Narconon Oklahoma - Legislator asks for more oversight

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Narconon Oklahoma - Legislator asks for more oversight

Postby Knowledge » Wed Oct 03, 2012 6:46 pm

"Legislator asks for more oversight". October 3, 2012. Tulsa Beacon. http://www.tulsabeacon.com/?p=6261

Legislator asks for more oversight

A local lawmaker disturbed by suspicious practices of a drug and alcohol rehabilitation center in his county of Pittsburg plans to eliminate a loophole which allowed centers deemed “nonmedical” to operate without any state oversight.

In response to the recent deaths at Narconon Arrowheard, recently Rep. Brian Renegar, D-McAlester, requested the House of Representatives legal staff to draft legislation to require that nonmedical treatment centers must receive oversight and certification from the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.

“Many questionable practices have come to light in the last few months that have raised serious safety concerns, not just in Narconon’s reliance of daily 5-hour sauna sessions and a rigid vitamin regimen to combat withdrawals, but in the quality of their staff, which appear to be inadequately educated and trained in the care and treatment of patients with drug and alcohol addictions,” said Rep. Renegar.

Narconon Arrowhead, which is associated with the Church of Scientology, has had seven patient deaths since 2005, three of which occurred in the last nine months.
Narconon first came to Oklahoma in 1989 when it signed a 25-year lease with the Ponca tribe for its new 75-bed center in Chilocco. Narconon originally challenged Oklahoma’s authority to regulate the facility, claiming that they were not required to obtain certification or licensing from the state by virtue of its location on federal trust land held for the benefit of five Indian tribes comprising the Chilocco Development Authority.

As Narconon expanded its treatment to include non-Indians, they attempted and ultimately failed to receive certification from Oklahoma’s Department of Mental Health, which denied them on the basis that there was no credible evidence that the program was effective for chemical dependency. At the time, however, the state allowed for the center to get an exemption from certification when Narconon went instead to a private group, the Commission for Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) based out of Arizona, for approval.

In 2001, Narconon decided to close the Chilocco center and moved to its present location at the Arrowhead Lodge on Lake Eufaula.

State law later changed wherein the CARF certification alone was no longer sufficient to satisfy state licensing issues. The Department of Mental Health acknowledged the CARF approval, but only as it applied to the first of Narconon’s four steps in its treatment program - the non-medical withdrawal phase. Lacking proper certification was Narconon’s practice of rehabilitating people with substance abuse issues with saunas, vitamins and minerals.

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Re: Narconon Oklahoma - Legislator asks for more oversight

Postby Knowledge » Wed Oct 03, 2012 6:55 pm

Tulsa Beacon, http://www.tulsabeacon.com/?p=6261

From above article:

"Narconon Arrowhead, which is associated with the Church of Scientology, has had seven patient deaths since 2005, three of which occurred in the last nine months."


Seven (7) deaths since 2005 are:

Hillary Ann Holten = died April 2012

Stacy Dawn Murphy = died July 19, 2012

Gabriel Graves = died October 2011

Kaysie Dianne Werninck = died in 2009

Jean Lafitte = died January 2009

Fred Oesterreicher = died April 2007

Sharon Charlene Nederlander = died February 2005

Source:

Wade, Jarrel. "Letter recounts death at Narconon Arrowhead". Tulsa World. August 18, 2012. http://www.tulsaworld.com/news/article. ... ateD435534

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Re: Narconon Oklahoma - Legislator asks for more oversight

Postby Knowledge » Wed Oct 03, 2012 6:57 pm

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Re: Narconon Oklahoma - Legislator asks for more oversight

Postby Dust Bowl » Sat Jan 26, 2013 10:28 pm

SB 259 by Sen. Ivester:

Req. No. 37 Page 1
STATE OF OKLAHOMA
1st Session of the 54th Legislature (2013)
SENATE BILL 295 By: Ivester
AS INTRODUCED
An Act relating to mental health; amending 43A O.S.
2011, Section 3-415, which relates to certification of drug and alcohol rehabilitation facilities;
including recovery support facilities in certain definitions; excluding certain faith-based and
residential recovery facilities from the Oklahoma Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services Act; and providing an
effective date.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA:
SECTION 1. AMENDATORY 43A O.S. 2011, Section 3-415, is
amended to read as follows:

Section 3-415.
A. 1. The Board of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services shall promulgate rules and standards for
certification for private facilities and organizations which provide treatment, counseling, recovery, and rehabilitation services directed toward alcohol- and drug-dependent persons. These facilities and organizations shall be known as "Certified Services for the Alcohol and Drug Dependent". Only certified facilities may
receive and assist alcohol- and drug-dependent persons by providing treatment, recovery support, and rehabilitation.

2. Any person violating the requirement that only certified facilities may receive and assist alcohol- and drug-dependent persons by providing treatment to alcohol- and drug-dependent persons, upon conviction, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor. Except as otherwise provided in this section, no substance abuse treatment
program shall operate or continue to operate unless the facility complies with the rules promulgated by the Board and is certified as required by this section.

B. Applications for certification as a certified service for the alcohol- and drug-dependent person pursuant to the provisions of this section shall be made to the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services on prescribed forms.

C. The Board, or the Commissioner of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services upon delegation by the Board, may certify the facility for a period of thirty-six (36) months subject to renewal as provided.

D. The Board or the Commissioner of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services upon delegation by the Board, may postpone, deny renewal of, revoke, or suspend the certification of the facility for failure to comply with rules and standards promulgated by the Board.

E. The following are exempt from the provisions of the Oklahoma Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services Act:

1. Individual persons in private practice as licensed physicians, licensed psychologists, licensed social workers,
registered nurses, licensed professional counselors, licensed marriage and family therapists, licensed behavioral practitioners, individual members of the clergy, and certified alcohol or drug abuse counselors. The exemption shall apply only to individual professional persons in their private practice and not to any treatment facility operated by the person;

2. Properly licensed hospitals, psychiatric and medical surgical facilities;

3. Programs or facilities operated by a state agency;

4. Programs conducted and facilities operated by Alcoholics Anonymous; or

5. Programs conducted and facilities operated by the Salvation Army;

6. Faith-based, nonresidential recovery programs; or

7. Residential recovery-based programs with a resident capacity
of less than twelve (12).

F. Certified services for the alcohol- or drug-dependent person
shall comply with standards adopted by the Board. Such standards
shall require that treatment and therapeutic methods shall be in
compliance with:

1. The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations;
2. The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities;
3. The Council on Accreditation (COA); or
4. Approved medical and professional standards as determined by the Board.

G. Any facility or organization certified to provide certified services shall cooperate with inspection personnel of the state and shall promptly file all reports required by the Board.

H. All claims by and accomplishments publicized by any applicant for certification or any certified alcohol- or drug dependent organization, including but not limited to consumer count and success rates, shall be documented and verifiable by the Board.

I. The Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services is authorized to establish and collect certification and renewal fees for certification of private facilities and organizations which
provide treatment, counseling and rehabilitation services directed toward alcohol- and drug-dependent persons, as provided in Section

J. Any materials or information received by the Department from an applicant regarding the applicant's financial status shall not be construed to be open records pursuant to the Oklahoma Open Records Act.

SECTION 2. This act shall become effective November 1, 2013.

54-1-37 JAM 1/11/2013 3:59:56 PM

source http://webserver1.lsb.state.ok.us/cf_pdf/2013-14 INT/SB/SB295 INT.PDF

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Re: Narconon Oklahoma - Legislator asks for more oversight

Postby Don Carlo » Sun Jan 27, 2013 7:27 am

Welcome, Dust Bowl,
I hope you are from Oklahoma, having that nickname. Get two more posts approved and you'll be a regular poster.

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Re: Narconon Oklahoma - Legislator asks for more oversight

Postby Knowledge » Wed Sep 04, 2013 5:36 pm

Sharon Nederlander

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http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cg ... d=98227307

Birth: Mar. 18, 1960
New York
New York County
New York, USA

Death: Feb. 4, 2005
Oklahoma, USA

Sharon C. Nederlander died at the age of 44.

She was survived by her mother Charlene Saunders Nederlander married to James M. Nederlander, the Chairman of Nederlander Organization. She was 9 years old when her mother Charlene married James Nederlander. She was also survived by Robert Nederlander, brother of James M. Nederlander.

Additionally, she was survived by her sister Kristina Gustafson Nederlander. Kristina Gustafson has worked as a real estate agent for Sotheby's International Realty in Palm Beach, Florida.

Nederlander worked from 1986-2001 as a casting director in the film industry.

She married film actor/producer Harrison Freed on September 16, 2001; they later divorced on February 10, 2004.

Tulsa World reported that according to sources including the Oklahoma state medical examiner and local law enforcement, Sharon Nederlander's death was connected to the Scientology drug rehab Narconon.

Sources:

Hofheinz, Darrell. "James, Charlene Nederlander sell 146 Seminole Ave. for $4.45 million". Palm Beach Daily News. April 26, 2011. www.palmbeachdailynews.com. Cox Media Group.

Internet Movie Database. "Sharon Nederlander". IMDb.com, Inc. 2012.

Internet Movie Database. "Harrison Freed". IMDb.com, Inc. 2012.

McConnell, Mary. "Narconon Deaths"; ("Re: Narconon Deaths"). August 22, 2012. Reaching for the Tipping Point. www.reachingforthetippingpoint.net.

"United States Social Security Death Index," Sharon C Nederlander, 2005. Place of issuance: Arizona.

Wade, Jarrel. "State rehab facility under investigation for negligence". Tulsa World. July 19, 2012. World Publishing Co. Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Wade, Jarrel. "Letter recounts death at Narconon Arrowhead ". Tulsa World. August 18, 2012. World Publishing Co. Tulsa, Oklahoma.


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Re: Narconon Oklahoma - Legislator asks for more oversight

Postby Knowledge » Wed Sep 04, 2013 5:38 pm

Hillary Holten

Hillary Ann Holten

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Birth: Dec. 16, 1990
Carrollton
Denton County
Texas, USA
Death: Apr. 11, 2012
Canadian
Pittsburg County
Oklahoma, USA

Hillary Ann Holten died at age 21 per obituary due to complications of pneumonia and Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia.

She was a graduate of Creekview High School. Her pieces had been featured in the 2008 Young Masters Exhibition as part of her advanced placement education in the arts at Newman Smith High School.

Holten attended Brookhaven Community College in Dallas, Texas. Her intent had been to go on to study biology at the University of North Texas.

She was survived by both of her parents: Matthew Holten and Suzan Holten.

Holten was also survived by "Grandmother Carol Pervinsek, Aunt Mary Wright of Gainesville, GA, Aunt and Uncle Cathy and Jimmy Helms of Millegeville, GA, Uncle and Aunt Mike and Donna Holten of Spring, TX Aunt and Uncle Lucy and Steve Lee of Ft. Stockton, TX, Uncle Jerry Holten of Big Spring, TX. Cousins Blaise and H.L. Wright, Michele Holten, Luke Holten, Teresa and Mary Catherine Helms, Elaine Porter-wood, Leslie Hughes, Audrey and Anna Holten. She was preceded in death by her Maternal Grandfather, Robert Pervinsek, and Paternal Grandparents Joe and JoAnn Holten."

Her grandmother Carol JoAnn Koepke (nee Pervinsek) died July 9, 2012.

A memorial service was held at St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church in Carrollton, Texas, on May 11, 2012.

She died while at Narconon Arrowhead in Oklahoma, a drug rehab affiliated with Narconon International with ties to Scientology. On August 23, 2012, her parents filed a lawsuit in Pittsburg County Court, Oklahoma, against Narconon of Oklahoma, Narconon International and the Association for Better Living and Education International (an organization established by Scientology).

According to FOX25 KOKH-TV, "Kaysie Werninck, Gabriel Graves, Hillary Holten and Stacy Murphy all died after checking into Narconon Arrowhead."

Her death at Narconon Arrowhead along with multiple other deaths at the facility prompted investigations by the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation, the Pittsburg County Sheriff's Office and the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.

Sources:

Bartkewicz, Anthony. "Scientology rehab center under fire after string of deaths". August 15, 2012. Daily News. New York.

"Carol Joann Koepke". August 3, 2012. The Lombard Spectator. Section: Obituaries. Page: 18.

Combs, Pete. "Narconon Under Fire". October 1, 2012. WSBRadio.com. Cox Media Group.

"Hillary Holten obituary". May 6, 2012. The Dallas Morning News. Dallas, Texas. A. H. Belo Corporation. Section: Death notice.

LeFlore, Jeanne. CNHI. "Narconon deaths investigation expands". August 7, 2012. Muskogee Phoenix. Muskogee, Oklahoma.

LeFlore, Jeanne. "Deaths at Narconon Arrowhead spur two more lawsuits". September 28, 2012. McAlester News-Capital & Democrat. Oklahoma. Section: Police/courts.

Mendelson, Marisa. "Narconon Arrowhead Wrongful Death Lawsuit". FOX 25. KOKH-TV. October 6, 2012.

Wade, Jarrel. "Parents sue over woman's death at Narconon facility". August 24, 2012. Tulsa World. World Publishing Co. Tulsa, Oklahoma. p. A17.


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Re: Narconon Oklahoma - Legislator asks for more oversight

Postby Knowledge » Wed Sep 04, 2013 5:40 pm

Stacy Dawn Murphy

Stacy Murphy

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http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cg ... d=93901760

Birth: Mar. 12, 1992
Tulsa
Tulsa County
Oklahoma, USA
Death: Jul. 19, 2012
Canadian
Pittsburg County
Oklahoma, USA

Stacy Dawn Murphy was born March 12, 1992, in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She died Thursday, July 19, 2012, at the age of 20 years. Stacy was reared and educated in Owasso, Oklahoma, and graduated with the Owasso High School Class of 2010. She had worked as a server with Applebee's in Owasso. She had attended Church On The Move in Tulsa and Central Baptist Church in Owasso. She enjoyed a variety of pastimes and especially loved animals. Loving family members include her mother, Tonya White and her husband Chris, of Owasso; father, Robert "Murphy" Murphy and his wife Susan, of Owasso; brother, Jesse Murphy, of Owasso; grandfather, Larry Bejcek, of Collinsville, OK; and numerous other relatives and friends. Visitation was held from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Sunday, July 22, 2012, at Mowery Funeral Service in Owasso. Funeral services were held 10:00 a.m. Monday, July 23, 2012, at Central Baptist Church in Owasso with Pastor Scott Carlson and Pastor Kevin Laufer officiating. Committal services and interment followed at Graceland Memorial Park Cemetery in Owasso. Memorial contributions may be made to the Stacy Dawn Murphy Memorial Fund, c/o First Bank of Owasso, P.O. Box 1800, Owasso, Oklahoma, 74055. Arrangements and services were entrusted to Mowery Funeral Service of Owasso.
(Contributed by OkieBran)


Burial:
Graceland Memorial Park
Rogers County
Oklahoma, USA


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Re: Narconon Oklahoma - Legislator asks for more oversight

Postby Knowledge » Wed Sep 04, 2013 5:41 pm

Gabriel Graves

Gabriel Wayne Graves

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Birth: Nov. 4, 1978
Oklahoma City
Oklahoma County
Oklahoma, USA
Death: Oct. 26, 2011
Eufaula
McIntosh County
Oklahoma, USA

Gabriel W. Graves was born November 4, 1978, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, to Wayne and Shirley Anne (Bettis) Graves. He died Wednesday, October 26, 2011, in Eufaula, Oklahoma, at the age of 32 years. He was reared and educated in Oklahoma City and Kingfisher, Oklahoma, and graduated with the Kingfisher High School Class of 1995. He spent most of his working life as a sales representative. Gabe enjoyed a variety of pastimes, especially music and playing the guitar. He was very artistic and enjoyed sketching as well as writing poetry. His greatest pride was his two beautiful daughters. Loving family members include: his two daughters, Isabelle Graves, of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Venice Graves, of Piedmont, Oklahoma; mother and step-father, Shirley Anne and Emmett Gilliam, of Claremore, Oklahoma; sister and brother-inlaw, Brandy and Jesse Smith, of Kingfisher, Oklahoma; nephews, Trace Rader and Baylor Graves- Smith, both of Kingfisher, Oklahoma; and numerous cousins, aunts, and uncles who loved him dearly. He was preceded in death by his father, Wayne Graves, brother, Daniel Bostick, and his maternal and paternal grandparents. Visitation will be held from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Saturday, October 29, 2011, and funeral service 2:00 p.m. Sunday, October 30, 2011, both at Mowery Funeral Service in Owasso, Oklahoma, with Minister Steve Chisholm officiating. Graveside services will be held 11:00 a.m. Monday, October 31, 2011, at Kingfisher Cemetery in Kingfisher, Oklahoma. Arrangements and services were entrusted to Mowery Funeral Service of Owasso. www.moweryfs.com This obituary was published in the Tulsa World on 10/29/2011.

Burial:
Kingfisher Cemetery
Kingfisher
Kingfisher County
Oklahoma, USA


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Re: Narconon Oklahoma - Legislator asks for more oversight

Postby Knowledge » Wed Sep 04, 2013 5:42 pm

Kaysie Dianne Werninck = died in 2009

Kaysie Werninck

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Birth: Feb. 18, 1981
Saint Augustine
St. Johns County
Florida, USA
Death: Mar. 3, 2009
Canadian
Pittsburg County
Oklahoma, USA

Kaysie Dianne Werninck died in 2009 at the age of 28 while under the care of the controversial Scientology program Narconon in Oklahoma known as Narconon Arrowhead. Per her obituary, cause of death was double pneumonia.

Obituary notes: "Kaysie is survived by Keith and Connie Werninck, her parents; Keith Scott and Tammy Werninck, her brother and sister-in-law, Tracey Lynn Werninck, her sister, Steven Roger and Mariann Werninck, her brother and sister-in-law, Sara Werninck (Keith Scott), Alexander, Zachary, Adam and Kayla-Ann Werninck (Steven Roger), nieces and nephews, and Mickey Gill, her aunt, Dean and Lenda Thompson (uncle and aunt), Jaycie, Lissette, Lenda Marie and Michael Thompson, nieces and nephews; Dick and Barbara Werninck, Barry Werninck, Kirby and Gloria Werninck, uncles and aunts. Kaysie was preceded in death by her brother, Randy Werninck and her grandmother, Betty Acosta Collins, and her grandparents, Lionel and Ella Werninck."

There was a viewing March 8, 2009 at the Craig Funeral home. Funeral was held March 9, 2009 at the St. Augustine Church of Christ in St. Augustine, Florida. Arrangements were handled by Craig Funeral Home Crematory Memorial Park.

According to FOX25 KOKH-TV, "Kaysie Werninck, Gabriel Graves, Hillary Holten and Stacy Murphy all died after checking into Narconon Arrowhead."

As a result of the death of Kaysie Werninck and the others who were patients at the facility, Narconon Arrowhead several investigations were launched by the Pittsburg County officials, the District 18 District Attorney's office, the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation and the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health.

Sources:

"Kaysie Dianne Werninck". Obituary. St. Augustine Record. March 6, 2009. St. Augustine, Florida.

LeFlore, Jeanne (McAlester News-Capital). "Suits pending in Narconon deaths". CNHI. Muskogee Phoenix. Oklahoma News. October 6, 2012.

Mendelson, Marisa. "Narconon Arrowhead Wrongful Death Lawsuit". FOX 25. KOKH-TV. October 6, 2012.

Burial:
Craig Memorial Park
Saint Augustine
St. Johns County
Florida, USA


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Re: Narconon Oklahoma - Legislator asks for more oversight

Postby Knowledge » Wed Sep 04, 2013 5:44 pm

Jean Lafitte = died January 2009

Jean Renault Lafitte

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Birth: Jul. 14, 1956
Beaumont
Jefferson County
Texas, USA
Death: Jan. 1, 2009
McIntosh County
Oklahoma, USA

Jean was born in Beaumont, Texas, on July 14, 1956. A longtime resident of Houston, Texas, Jean graduated from Lamar High School in 1974, and attended the University of Texas and Rice University. A successful career in post-production film editing in Dallas, Texas and Hollywood, California, combined with his love of computers and technology, let to the opportunity for Jean to design and manage the information technology system for Narconon Arrowhead, where he was employed at the time of his death. As a Certified Chemical Dependency Counselor, Jean found great personal satisfaction and fulfillment in his 8 years of service with Narconon. Jean was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents Ike and Ruth Berwick Lafitte of Beaumont; his maternal grandparents J.R. and Nelcine McGee of Houston; and his uncles Louis Jean Lafitte of Temple and J.R. McGee, Jr. of Houston. Jean is survived by his parents, C. Wayne and Nelcine Lafitte of Houston; his sister, Dr. H. Renee Lafitte Bell, her husband Mark and their children, Martin, Leila, Lisa and Miriam all of Davis, California; his brother Marc R. Lafitte, his wife Stacey, and their Lyndsey, Alyson and Taylor all of Houston. A memorial service was held in celebration of Jean's life at Narconon Arrowhead. Arrangements were made with Hunn, Black & Merritt Funeral Home & Crematory.


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Re: Narconon Oklahoma - Legislator asks for more oversight

Postby Knowledge » Wed Sep 04, 2013 5:45 pm

Frederick "Fred" Oesterreicher

Fred Oesterreicher

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Birth: 1954, USA
Death: Apr. 2, 2007
New Mexico, USA

Fred; a 12 year resident of Canadian, Oklahoma; was predeceased by his father Clarence Frederick Oesterreicher; maternal grandparents Josefa and Santiago Elizondo; paternal grandparents Ida Mae and Clarence Oesterreicher.

Fred was survived by his mother Isabel Elizondo, sister Louise Oesterreicher, both of Española; former wife Dena B. Oesterreicher of Tulsa, Oklahoma; and other relatives.

Fred was a member of the youth group "Frenches Boys Choir" in Albuquerque the YMCA. He pursued his education in home construction at TVI.

Funeral services were on April 5 in the Sangre de Cristo chapel of DeVargas Funeral Home. Burial was in the Loma Vista Cemetery in Alcalde. Pallbearers were Louis Abeyta Jr., Joseph Abeyta, Robert Benavidez, Jesse Elizondo, Tom Wideman, and Gary Smith. Honorary pallbearers: Chuck Bittinger, Gilbert Madrid, and Andrew Madrid.

Memorial can be made to the Rock Christian Ministry at 920 Riverside Drive in Española.


Burial:
Loma Vista Cemetery
Alcalde
Rio Arriba County
New Mexico, USA


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Narconon Oklahoma Legislator asks for more oversight

Postby GeorgeEphet » Mon Jan 16, 2017 10:54 am

Sounds more like an FSM of some type - like a graduate's father or something. He was trying to dump the call over to Dena Boman, who apparently is working directly for Narconon Northern California/ Nor Cal/ Vista Bay/ Redwood Cliffs Rehab/ whatever's next.


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