A. THEODORE MOLLEGEN, JR.
2006, 2009, 2012, 2015 - Deputy from Connecticut to General Convention.
2000 Ė 2006 - Joint Nominating Committee for the Election of the Presiding Bishop
2003 - 2009 - Executive Council (the top-level Board of Directors) of The Episcopal Church.† Lead advocate for the establishment of a TEC Strategic Planning Committee, which passed Executive Council, and was extended by the 2009 General Convention.† Strong advocate for congregational development/redevelopment, especially church planting.
2003 - Deputy
2002 - 2003 - Member, Finance Committee of 2020 Strategy Group, the successor to the 2020 Task Force.
2000 - 2001 - Secretary, TECís 2020 Task Force, which generated the initial strategic plan for doubling the size of ECUSA by 2020.
1997-2003 - Member, Standing Commission on Domestic Mission and Evangelism, the group which proposed the 2020 Vision which included doubling the size of ECUSA by 2020, a goal adopted by the 2000 General Convention.
2000 - Transferred letter of membership to
St. James Episcopal Church, Glastonbury, CT, from Grace Episcopal Church,
2000 - Deputy from
1999 - 2000 Member, Organizing/Steering Group of ECUSA's New Commandment Task Force, building bridges among ECUSA leaders who disagreed on sexuality issues.
1999 - Transferred letter of membership to Grace Episcopal Church, Newington, CT when wife became Ass't Priest there. At Grace Church: Lector; member, Finance Committee and member, Stewardship Committee.
1994, 97 - Deputy from
1997-present - sustaining member, the Episcopal Network for Stewardship (TENS)
1997-present - member (together with the Rev. Mrs. Mollegen ) of Integrity, Inc.
1980-96 - Member, Connecticut Diocesan Executive Council
1974-96 - Member,
1994-96 - Member, pre-ordination support committee of the (now) Deacon, the Rev. Marjorie S. Roccoberton, Canon to the Ordinary, Diocese of Connecticut
1994-95 - (CT) Bishop's Committee on the Episcopate
1991 - Deputy from
- Environment Committee, and
- Stewardship and Development Committee
1990-94 - Board of Trustees, Episcopal Church at Yale.
1990-91 - Committee on the Funding of the Episcopal Church
1986-91 - Member, Standing Commission on Stewardship and Development - (Co-chair, 1989-91)
1985-1998 - Chalice bearer, lector,
pre-school service leader - St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Willimantic, CT - The
Rev. Glenis G. Mollegen, Rector. Both
Mr. Mollegen and the Rev. Mrs. Mollegen transferred to Grace Episcopal Church,
1984 - CT pilgrim to Iglesia Episcopal del Ecuador
1983, 84 - Lay sponsor of Glenis G. Mollegen in ordination as Deacon, Priest
1982-88 - Chairman,
1982, 85, 88 - Alternate Deputy from
1980-81 - Diocesan Evangelism Committee (CT)
1980 - Calling Committee - St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Mystic, CT
1978, 79 - Chair, Every Member Canvass - St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Mystic, CT
1977-80 - Diocesan Venture in Mission
Committee on Mission Funding (
1977- The lay presenter at the Connecticut
Diocesan Convention which approved
1976-78 - Diocesan Committee to Evaluate
Diocesan Missionary Strategy (
1974-76 - Treasurer, Seabury Deanery
1974-75 - Diocesan Finance Committee -
1972 - Member, Calling Committee - St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Mystic, CT
1970-72 - Chairman of Mystic (CT) Area Ecumenical Council
1969-85 - Lay Reader and/or chalice bearer - St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Mystic, CT
1970-73 - Vestry, St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Mystic, CT
1969 - Transferred letter of membership to St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Mystic, CT
1967 - Delegate, Diocesan Convention, Diocese of Long Island
1964-67 - Vestry, St. Mary's Episcopal Church, Carle Place, Long Island, NY
1962 - Married Glenis Ruth Gralton, Emmanuel
Episcopal Church, Alexandria, VA,
The Rev. Albert Theodore Mollegen, D.D., STD, ("Molle") officiating
1955-61 - Member, The Episcopal Church at Yale (then known as the Canterbury Club)
1949 - Confirmed, Immanuel Church-on-the-Hill Parish, Alexandria, VA, by Bishop Mason
1937 - born, in Meridian, Mississippi, to The Rev. Albert T. Mollegen and Mrs. (Harriette) Ione Rush Mollegen. Delivered by my uncle, Dr. Gus A. Rush, Jr. My parents both were natives of Meridian, but since 1935 were residents of Alexandria, VA, where my Dad taught at Virginia Theological Seminary until he retired in 1974.
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1993-2013 - Co-founder, President, Allied Resources Corporation, East Hartford, CT. Allied provided engineering and factory safety services principally to large private sector corporations.
1993-96 Chairman, Board Member, of Technology for Connecticut, Inc., an economic development non-profit.
1976-1992 - As CEO,
led Analysis & Technology, Inc., in growth from 56 to over 1500 employees
and over $100 million in revenue. Took the firm public, and in 1990 began
diversification from exclusive focus on the Navy as the customer. When I
departed, the firm provided engineering and training services to military and
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BE in EE. Yale University, 1961; graduate study towards MSEE, Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute. Many seminars in management and strategic planning.
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