Stan and Barbara Fish remain actively involved in the affairs of SU. Stan recently popped in to SU’s National Office with a CSSM hymnal containing the activity leader names from missions in Durban in the early 1900s. The list of names includes many a well-known South African Christian leader. Stan is pictured with Tony Nzanzah, SU’s current General Director. Barbara Fish has been involved with editing and proofreading of the 2015 edition of Closer to God and her skills have been invaluable to the project.
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