Thrivent volunteers, UTBA adorn planters round Higher Township ‣ Ocean Town Sentinel - Ocean Town Sentinel


UPPER TOWNSHIP — Volunteers with a Thrivent Motion Staff at the side of the Higher Township Industry Affiliation added some allure to the family Might 25 by way of cleansing out and planting flora in planters across the township.

The planters are situated at Beesley’s Level Ground, Path 9 and Roosevelt Street, Path 9 close Acme in Seavile, on Path 50 in Tuckahoe and at Township Corridor and close Levari’s on Tuckahoe Street.

An Higher Township resident since 1992, monetary helper Glen Stewart arranged the try thru his employer, Thrivent.

“I provide personalized financial guidance to people at all stages of life. At Thrivent, we view money not as a goal, but as a tool — one that can afford you a life rich in meaning and gratitude. We believe humanity thrives when individuals make the most of all they’ve been given. I’m here to help you do just that,” he mentioned.

Stewart, who retired in 2022 upcoming 25 years as manager of generation for Higher Township College District, began section moment with Thrivent in 2020.

“Before my time with Thrivent, I served in public education for more than 20 years, but I’ve also been a broadcast radio DJ, and I even toured the country performing Shakespeare,” he mentioned.

He and his spouse of greater than 30 years, Suze DiPietro-Stewart, have two sons. 

Stewart mentioned Thrivent is a not-for-profit, Christian wealth control company that strives to profit the communities by which workplaces are situated.

Thrivent Motion Groups are a hands-on method to give again to the family.

“I was privileged to help members of St. John Lutheran Church gather over 750 food items to feed hungry folks in Ocean City as part of Thrivent’s ‘Feed the Northeast’ program,” he mentioned. 

Each presen, each and every member will get two Thrivent Motion Kits to facilitate family carrier tasks. Every one comes with T-shirts, thanks playing cards and a $250 Visa card.

“Instead of a bank manager with a big check, they give money to  team members to do good in their community,” Stewart mentioned.

Stewart has been concerned with the Inexperienced Staff and the UTBA, wherein the undertaking was once arranged. He mentioned the cash was once old to defray the price of flora and that 3 individuals of the family joined him in planting in 12 planters.

– By means of CRAIG D. SCHENCK/Sentinel personnel

– Photograph by way of Glen Stewart, picturing him with Chelsea Delaney, daughter July Delaney and Sandra Adamson beautifying flower planters Might 25 at Beesley’s Level Ground.

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