Deacon Glen Shrimplin
Diocese: Diocese of Toledo OH
Deacon. Two men filed a civil suit in 10/03 claiming abuse as boys by Shrimplin in the 1970s. Shrimplin said he left the active diaconate of his own accord in 1987. He denied the allegations. Late Bishop Hoffman acknowledged that Shrimplin was “removed from active diaconal ministry.” A third man settled in 2004 and fourth man filed a civil suit in 2/08, claiming abuse on trip to Florida in 1975 or 1976. Laicized 11/30/07. Civil suit dropped due to SOL 6/08. Shrimplin died in 12/17.
- Diocese of Toledo Assignments
- Toledo Blade 10.28.03
- WTOL 10.29.03
- News-Press 10.30.03
- Toledo Blade 03.30.04
- Seattle Post-Intelligencer 08.19.04
- Seattle Post Intelligencer 08.19.04
- Naples Daily News 02.12.08
- News-Press 02.12.08
- WBBH 02.12.08
- Toledo Blade 02.13.08
- WTOL 02.13.08
- Toledo Blade 02.14.08
- News Press 06.13.08
- Toledo Blade 06.19.08
- Diocese of Toledo List downloaded 01.28.20
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