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Minnesota National Guard names new chaplain

The Minnesota National Guard recently introduced a new full-time support chaplain.

"Spiritual health is important to the overall well-being of a service member, so we are excited to have Twin Cities native, Chaplain Phillip "Buddy" Winn, join our team," said Army Maj. Gen. Richard C. Nash, Minnesota National Guard Adjutant General.

"I was recently the Dean of Students at Marantha Christian Academy in Brooklyn Park and have been on the staff of Living Word Christian Center since 2000," said Winn. "I'm also the chaplain for the 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, 34th Red Bull Infantry Division."

"I've served in the Guard for 25 years," said Winn. "I deployed to Iraq in 2007 and Kuwait in 2011 and over the course of those two deployments the church provided tremendous support for my family and me."

"Serving soldiers and families is an honor that demands the very best from our unit ministry teams," said Winn. "We have the privilege of providing support to those who would lay aside the comforts of home to serve others and to care for their loved ones. I am grateful for the privilege of serving."

"Spiritual health is important to the overall well-being of a service member, so we are excited to have Twin Cities native, Chaplain Phillip "Buddy" Winn, join our team," said Army Maj. Gen. Richard C. Nash, Minnesota National Guard Adjutant General.

"I was recently the Dean of Students at Marantha Christian Academy in Brooklyn Park and have been on the staff of Living Word Christian Center since 2000," said Winn. "I'm also the chaplain for the 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, 34th Red Bull Infantry Division."

"I've served in the Guard for 25 years," said Winn. "I deployed to Iraq in 2007 and Kuwait in 2011 and over the course of those two deployments the church provided tremendous support for my family and me."

"Serving soldiers and families is an honor that demands the very best from our unit ministry teams," said Winn. "We have the privilege of providing support to those who would lay aside the comforts of home to serve others and to care for their loved ones. I am grateful for the privilege of serving."

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