GRAND RAPIDS, MI — James Kulfan, the former business manager at St. John Vianney Catholic Church accused of embezzling from his employer, pleaded guilty today to two felonies.
Kulfan, 55, pleaded guilty to two counts of embezzlement — one for taking what police say was more than $135,000 from the church from late 2009 to late 2011 and another for taking up to $20,000 from Grandville-based Dymo Ministries.
Dymo is an organization that hosts a camp every summer for young people from Catholic parishes near Twin Lake.
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- John Tunison, Former business manager at Wyoming Catholic church pleads guilty to embezzlement, mlive.com
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