Southern Florida District Superintendent, Dr. David F. Nixon, today informed the District Advisory Board of his plans to retire from the superintendency at the District Assembly, May 4-5, 2014. His official term of service will expire 30 days following the adjournment of the District Assembly.
Dr. Nixon has served 43 years as a minister in the Church of the Nazarene, 25 as a pastor and 19 as a District Superintendent.
Dr. Nixon said, This journey has been good and I thank the people of the Southern Florida District for the opportunity to serve these years together. Kaye and I will cherish the memories of our time together.
Following the conclusion of their service in Southern Florida, the Nixons plan to move to Columbia, South Carolina to be near their grandchildren. Dr. Nixon plans to remain active in the preaching and teaching ministry with a continuing strong commitment to missions.
On behalf of the District Advisory Board, secretary Dennis Moore said, Dr. Nixons announcement was a total shock. He leaves a tremendous legacy in all that he has accomplished in his nine years as our leader. His commitment to all cultures on our district is incomparable. Dr. Nixon has not only been a great leader, but his commitment to international missions and pastoral training has been truly exemplary.
Jurisdictional General Superintendent, Dr. Gustavo Crocker, will be meeting with the District Advisory Council to map out a future plan for the Southern Florida District.
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