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Minister Greg Lewis

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reetings Brethren (and Sisters) who truly consider with me, Matthew 24:45-47 “Who then is faithful and a wise servant, whom his Lord hath made ruler over his household, to give them meat in due season?”

I certainly want to thank all of you who are helping and supporting the agenda that is being pushed forward through Pastors United. I encourage all to keep believing that rebuilding the family is at the top of our priority list; keep understanding that the Health and Wellness of all people is of paramount importance; keep knowing that we must provide the energy in developing a viable strategic plan concerning Economic Development and lack of jobs available in destitute areas of our city; trusting ourselves to provide critical leadership in resolving the issues concerning Crime and Incarceration, keep accepting the absolute fact that people must be the first responders when it comes to educating and training our young people and providing remedial programs for many members of our adult population. Finally, we must persist in urging a huge population that has totally given up all hope to civilly engage themselves in the process of governing our City, our County, our State and our Country. Pastors United has made a commitment to supporting those organizations and collaborations that have already made inroads in these areas of concern. We believe we must continue to provide God’s message to a world filled with deception, injustice, incorrectness and lacking in peace. In doing so, we can be the steroid to entities, organizations and institutions that have already advanced constructive ideas and are doing productive work. There is a mountain of labor ahead, but somehow the disadvantaged must be at the table. “If we are not at the table, we are probably on the menu” and there will be no change. If we want change, we have to work at it. This work is overwhelming, but I just believe “We should not let something hard keep us from doing something great!”

Sincerely,

Minister Gregory Lewis President, Pastors United 1


Board of Directors Officers

Board Members

President Minister Gregory Lewis

Pastor Donnie Sims Pastor Kenneth Bonner Elder Annette Lewis Elder Malcolm Hunt Pastor Patricia Woods

1st Vice President Pastor Mose Fuller 2nd Vice President Bishop Warren Kirkendoll

Advisors

Executive Secretary Dr. Patricia Robinson

Nathan Conyers Missionary Rochelle-Landingham Ms. Shawn Green-Smith Pastor Andrew Calhoun Apostle Curtis Robinson

Treasurer Pastor Charles Watson Chair of the Board Bishop Nathaniel Stampely

Pastors United 335 West Wright Street • Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53212 • Phone: 262-290-0896 Email: pastorsunitedmilwaukeer@aol.com • website: pastorsunitedwi.org

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Lisa Lampkins, Marian Muzzi, and James Flaherty of AARP Wisconsin are seated along with Milwaukee Times Advertising Director, George Neal and Nathan Conyers to discuss Pastors United and AARP Wisconsin April 4, 2014 collaboration at Jerusalen Missionary Baptist Church.

A noteworthy meeting of Pastors United occurred when Mayor John Dickert of Racine, Wisconsin and his staff visited with officers of Pastors United to make a presentation and to answer questions regarding their very successful housing and training programs earlier this year.

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A World of Thanks

We couldn’t have done it without you and we want to say thank you for all you have done. Pastor Lee Shaw St. Gabriel COGIC Rev. Dr. Donnie Sims Jerusalem Baptist Church Bishop Nathaniel Stampley Heritage International Ministries COGIC Rev. Dr. Harold Moore Mercy Memorial Baptist Church Rochelle Landingham Executive Director, West Care Wisconsin

Patron Listing Vendia Dyson Pastor Robert Briggs Sister Brenda Hart-Richardson Mr. Johnnie Richardson Minister Gregory Lewis Pastor Dr. Donnie Sims Ms. Monique Taylor

Pastor Janice Quinn Pastor Dr. Margaret Stone Mother Carolyn Johnson Mr. Jim Smith Pastor Lessie Phillips Pastor Pamela Jefferson 4


Statement of Purpose Frederick Douglass “If there is no struggle there is no progress. Those who profess to favor freedom and yet deprecate agitation, are men who want crops without plowing up the ground, they want rain without thunder and lightning. They want the ocean without the awful roar of its many waters. This struggle may be a moral one, or it may be a physical one, and it may be both moral and physical, but it must be a struggle. Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and it never will.” - Frederick Douglass “West India Emancipation” Speech, August 4, 1857

A. Philip Randolph “At the banquet table of nature, there are no reserved seats. You get what you can take, and you keep what you can hold. If you can’t take anything, you won’t get anything, and if you can’t hold anything, you won’t keep anything. And you can’t take anything without organization.” - A. Philip Randolph

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Elected Officials Lena C. Taylor - Lena Taylor is a lifelong resident of Milwaukee and a 1984

graduate of Rufus King High School. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 1990, and a law degree from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale in 1993. As an undergraduate, she joined Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority. After law school, Taylor worked as a public defender for more than two years, representing indigent citizens in need of legal services. In 1996, she opened Taylor and Associates Law Office, a general practice firm on the north side of Milwaukee. Lena Taylor has been a member of the Wisconsin Senate 4th district since 2005, and formerly served as the co-chair of the powerful Joint Committee on Finance. She previously served in the Wisconsin Assembly, representing the 18th District from 2003 through 2005. She has a handsome son, Isaiah.

Ashanti Hamilton -

Alderman Ashanti Hamilton is a native of Milwaukee. The eldest of six, he is a natural born leader. He grew up on the north side of Milwaukee and attended Riverside High School. He was known for his activism at an early age. After high school, he attended Marquette University where he joined several organizations, including Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. He was a part of and worked for Marquette’s Educational Opportunity Program and the Upward Bound Program. He continued his activism through various forms of expression like poetry, the Milwaukee 10,000 Man March, and the Million Man March, working directly with local and national organizers. Ashanti received his B.A. degree in English and became a teacher. He went beyond the call of duty with his students—becoming an advisor, mentor, and friend. He coached track and football, assisting many of his athletes to reach their full potential. Ashanti earned his Juris Doctorate degree from Thurgood Marshall Law School at Texas Southern University. Ashanti was elected to the Milwaukee Common Council in 2004 and re-elected in 2008 by an overwhelming margin, in April 2012 he was re-elected to a third term without an opponent. As an elected official, Ashanti Hamilton has sponsored several successful pieces of legislation, and some of that legislation has made quite an impact on how city government manages contracts and how minority vendors are selected. Ashanti is married with five children—all bright and beautiful girls.

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David Bowen is the son of Jamaican immigrants who came to Milwaukee to pursue a better life for their family. Born and raised on Milwaukee’s North side, David was a 2005 honors graduate of Bradley Tech High School. As a teen and young adult, David completed Urban Underground’s youth leadership program. He was selected as a Legacy Foundation Youth Activism Fellow and is a two-time graduate of the Americorps program, Public Allies. David pursued his undergraduate degree in Educational Policy and Community Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Firmly rooted in the community, David became Program Director at Urban Underground. David Bowen served on the medical College of Wisconsin’s Violence Prevention Initiative Steering Committee and is currently a member of the City of Milwaukee’s Homicide Review Commission. He is also a National Americorps Service Alum. In April 2012, he was elected to the Milwaukee County Board as Supervisor for District 10, becoming the youngest member of the Board and one of the youngest Black elected officials in Milwaukee’s history. He currently serves on three County standing committees: Health and Human Needs, Finance, Personnel and Audit, and as Vice Chair of Economic and Community Development.

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Keynote Speaker Congresswoman Gwen Moore

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ongresswoman Moore is a member of the prestigious House Committee on Financial Services, which has jurisdiction over the banking, insurance and housing industries. She serves on three subcommittees of the House Committee on Financial Services, including the Subcommittee on Capital Markets, Insurance, and Government Sponsored Enterprises; the International Monetary Policy Subcommittee; and the Oversight and Investigations subcommittee. Rep. Moore has also been appointed to the House Budget Committee, which oversees the federal budget process, reviews all bills and resolutions on the budget, and monitors agencies and programs funded from the budget process. In addition to her committee work, Congresswoman Moore was elected Vice Chair of the Congressional Women’s Caucus by her fellow female colleagues. She has held this position since January 2009. In this capacity, she has become a leader on issues like health insurance reform, domestic violence and maternal and infant mortality - problems that affect women both at home and abroad. Congresswoman Moore has been tapped as a leader on world affairs for four consecutive years as a U.S. delegate to the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe’s (OSCE) Parliamentary Assembly. In that role, Congresswoman Moore has pushed the OSCE nations to address the high global maternal mortality rates. She has worked to improve the health of women and to deal with the vulture funds that prey on poor nations that have been selected to benefit from global debt relief efforts. The OSCE is responsible for helping assure cooperation between European countries on a number of economic, political, and security issues, including the protection of human rights. Congresswoman Moore is a strong advocate for measures that focus on improving the economic and employment conditions in low-income communities. She has fought to curb predatory lending in minority neighborhoods, supported sound efforts to help small businesses grow and advance the creation of new jobs, pushed for more affordable housing, and advocated for compliance with respect to the non-discriminatory hiring of minority-owned businesses for government contracts. She has been an ardent supporter of initiatives that put low-income students on the path to educational success. She has consistently supported legislation to ensure low-income students have school access to three nutritious meals a day, year-round, as good nutrition has been proven to improve children’s attendance and attentiveness. Congresswoman Moore has also advocated for Federal TRIO programs, which are designed to support students from disadvantaged backgrounds and help them get to college. Representative Moore has been a strong advocate for boosting the efforts of the U.S. Department of Defense and Veterans Affairs Department to ensure our nation’s service members and veterans get the care they need to successfully address Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Congresswoman Moore has introduced legislation to promote confidential mental health care services for members of the military. She has also supported increased funding for PTSD research and treatment programs. She served in the Wisconsin State Senate from 1993-2003. Prior to her election to the Senate, Congresswoman Moore served two consecutive terms in the Wisconsin State Assembly from 1989-92. In 2000, Congresswoman Moore earned a Harvard University Certificate for Senior Executives in State and Local Government. As a state legislator, Congresswoman Moore was a champion of progressive and social issues and has continued to stand up as a voice for each and every constituent and neighborhood across the city. She applied her career expertise to help create jobs and build communities. She made a positive impact in critical issues related to welfare, education and criminal justice. A tireless advocate of women’s rights and civil rights, Congresswoman Moore led the fight against racial profiling, domestic abuse and voting rights violations.

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Lift Ev’ry Voice And Sing This song was originally written as a poem by James Weldon Johnson and then set to music by his brother, John Rosamond Johnson, in 1900.

Lift ev’ry voice and sing, till earth and Heaven ring, Ring with the harmonies of liberty; Let our rejoicing rise, high as the listening skies, Let it resound loud as the rolling sea. Sing a song full of the faith that the dark past has taught us, Sing a song full of the hope that the present has brought us; Facing the rising sun of our new day begun, Let us march on till victory is won. Stony the road we trod, bitter the chastening rod, Felt in the days when hope unborn had died; Yet with a steady beat, have not our weary feet, Come to the place for which our fathers sighed? We have come over a way that with tears has been watered, We have come, treading our path through the blood of the slaughtered; Out from the gloomy past, till now we stand at last Where the white gleam of our bright star is cast. God of our weary years, God of our silent tears, Thou Who hast brought us thus far on the way; Thou Who hast by Thy might, led us into the light, Keep us forever in the path, we pray. Lest our feet stray from the places, our God, where we met Thee. Lest our hearts, drunk with the wine of the world, we forget Thee. Shadowed beneath Thy hand, may we forever stand, True to our God, true to our native land. 8


Program Moving Forward—Let Nobody Turn Us Around Faith Leaders—Confronting the Challenges Facing Our Community Masters of Ceremony……………………………………………………………Pastor Charles Watson Temple of Prayer Christian Worship Center and Treasurer of Pastors United Pastor Mose Fuller St. Timothy Community Baptist Church and 1st Vice President of Pastors United Processional…………………………………………………………………….Pastor United Honorees Black National Anthem……………… “Lift Ev’ry Voice and Sing”……………………Mr. Terrell Lewis Invocation…………………………………………………………………………Pastor Jeanetta Perry Calvary Hill Church Dinner Musical Selection…………………………………………………………………Minister Betty Burns Faith Temple Pentecostal Church Elected Officials Offer Perspectives on Strengthening Communities Throughout the Milwaukee County City of Milwaukee………………….…………………………………The Honorable Ashanti Hamilton Alderman - District 1 County of Milwaukee…………………….…………………………….…The Honorable David Bowen Milwaukee County Supervisor - District 10 State of Wisconsin……….………………………………………………The Honorable Lena C. Taylor 4th Wisconsin State Senate District-Democrat Mime Praise Dance………………………………………………………………………….Kimari Barr Introduction of Keynote Speaker…………………………………………Sister Brenda Hart-Richardson Keynote Speaker…………………………………………………The Honorable Gwendolynne S. Moore 4th Congressional District-Democrat Faith Builds Milwaukee………………………………………………………Reverend Dan Washington Greater Spring Hill Baptist Church Presentations of the Pastors United 2014 Honorees Closing Remarks…………………………………………………………………Minister Gregory Lewis Pastors United President & Executive Director 9


Lifetime Achievement Award Pastor Julius Malone

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astor Julius Malone was reared in Memphis, Tennessee. He converted to Jesus Christ in August 1958 at Oakville Baptist Church in Memphis Tennessee. A year later, he was licensed to preach the gospel.

Pastor Malone moved to Milwaukee, Wisconsin in February 1960. He received his high school diploma from Milwaukee Adult High School. Malone was publicly ordained to the work of the gospel Ministry on September 20, 1963 at New Hope Baptist Church in Milwaukee, Wisconsin under the leadership of the late Pastor Raymond L. Lathan. He served for several years as Youth Pastor at New Hope Baptist Church in Milwaukee. Pastor Malone earned an Associate Degree in General Education from Milwaukee Area Technical College (MATC) and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Social Work from the University of WisconsinMilwaukee. He also attended the Chicago Baptist Institute of Theology for two years. He was Assistant Pastor at Mt. Moriah Baptist Church for two and a half years and instructor at Milwaukee Theological Institute for two years. Malone served as Chaplain for the Milwaukee Bucks for several years during the 1980s. Malone is currently serving as senior pastor of the New Testament Church of Milwaukee. He is author of the booklet “Some Reasons God Permits Evil” and the book “Going Through the Storms of Life.” Pastor Malone is married and the father of two sons, two daughters, seven grandchildren, and five great grandchildren.

Dr. Donnie Sims

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r. Donnie Sims was born in Gurdon, Arkansas. He received his calling at the age of sixteen while residing in Gurdon. He moved to Milwaukee in the early 1950s. He met and married the love of his life, First Lady Minister Nealie Daniels-Sims in 1957. They were blessed with seven children, many grandchildren and great grandchildren. Dr. Sims served as assistant pastor to the late Rev. Harvey Mormon at Union Hill Missionary Baptist Church. He received an Honorary Doctorate from Brewster Theological Clinic and School of Religion. In 1989, he from the Rexnord Corporation with 37 years of service. Dr. Sims served as President of United Ministers Fellowship, Moderator of Unity Baptist District Association for 16 years (1973-1989), and as President of Milwaukee African American Pastors Association for five years. Dr. Sims retired after 17 years as President of the General Baptist State Convention of Wisconsin, Inc. in 2006. Dr. Sims is the founder and pastor of Jerusalem Missionary Baptist Church. He is on the board of Pastors United and actively involved in many community organizations. Dr. Sims is married to First Lady Nealie Sims and they have seven children. 10


Honorees Dr. Alice L. Belcher

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r. Belcher believes that intra-familial domestic and sexual violence can significantly be reduced within the one generational time span of a paradigm shift. As a first and secondary survivor of interfamily violence, Dr. Belcher uses these experiences to help impact positive sustainable change for survivors and for their children by educating a community to eliminate the domestic violence and the re-victimization of survivors who report intra-family violence. Dr. Belcher founded CWP Ministries and its community outreach program, Impact Coalition for Families, with Alexis Nash. In 2008, she wrote the first copyrighted Certification in domestic Violence Advocate Cohort (CDVA) curriculum and training program. Dr. Belcher was awarded the Drum Major Award for Community Services in January, 2012 from President Barack Obama/The White House. She was also awarded for Outstanding Community Service in her continued commitment to women and children survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault in April 2011.

Joann Harris Comodore

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rs. Comodore is married with one child. She was born in Greenville, Mississippi and raised and educated in Milwaukee. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business and in Nutrition at Mt. Mary College. She also earned a Masters degree in Long Term Care Administration from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Mrs. Comodore worked for United Health Care, formerly Unicare Health, for more than 25 years as a nursing home administrator. In 1995, she founded her first communitybased residential facility (Residential Living Svs), an assisted living facility for the elderly and developmentally disabled adults. In 1997, she acquired the vacant lot next to her first facility and built her second CBRF (Residential Living Svs II). In 2000, Mrs. Comodore received funding to start an after school youth program (Neu-Life Community Development, Inc.), providing a variety of after school programs for youth between age 3 and 20. Neu-Life programs include Academic Enrichment & Life Skills, Community Action Projects, Arts Education, and Service Learning & Entrepreneurship. Mrs. Comodore’s community outreach expanded in 2003 and 2004, to include supportive independent living services which are “a la carte” daily living services that support vulnerable individuals living alone, allowing them to live independently in their own environment. Her affiliations include: Trustee and President of Woman’s Auxiliary, President of Christian Board of Education, Business District 32, Wisconsin Association of Assistant Living, Black Administrator’s Forum, Child Abuse Prevention and Zonta Club of Milwaukee. Mrs. Comodore takes great pride, pleasure and satisfaction in the mentoring and development of individuals seeking to fulfill their God-given purpose. 11


Honorees Shawn M. Green

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hawn M. Green has been a leader in the human service field for over 25 years, focusing on faith-based service delivery since 1995. Her direct service roles include pastor, executive director, associate director and director of resource development and volunteer service. Her expertise in providing program support includes an extensive body of work in the substance abuse and public health disciples as well as development and utilization of comprehensive, familydriven assessment and management tool. In 2002, she launched Faith Partnership Network, Inc. (FPN) to serve as a resource clearinghouse for grass roots, faith-based and other evolving service providers. Ms. Green possesses a unique ability to identify and promote the strengths of service providers, interpret their needs and concerns and facilitate solutions that have often resulted in replicable practices.

Malcolm L. Hunt, Sr.

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alcolm L. Hunt, Sr. was born on August 15, 1949 in Humboldt, Tennessee. He grew up in Gibson, Tennessee and graduated from Polk Clark High School in Milan, Tennessee, which is registered in Washington DC as a historical site. Malcolm joined the United States Marine Corps in 1967, served in Vietnam in 1968 and is a Purple Heart recipient. Mr. Hunt is single with six children and five grandchildren. He moved to Milwaukee in 1970 and on January 23, 1972, started working for the city of Milwaukee. Malcolm worked for 33 1/2 years — 8 1/2 years with the Department of City Development and 25 years with the Milwaukee Police Department, retiring in 2005. Mr. Hunt received his call to ministry in 2008 and was born again on October 19, 2008. He was ordained a minister and prophet on September 11, 2010, and was ordained an elder on January 8, 2012. Malcolm started missionary work in 2012 and has been to Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania, Africa. Presently, he is an elder with the Least of These International Ministry, under the leadership of Bishop Nathaniel Stampley, Sr., Pastor.

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Honorees Rochelle Landingham

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ochelle Landingham is a native of Pittsburgh, PA and currently resides in Milwaukee, WI. She earned a B.A. degree from the College of Speech at Marquette University. She also earned a Master’s degree of Science from the College of Business and Management and a Master of Business Administration from the College of Business, both from Cardinal Stritch University. Rochelle Landingham is Executive Director of West Care Wisconsin. She oversees the coordination of services and programming for total family needs in the Harambee Community. She is also the lead of Families Moving Forward. Rochelle recently became the Chair of Cultural Intelligence Action Team for Milwaukee County Behavioral Health Redesign. She worked for Milwaukee County Department of Health and Human Services for 23 years, until her retirement in 2011. Rochelle is a board member of Convergence Resource Center, which helps transition incarcerated individuals back into the community. She also works with Harambee Community Center and is a board member of Another Hand Foundation which supplies help to victims of fires. She is the District Missionary for the Brotherly Love District of Wisconsin First Jurisdiction, COGIC, is a Bible Instructor for Wisconsin First Jurisdiction of the COGIC and has taught classes for credentialing leaders in the jurisdiction. She also teaches classes at Holy Recovery International Church Spiritual Institute. Rochelle is Chaplain of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority and a member of Top Ladies of Distinction. She was Top Teen Advisor for four years and received the “Top Lady of the Year” award in 2006. Rochelle is married, has four children and eight grandchildren.

Martha Love

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artha Love has been a longtime community activist, political organizer and labor leader at AFSCME AFL-CIO in Milwaukee County for over 37 years, now retired.

Her experiences are extensive and range from being the former Chairman of the State and Milwaukee County Democratic party, to serving on a number of community and national boards. She has held these positions in order to help continue the social justice fight in our community. In addition, Martha is a Black History maker and is currently the successful small business owner of Martha Love Association, a community relations and community outreach business. Her business motto is “Working together, we can make it happen.” Martha is one of the founding members of the Human Trafficking Task Force of Greater Milwaukee. Their goals are to fight crimes against children and protect them from being sexually exploited in our community. Over 80% of all kids lured into commercial sex trafficking are lured by trusted friends and relatives. Sex traffickers recruit kids from malls, bus stops and around schools, with the average age of entry into the commercial sex industry in Wisconsin between 10-13 years of age. 13


Honorees Bishop Nathaniel Stampley, Sr.

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ishop Nathaniel Stampley, Sr. is Senior Pastor at Heritage International Ministries Church of God in Christ, Milwaukee, Wisconsin since 1989.

He formally served as Pastor in Louisiana, Mississippi, and Senegal, West Africa. Bishop Stampley is a lecturer for the General Council of Pastors and Elders of the COGIC (Norfolk, Virginia; Memphis, Tennessee; and Orlando, Florida). He became an ordained Minister in the COGIC (1971). Bishop Stampley has been President and Senior Bishop of Least of These International Ministries since 2003. He was consecrated a Bishop in Accra, Ghana (2004). Bishop Stampley is president of Motherland Media Co-op Alliance, Inc., Chairman of the Board of Pastors United Community Advocacy, Inc., and a former elected official on the Milwaukee County Board Supervisors, First District (1992-1996) He is married to Carolyn R. Stampley, and they are blessed with six children and twelve grandchildren.

Diane Stowers

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iane Stowers, of Atkinson BP Service Station, is the only African American owner of a BP service station in Wisconsin. The Mississippi native was a dental assistant for 17 years, when she and her late husband, Jimmy Stowers, “the love of her life” leased the then-Amoco gas station at North 8th and West Atkinson Avenue, and finally became the station’s owners in 2006.

With her determination and the assistance of her son, two daughters, and faithful employees, the business is sustained. Diane conveys a spirit of jubilance when speaking of her family oriented gas station located on the corner of 8th and Atkinson Avenue. She emphatically says, “I am a servant, which is my Gift. I am commissioned by God to serve others.” Diane is satisfied with not being in the limelight. She is elated when serving others. Diane continues to accomplish many goals in the face of adversity. She epitomizes strength, perseverance, and determination and continues to serve in the capacity in which God intended.

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Honorees Pamela Wilson

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amela Wilson has worked at the Sixteenth Street Community Health Center since 2002 as a board certified family physician. SSCHC is one of four federally qualified community health centers in Milwaukee where all patients regardless of insurance coverage, education, race, language, or any other barrier can come to receive quality medical care. Dr. Wilson received her medical degree from the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) in 1999 and then after completing her Family Medicine Residency in 2002 through the MCW St. Mary’s program (now known as Columbia St. Mary’s), she decided that her passion was to care for the under served. For that reason, she decided to go into community medicine and joined SSCHC where she has served as the Medical Director since 2011. Dr. Wilson is the mother of nine year old Hailey and during her free time enjoys being a mother, traveling, exercising, and spending time with family.

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Here’s to the Continued Success of Pastors United

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