Service Roster


Listing of CPTers and where they served…

Summer TrainingParticipants in CPT's summer 2011 training
Ten people participated in CPT’s summer 2011 training in Chicago.  *Eight completed the training with 3-year commitments to serve as members of CPT’s Peacemaker Corps.  Left to right, back row: *Peggy Holm & *John Holm (Illinois, USA), Rod Hopp (Iowa, USA), *Daniel Fritzon (Malmö, Sweden), *Pat Thompson (Cardiff, Wales); middle row: Caitie Roberston (Oregon, USA), *Merwyn De Mello (New York, USA); front row: *Chris Sabas (New York, USA), *Adriana Cabrera (Bogotá, Colombia), *Evarossa Horz (Frankfurt, Germany).

CPTers serving the Colombia team July-September 2011 were: Stephanie Auxier (Colorado, USA), Gladys Gómez (Colom-bia), Esther Kern (Ontario, Canada), Chris Knestrick (Ohio, USA), Caldwell Manners (Meghalaya, India), Julie Myers (Ohio, USA), Jenny Rodríguez Díaz (Colombia), Pierre Shantz (Colombia), Stewart Vriesinga (Ontario, Canada); Delegation members were: 14-27 July – Tigist Gelagle (Addis Ababa, Ethiopia), Craig Hunter (Texas, USA), Samantha Lioi (Pennsylvania, USA), John Volkening (Illinois, USA) and Seth Wispelwey (Massachusetts, USA); 22 September – 5 October – Kevin Baker (Illinois, USA), Tom Benevento (Virginia, USA), Brittany Hanson (Nebraska, USA), Lauren La Rose (Illinois, USA), Nicky Melling (Cumbria, England). 

Aboriginal Justice
CPTers serving the Aboriginal Justice team July-September 2011 were: Julián Gutiérrez (Colombia), Peter Haresnape (Cambridgeshire, England), Rebecca Johnson (Ontario, Canada), Chris Sabas (New York, USA), Margaret Sumadh (Ontario, Canada); Delegation members were: 12-22 August – Merwyn De Mello (New York, USA), Kaitlyn Duthie-Kannikkatt (Ontario, Canada), Anneli Hemminger (Baden-Württemberg, Germany), Dieter Hemminger (Baden- Württemberg, Germany), Carrie Peters (Pennsylvania, USA), Muriel Schmid (Utah, USA), Tamara Shantz (Ontario, Canada), Meredith Lane Thomas (Ohio, USA), Rebecca Weaver Yoder (Pennsylvania, USA); 24 September – 5 October – Tessa Blaikie (Manitoba, Canada), Hannah Breckbill (Iowa, USA), Chiara Casotti (Regggio Emilia, Italy), Stephanie Epp (Saskatchewan, Canada), Stan Harder (Nebraska, USA), Ruth Harris (Lincolnshire, England), Hannah Kempf (New York, USA), Julie Martin (Ontario, Canada), Chuck Wright (Manitoba, Canada).

CPTers serving the Iraq team July-September 2011 were: CPTers serving the Iraq team July-September 2011 were: Sophia Calcagno (Illinois, USA), Lukasz Firla (Cesky Tesin, Czech Republic), Peggy Gish (Ohio, USA), David Hovde (Illinois, USA),  Rosemarie Milazzo (New York, USA), Sylvia Morrison (Ontario, Canada), Doug Pritchard (Ontario, Canada), Garland Robertson (Texas, USA), Zach Selekman (Pennsylvania, USA), Stefan Warner (Oklahoma, USA), Chihchun Yuan (Taipei, Taiwan).

Serving the Palestine team in al-Khalil and at-Tuwani July-September 2011 were: 19 CPTers and interns from Ontario and Alberta, Canada; Germany; Italy; Palestine; Sweden; United Kingdom; and California, Maryland, New Mexico, Ohio, South Carolina, USA; 12 delegation members July 19 – August 1 were from Ontario & Quebec, Canada; and California, Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota, North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Texas & Washington, USA; 12 delegation members 6-19 September were from Germany and Switzerland; names withheld due to Israel’s denial-of-entry policy.

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