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For retired educator, pastoral calling was a long time coming

Pastor Carl Shepard of the United Methodist Church in Alplaus, shown here at last Wednesday's senior luncheon, also sings with the Electric City Chorus and the New Messengers. (Bill Buell/Gazette reporter)
Pastor Carl Shepard of the United Methodist Church in Alplaus, shown here at last Wednesday's senior luncheon, also sings with the Electric City Chorus and the New Messengers. (Bill Buell/Gazette reporter)
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Don’t suggest to Carl Shepard that he went down the wrong career path early in life. He’s happy about where he’s been, he’s happy with where he is, and he has no regrets. A local licensed pastor with the United Methodist Church in Alplaus, Shepard spent much of his life as a science teacher and an administrator at both the high school and college level before deciding to become a minister. He’d heard the call ...


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