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Nonprofit organization executive

William Earl Cane, American nonprofit organization executive. Grantee Rascob Foundation, San Francisco, 1970, Santa Cruz (California) Community Foundation, 1988, Mervyn's Foundation, 1988, Eschaton Foundation, Santa Cruz, 1994. Founder Friends of the Deaf, San Francisco, 1970; co-founder Santa Cruz (California) Sanctuary, 1987.

Background

Cane, William Earl was born on August 15, 1935 in San Francisco, California, United States. Son of Joseph Earl and Mae M. (McDermott) Cane.

Education

Master of Divinity, St. Patrick's Seminary, 1973. Doctor of Theology, San Francisco Theological, 1976.

Career

Associate pastor St. Joseph Church, Cupertino, California, 1960-1965. Director St. Benedict Center, San Francisco, 1966-1972. Professor Graduate Theological, Berkeley, California, 1973-1979.

Director IF, Santa Cruz, since 1975. Editor Integrities, since 1985. President Association Priests Union, San Francisco, 1970-1972.

Board directors Creative Conservation, Monterey. Lecturer in field.

Membership

Founder Friends of the Deaf, San Francisco, 1970. Co-founder Santa Cruz (California) Sanctuary, 1987.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Gardener, water divining, tennis, cooking.

Connections

Married Patricia Ann Mathes (divorced 1997).

father:
Joseph Earl Cane

mother:
Mae M. (McDermott) Cane

spouse:
Patricia Ann Mathes