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October 25
Victims could now collect

October 2
Geoghan's sister hits guards

October 1
Geoghan's sister to speak

September 27
Conviction erasure protested
Druce is hospitalized again
Guard ad seeks understanding

September 24
Inquiry: Druce beaten as child

September 20
Druce pleads not guilty in slay
Geoghan claims guard assault

September 14
Report says Druce in a rage

September 13
Letter: Druce abused as a boy

September 12
Geoghan bore guards' abuse
Lawyer: Mail deluges accused

September 11
Expanded panel is sought

September 8
Druce is returned from hospital

September 5
Geoghan consultant ties eyed

September 4
Conflict raised on consultant

September 3
Bias concerns raised in probe

September 2
No new panel members seen

August 31
Geoghan panel to expand

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COUNCIL MEMBERS

Archdiocese Finance Council

The following are members of the Boston Archdiocese's Finance Council and participated in the private session where an agreement to pay between $15 million to $30 million to victims of molestation by defrocked priest John J. Geoghan was rejected:

Cardinal Bernard F. Law
Council president

David W. Smith
Archdiocese chancellor

Bishop Walter J. Edyvean
Auxiliary Bishop of Boston

Regina E. Caines
MIT administrator

John Cunningham
Former Wang executive, now retired

Thomas J. Flatley
CEO of the Flatley Co., a developer

Sister Therese Higgins
Former Regis College president

John A. Kaneb
Chief executive of Hood & Co.

William F. McCall
President of McCall & Almy, a commercial real estate firm

James Mooney
Vice chairman and president of the Catholic Foundation of the Archdiocese of Boston

Robert J. Morrissey
Lawyer with Morrissey Hawkins & Lynch

Giles Mosher, Jr.
Retired chief executive of BayBank

Mrs. Helen Valerio
Wife of Papa Gino's restaurant founder Also on the committee but not at last Friday's session were:

Peter Lynch
Former Fidelity fund manager

John A. McNiece
Retired CEO of Colonial Management Associates Inc., an investment management firm.

Gerald T. Reilly
Former chancellor for the archdiocese

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