Story number 3 for 3 May 2001

By May 3, 2001

(International)–One of the top non-profit organizations in the United States has named a new CEO and President. Mission Network News’ Becky Carlson reports. International Aid of West Michigan continues to share Christ and meet the needs of people around the globe. This week they announced they will have a new leader to direct their efforts. 45 year old Myles D. Fish has been named to head up the Christ-centered, health-focused relief and development agency. Spokesman Jerry Dykstra. “He is with Prison Fellowship Ministries right now. He is Vice-President there and he will be taking over his new duties at International Aid in mid-June.” Dykstra says Fish brings with him a wealth of knowledge and experience. “He started out his career in the Peace Corp in Guatemala, serving there for about 3 years and he also is an ordained pastor. So we’re just excited about what the Lord is going to do through him, through International Aid and then in years to come.” Reporting for Mission Network News in West Michigan, I’m Becky Carlson.”

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