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Jeannie Patterson accepts new role at Warm Beach Camp

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Jeannie Patterson recently accepted the position of Estate Planning Specialist/Development Associate, effective June 1st.

Jeannie moved to Warm Beach Camp in 1987 with her husband Pat. Over the years Jeannie has worked in several departments at the Camp including Food Service, Registration, Business Office, Horsemanship (just to name a few) and was the first Director of The Lights of Christmas.

“Working at Warm Beach Camp is like coming home!” said Jeannie. “I love working together with a team of people to honor Jesus.”  At Warm Beach Camp, this spirit of comradery is alive and well.

While Jeannie has been working in the Development Department since July of 2017, this new role will engage Jeannie’s giftings more fully.  Jeannie is uniquely qualified for this position with her background in finance, historical knowledge of the Camp, and excellent networking skills.

Warm Beach Camp’s Development Department is thrilled to see Jeannie step into this role.

 

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