Recently Read: Church treasurer accused of stealing $444,000 from NY church

From the Syracuse.com:

A former treasurer of a Manlius church who was also the financial head of a major charitable foundation has been indicted on charges of embezzling $444,000 from the church.

The ex-treasurer, Mary Meyer, and her husband, John Osborn, wiped out the endowment of the United Methodist Church of Manlius where they worshipped, according to church officials. Much of the money was from people who left it to the 150-year-old church in their wills.

via Church treasurer and husband accused of stealing $444,000 from Manlius congregation | syracuse.com.

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