CHICAGO -- Second Harvest, the nation's largest charitable hunger relief organization, said its president, Sister Christine Vladimiroff, will resign July 31 to become prioress of the Benedictine Community in her native Erie, Pa. Second Harvest chairman, Sister Vladimiroff was instrumental in forging strategic relationships with the food industry, resulting in national distribution of nearly 1 billion pounds of donated food and grocery products last year. "Christine took on more than just ...

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