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Minister

James L. Jelinek, American minister. Ordained to ministry Episcopal Church, 1971. Grantee, Koret Foundation, 1988, Oomoto Foundation, Japan, 1991.

Background

Jelinek, James L. was born on May 9, 1942 in Milwaukee. Son of James F. and Ruth Dorothy (Seaman) Jelinek.

Education

Bachelor cum laude, Carthage College, Kenosha, Wisconsin, 1964;Master of Divinity, General Theological Seminary, New York City, 1970;postgraduate, Vanderbilt University, 1964-1967.

Career

Assistant rector, St. BArtholomew's Church, Nashville, 1971-1972;program developer, Youth Svc. in Memphis, Inc., 1972-1973;associate recotr, Church of the Holy Communion, Memphis, 1972-1977;rector, St. Michael & All Angels, Cincinnati, 1977-1984;rector, St. Aidan's Episcopal Church, San Francisco, 1985-1991. Alternate deputy to general convention Episcopal Church, 1988, 91;/ member diocesan coun.Diocese of California, San Francisco, 1986-1990, president, 1989-1990, member Ethnic Ministries Commission, since 1986.

Achievements

  • Ordained to ministry Episcopal Church, 1971.

Membership

Vice president Mental Health Association Ohio, 1983-1984. President Coalition of Citizens Advisory Boards, Department Mental Health, Ohio, 1981-1984, Avondale Community Redevelopment Corporation, Cincinnati, 1981-1984. Trustee Mental Health Association San fRancisco, 1985-1989.

Board directors, American Israel Friendship League, since 1989. Member General Theological Seminary Alumni Association, Dakota Club.

Connections

Married Marilyn Kay Wall, June 18, 1988. 1 child, Mark Anthony Barreto.

father:
James F. Jelinek

mother:
Ruth Dorothy (Seaman) Jelinek

spouse:
Marilyn Kay Wall

child:
Mark Anthony Barreto Jelinek