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					For Immediate Release:

 Crossroads and CTS TV mourn the passing of Rhonda Glenn
   Former co-host of 100 Huntley Street and CTS’ Rhonda London Live succumbs to brain tumor.

BURLINGTON, ONTARIO - May 27, 2010. Crossroads Christian Communications Inc. (CCCI)
and Crossroads Television System Inc. (CTS TV) announces the passing of one of their on-air
alumni. Rhonda Glenn (formerly Rhonda London host of Rhonda London Live self named TV
program on CTS) was diagnosed with an inoperable brain cancer on April 28th, 2010 and at 1 pm
on Wednesday, May 26th went on to her eternal reward with her Lord and Savior.

Rhonda hosted Rhonda London Live on CTS TV for four years until November 2002 when she
became the co-host with David Mainse on Canada’s longest running daily program 100 Huntley
Street. She continued to host and to interview guests on the program for four years until stepping
down from on-air television responsibilities in the fall of 2006 to take up studies at Osgoode Hall
where she pursued a law degree.

Rhonda is survived by her husband Reverend Ray David Glenn, Rector of Saint George’s
Anglican Church in Burlington, ON and her seven year old son Mathew.

The Funeral Service for Rhonda Glenn will be on Saturday, May 29th, at 1pm, held at
Queensway Cathedral, 1536 The Queensway, Toronto. Visitation will be on Friday, May 28th at
3pm - 5pm, and 7pm - 9pm at Smith's Funeral Home, 1167 Guelph Line in Burlington. In lieu of
flowers, donations may be made to the Rhonda Lynn Glenn Trust, in support of their son
Matthew's education and would be greatly appreciated by the family. Tribute video from today’s
100        Huntley        Street      program         is       available       online       at
http://100huntley.com/search.php?query=remembering+Rhonda. Further information on funeral
arrangements can be found online at www.stgeorgesonline.com or www.smithsfh.com.

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For further information and to schedule interviews on this release contact:

Rob Reed, Media Relations
Crossroads Christian Communications Inc.
PH: 905 332-6400 xtn 3307
E-mail: rreed@crossroads.ca
P.O. BOX 5100, 1295 North Service Road
Burlington, Ontario, Canada
L7R 4M2

Rob Sheppard, Programming Director
Crossroads Television Systems Inc.
PH: 905 331-7333 xtn 2236
E-Mail: rsheppard@ctstv.com
P.O. BOX 5321, 1295 North Service Road
Burlington, Ontario, Canada
L7R 4X5
About Crossroads Christian Communications Inc.
100 Huntley Street, the flagship television program of CCCI, was founded by Rev. David Mainse and it is the longest
running daily Christian television program in Canada. Crossroads has provided relevant messages of faith and
inspiration for millions of Canadians for nearly 50 years. As a producer of faith and values media content, its mission is
to convey the unchanging message of God’s love to people around the world. Crossroads also interacts with its viewers
by praying for their needs via 24/7 prayer lines and providing helpful materials that assist in their spiritual growth.
They reach out to children and youth through the operation of eight Circle Square Ranches across Canada. Crossroads
has also been a highly respected and effective not-for-profit aid agency for over 25 years, having responded in times of
natural disaster worldwide, raising funds and partnering with on-site, non-government organizations for emergency
relief and long-term rebuilding strategies. www.crossroads.ca

About Crossroads Television System Inc.
CTS is a Canadian leader in faith-based and balanced programming, operating stations in Burlington, Calgary and
Edmonton with repeater transmitters in London and Ottawa. CTS creates television and other powerful visual media
that can educate, entertain and inspire through positive, superior quality content. CTS features a range of entertaining
and inspirational programs, including faith and values content based on biblical principles. Like many Canadians, CTS
shares the concern about the decline in quality family programming and is taking a stand to ensure a place for
trustworthy, safe television in Canada... “Television You Can Believe In”. www.ctstv.com

				
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