Mennonite manager resigns after his bankruptcy surfaces

Presidency lasts just eight weeks
Less than a week before he was announced as the new president of Mennonite Mutual Aid, Terry “Skip” Nagelvoort filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, unbeknownst to those who selected him for the position. As a result, Nagelvoort’s position at the helm of the church-affiliated financial services and stewardship agency lasted less than eight weeks.

Nagelvoort, who became president of the Goshen, Indiana–based MMA at the start of August, resigned September 21 following a board inquiry. MMA officials declined to comment on his departure, citing employee confidentiality, according to the Mennonite Weekly Review. Nagelvoort also declined to comment.

 

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