Documents filed April 24 and April 29 in U. S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas, do not reveal details of the settlement, but note that it was reached following one day of an "alternative dispute resolution" held in Dallas.
Those attending the meeting, according to the document, were CEO Joe White, Don Frank, Virginia Frys, Larry Graaovot, and Dan Daws of Kanakuk Ministries, and Marilyn Gannon of Ace North America Insurance, all representing the defendants, and the couple and Pete Newman's teenage victim, along with attorneys for both sides.
The final resolution of the case must be filed by May 29, again not likely to contain any details, or the case will be dismissed, according to court documents.
The details of the lawsuit against Joe White, Kanakuk, and Pete Newman, as well as other recent scandals involving Kanakuk, can be found at this link. Newman is serving two life sentences after pleading guilty to sex crimes involving numerous teenage boys attending the Kanakuk Kamps in Branson.