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12 May 2010 :: 05:05:58 am 20169

Management changes at the Father Ray Foundation

Following the recent annual meeting of the Redemptorists of Thailand held in Pattaya, the following changes have been announced.
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Pattaya, the 10th of May 2010 [Pattaya Daily News]:Fr. Apisit Kritsaralam, C.Ss.R. Acting President of the Fr. Ray Foundation, will leave Pattaya to take up the position of Director of Ruamrudee International School in Minburi, and joining the Fr. Ray Foundation will be Fr. Pattarapong Srivorakul, C.Ss.R. known to all as Fr. Peter, who has a Masters Degree in Public Health Management from Emery University in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.  Fr. Peter also took additional courses in Business and Education Management.  His experience will be very valuable to the more than 850 children and students under the care of the Fr. Ray Foundation

Fr. Apisit, a former Vice-Provincial of the Redemptorists of Thailand, has spent the past two years working at the Fr. Ray Foundation, and earlier this year he took on the position of Acting-President due to the ill health of Fr. Lawrence Patin C.Ss.R. who remains hospitalized in the United States.

Before leaving to take up his new post Fr. Apisit had a few words to say to the supporters of the Foundation, “Thank you so much for all your dedication and support to the Fr. Ray Foundation…I feel very privileged to know and work with all of you. I have really enjoyed my life and work here and look forward to coming back”.

Also joining the Redemptorists in Pattaya, and returning to work for the Fr. Ray Foundation, will be Fr. Michael Picharn Jaiseri, C.Ss.R. who in the past had spent several years working alongside the Foundation’s founder Fr. Ray Brennan.

Fr. Worawut Saraphan, C.Ss.R. and Brother Denis Gervais, C.Ss.R. remain in their present positions as Vice-Presidents of the Fr. Ray Foundation.

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