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Christian Science Chaplain honored by Boston School of Theology
The Alpha Chapter of the Boston University Association of Alumni has selected US Army Chaplain (Col. Ret.) Janet Horton as a Distinguished Alumnus of Boston University School of Theology for 2011. The commendation for Chaplain Horton states:
“Janet Horton has, with remarkable quality, embodied the essence of the mission of the School of Theology. Ms. Horton served a pioneering role in the Army Chaplain Corps for more than 28 years. Her persistence and dedication to principled Christian love and ministry had a broad and powerful impact on the US Military. She was the first woman to serve as a Corps Chaplain, and was the first woman promoted to the rank of Colonel in the Army Chaplain Corps.
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