Rebecca Johnson (Ontario, Canada), Christine Klassen (Ontario, Canada), Janie Stein (South Dakota, USA), Jerry Stein (Texas, USA), Colin Stuart (Ontario, Canada); Delegation members 13-23 August were: Hannah Breckbill (Nebraska, USA), Eileen Hanson (Minnesota, USA),  Darryl Langendoen (Ontario, Canada), Timothy Nessim (Alberta, Canada), Rudolph Wiens (Ontario, Canada), Rosemary Williamson (Ontario, Canada).

CPTers serving the Iraq team July-September 2010 were: Peggy Gish (Ohio, USA), Marius van Hoogstraten (Amsterdam, Netherlands), David Hovde (Illinois, USA), Rosemarie Milazzo (New York, USA), Doug Pritchard (Ontario, Canada), Garland Robertson (Texas, USA), Chihchun Yuan (Taipei, Taiwan).

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