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Ken Behr Resigns

Head of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability was on the job just over two years.

The ECFA issued a rather terse press release on Wednesday announcing that president Ken Behr was leaving the organization. No reason was given, nor were Behr's future plans explained.

According to the release, senior vice president Dan Busby will serve as acting president until a new president is chosen.

"We are thankful for the contributions Ken has made to ECFA during his tenure," ECFA chairman of the board Michael Batts said in the release. "He has stretched us to more fully utilize technology in providing membership and educational services, and he has generated a number of ideas about the growth of our membership base."

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Posted:May 2, 2008 at 10:34AM
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