|The Right Reverend
|V Bishop of San Joaquin|
|Consecration||September 24, 2011
by Archbishop Robert Duncan
Menees was born and grew up in Southern California. He received his graduating from seminary, he has spent several months as a missionary in El Salvador and Mexico. He has also served at parishes in east Los Angeles, Orange County, San Diego and La Jolla.
Menees was a priest in the Episcopal Church. He left in 2006 to plant a new Anglican church in the San Diego area. On May 14, 2011, Menees was elected to succeed John-David Schofield as bishop of San Joaquin. He was consecrated on September 24 and enthroned on October 22.
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