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Rev. Daniel T. Dupree

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Local Address:  New York City , New York , United States
CUNY School of Professional Studies

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Welcome to The Greater Universal Baptist Church, 1 Mar 2012 [cached]
Rev. Daniel Dupree, President A. Denise Stokes Vice President Deacon Betty Wessley Treasurer
N.Y. Yankees baseball club aids burglarized church with $20,000 check [cached]
The Yankees, whose stadium also is in the Bronx, presented a check for $20,000 to Daniel Dupree and Greater Universal Baptist Church on Feb. 23 to cover losses the church sustained during the Feb. 7 burglary. The Yankees "are truly a blessing," said Dupree, who has served as Greater Universal's pastor for 10 of the Southern Baptist church's 52 years. "We believe God placed it on their hearts to come through for us. When Dupree arrived at the church on the morning of Feb. 8, the building had been ransacked; the church's safe, a television camera and various office supplies were missing. Dupree estimates less than $5,000 was stolen from the safe, but the total loss to the church was around $20,000.
The donation will go toward replacing the lost items as well as a security system, and Dupree says the Yankees' gift to the church proves "they're more than just a baseball team. Their generosity has forged connections in the community and raised awareness of and appreciation for the kitchen. Dupree compares his church's story to Genesis 50:20: "God turned into good what [some] meant for evil."
Ethno-Linguistic Groups, 17 June 2011 [cached]
Pastor: Daniel Dupree Email:
Jackson Sun - - Jackson, TN [cached]
Daniel T. DuPree, a former priest and pastor at churches in Memphis, Jackson, Lexington and Parsons, is named in one of two multimillion-dollar abuse and negligence lawsuits filed Thursday against the Catholic Diocese of Memphis.
The suits, filed in Shelby County Circuit Court, seek damages in excess of $10 million for each of two unnamed clients.In separate cases against DuPree and the Rev. Joseph Nguyen, the plaintiffs charge they were sexually abused while living in the Memphis area.
In the suit against DuPree, who served at St. Mary's Church in Jackson, St. Andrew Church in Lexington and St. Regina Church in Parsons from 1987 to 1991, the priest is accused of sexual abuse of an unnamed male resident of Bartlett.The Bartlett resident, now 37, was a freshman in high school when he met DuPree.
The suit says incidents of sexual abuse began in 1985, while DuPree and the alleged victim were visiting with DuPree's family in Texas, and continued for several years after that.
In addition to his parish duties, DuPree was a counselor at Christian Brothers High School in Memphis in 1985 and 1986, an assistant coordinator of the Memphis Diocesan Youth Ministry in 1988 and 1989 and an assistant director of the youth ministry in the Jackson Deanery in 1991, according to the suit.
Diocesan spokesman Rev. John Geaney on Thursday said DuPree was "removed from the ministry" in 1992.
Horowitz said, "We're familiar with the perpetrator, and the Diocese of Memphis' handling of Father DuPree was inexcusable.
The court ruled in the case ..., 17 Sept 2008 [cached]
The court ruled in the case of a man who claimed that Father Daniel DuPree sexually abused him while the man was a teenager in Memphis during the mid-1980s.
The man, who filed the John Doe lawsuit, did not sue DuPree.He sued the Diocese of Memphis, claiming local Catholic church leaders knew DuPree was a danger to children and had sexually abused other children.
The abuse allegedly began in 1985 during a trip the then-16-year-old boy took with DuPree to Texas to visit DuPree's family.DuPree was a priest at Church of The Resurrection at the time.The abuse allegedly continued while DuPree was a chaplain and guidance counselor at Christian Brothers High School.
Fraudulent Concealment: Memphis Diocesan officials knew and concealed DuPree's alleged abuse of other juveniles.The Appeals Court ruling said, based on other court rulings, that making the case for concealment requires an effort by the plaintiff. "Doe knew that Father DuPree was a priest of the Diocese, obligating him to determine, as with any employer whose employee has injured a third party, whether the church shouldered some responsibility for the misconduct of its priest," the Appeals Court ruled.Equitable Estoppel: Did John Doe have "the means of knowledge of the truth as to the facts in question" when he turned 18?The Appeals Court ruled he did.
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