Junction sees Evangeline Residence retirement of Major Beverley Buell July 1st.

 The Salvation Army’s Junction Evangeline Residence is a major resource and home for marginalized women in Toronto. Located on the north side of Dundas St just east of Keele St. The text below is from the army.
Major Beverley Buell retired July 1 from her final appointment as chaplain at Toronto’s Evangeline Residence.
Enrolled as a senior soldier by General Frederick Coutts at the 1967 centennial congress in Toronto, Beverley was commissioned in 1978 in the Disciples of Jesus Session. Prior to marrying sessionmate Sydney Buell in 1979, she served as assistant corps officer in Hanover, Ont., and Estevan, Sask. The Buells served together as corps officers in Indian Head, Sask., Haliburton, Ont., and Neepawa, Man., and in Harbour Light appointments in Kingston, Ont., and at the Toronto West and Toronto centres.
Beverley’s service continued in Toronto where she ministered through the River Street social services office and as chaplain at Florence Booth House, Booth Industries and Evangeline Residence.
Beverley feels blessed to have served the Lord and looks forward to spending time with their children James and Laura Kelly (Buell), Jennifer and Luke Faulkner, and Jonathan Buell; and grandchildren Cassidy, Alex, Sophie, Logan and Ronan.

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