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Passing the Gavel: Habitat installs new Board Leadership

Wabash County Habitat for Humanity proudly announces election of its new Board of Directors Officers for 2014.  Board President Roger Tate passed the gavel, appropriately a framing hammer, and leadership of the Board to Randy Duhamell at the Dec. 10 meeting of the Board of Directors.

Newly elected officers include; Dan Early as Vice President, Jim Finnell as Treasurer, and Jocelyn Ravenscroft as Secretary.

The Board also recognized the dedication and service of retiring Board Members Lewis Curless and Jack Eads. The Wabash County Habitat for Humanity Board of Directors includes; Curt Campbell, Dean Dawes, Curtis Campbell, Gloria Elzroth, Karen Halverson, Lynne Margolies, Bob Schmalzried, Maxine Warford, Arturo Yanez and Brad Yoder.

Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit Christian Ministry that provides affordable homeownership opportunities to low-income residents of Wabash County. Habitat Partner Homeowners purchase their homes from Habitat through a no-profit zero-interest mortgage. Habitat volunteers work alongside the future homeowners in the construction of their new home.  Habitat is in the process of preparing and raising funds for the 2014 building season.

If you would like more information about Habitat for Humanity, how to become a Habitat partner homeowner, or to support Habitat’s work as a volunteer or donor, contact Steve Miller at 260-563-9188 or wabashhabitat85@gmail.com.

The Habitat office located at 3563 S. State Rd. 13, Suite 101 in Wabash You can also keep up to date with Habitat through Facebook at

facebook.com/WabashCountyHabitat.

Posted on 2013 Dec 17