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David Hutchinson
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City: Huntington
State: West Virginia
Email Address: captain.dh@gmail.com
Phone Number: (304) 399-7465
I am an ACPE Certified Educator who loves the work of educating students in the field of spiritual care. My theory base comes from Existential Humanist frameworks.
Rabbi David S. Gruber
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City: Frisco
State: Texas
Phone Number: (469) 2220047
I will gladly officiate at your Jewish, interfaith or non-traditional wedding ceremony, no ifs, buts or maybes! I will happily co-officiate with non-Jewish clergy, officiate on Friday night or on Saturday, and I will leave child rearing decisions to you. I have officiated over 400 weddings, since 2008. Located in Dallas, Texas, I will travel anywhere you need me to go (in the U.S. or abroad) to officiate at your interfaith wedding, and help make your special day truly wonderful.
Andrew J. Vaughn
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City: Ely
State: Iowa
Phone Number: (319) 5512618
Andrew J. Vaughn was endorsed by The Humanist Society as a Humanist Celebrant in 2015. His goal is to celebrate the human experience in his work as a celebrant. He provides services primarily in the Cedar Rapids and Iowa City area, but is willing to travel throughout Iowa and beyond.
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City: Brooklyn
State: New York
Email Address: maxikf@yahoo.com
Phone Number: (347) 5816703
Hi. My name is Max and I became a Humanist celebrant in 2018. I am an attorney and live in Brooklyn. I’m a dog person, blue belt in Brazilian jujitsu and do the Polar Bear plunge in the icy waters of Coney Island every January 1.
Benjamin Rex
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City: Bellevue
State: Nebraska
Email Address: trooprex@aol.com
Hello Friend! I recently retired after more than 31 years in the Army, and initially received my celebrant endorsement in order to perform the wedding ceremony for one of my children. I quickly realized that there is a need within the community, so I will continue to make myself available for others who are in need of a non-theistic ceremony. I may be new to being a celebrant (June 2019), but I am not new to public speaking or leading ceremonies.