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As a deacon, she has served at two churches in Lakeland, All Saints and St. Stephen's, where she taught classes, assisted in worship services and helped the pastors visit the sick and elderly.
"A deacon's calling is to take the needs and concerns of the world into the church and the care and concerns of the church into the world," she said.
She was so conscientious in her duties that in 1999, the bishop of the Diocese of Central Florida, the Rt. Rev. John Howe, nominated her for the Stephen Award, given annually by the Episcopal National Organization of Deacons.
Verret won the award, which she calls "one of the greatest honors I ever received."
Howe calls her "a very special person."
"She's just an outstanding deacon. Joan truly lives with one foot in the world and one in the church. She's a woman of deep prayer, and she has a heart of service," he said.
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