By Woody Woodrick
When the General Board of Pension and Health Benefits began updating its computers, Sean McAtee had an idea.
Director of the Tech Shop at United Methodist Communications in
“Normally, computers are sold or given to somebody,” said McAtee. “I talked to them and got them to donate the computers. I agreed to pick them up and drive them down to
The Board of Pensions agreed to have the computer hard drives cleaned off and reformatted for new users.
McAtee and Jeff Byrd, who also works at UMCom, arrived March 30 in
The computers were dropped off at
McAtee and Byrd left
“It is important to find meaningful ways to continue to assist those affected by Katrina and especially to help rebuild churches, which help people to rebuild lives,” said Barbara A Boigegrain, general secretary of the General Board of Pension and Health Benefits.