Central California Conference Constituency Re-Elects Officers
   

    In its 2011 Quadrennial Constituency Session on November 13, 2011, the Central California Conference Constituency re-elected Ramiro Cano as president. Cano was first elected president by the expanded Executive Committee which included delegates from the eight conference areas, in November 2010.

    The constituency session, in voting chaired by Ricardo Graham, president of the Pacific Union, also returned Executive Secretary Ron Rasmussen, Treasurer Nelson Tabingo, and Vice President of Church Ministries Steve Horton to office. Three ethnic ministry coordinators were also reelected; Frederick Anderson, African-American Ministries, Dan Botabara, Asian/Pacific Ministries, and Dan Escamilla, Hispanic Ministries.

    Ezequiel Nichols, pastor of Fresno Sequoia Hispanic and Selma churches, was elected to serve as associate executive secretary for the next four years.

    “On behalf of my colleagues, I humbly accept this nomination,” said Ramiro Cano, conference president. “Through prayer and with Jesus’s strength and wisdom placed into our feeble hands, we know He will continually guide our conference. It is my prayer that our next constituency will be heaven!”