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Pathfinder welcomes three new board members

Posted: Friday, January 16, 2015

Pathfinder Services, Inc., a comprehensive human and community development organization, whose mission is to strengthen communities primarily by enabling people experiencing developmental or economic challenges to achieve independence, inclusion, and stability will welcome three new board members to their board of directors this month.

The three new board members were elected to serve a three year term at the Pathfinder Services Annual meeting of the board of directors in December. Those members are Mary Burke, Chris Campbell and Randy Warner.

Mary Burke is a retired Pathfinder Services employee who remains active with the organization through volunteering at Pathfinder Kids Kampus. Burke is a resident of Huntington, who earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education from Illinois State University and her Master’s degree in Early Childhood Special Education from Ball State University. She worked for Pathfinder Services in areas of Pathfinder Community Supports’ adult day services, Pathfinder OutSource Manufacturing and Pathfinder Kids Kampus, including Early Head Start, from November 1979 until her retirement in August of 2012.

Chris Campbell is the Special Education Director of Huntington County Community School Corporation. Campbell is a Huntington native, has been married for 24 years and has three daughters ages 21, 18 and 11. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Saint Francis College in Special Education, his Master’s degree from Indiana University in School Counseling and is currently working toward a Special Education Administrative licensure. Campbell first learned about Pathfinder Services during his college years when he worked as the night supervisor at the Warren Street group home.

Randy Warner is a Certified Public Accountant with Terry L. Reckard, CPA in Huntington. Warner holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Indiana University and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Indiana CPA Society. He has more than 20 years of experience providing tax services to clients as well as serving large and middle market corporate clients in the retail, consumer products and manufacturing sectors.  Warner and his wife Sara have three children ages 18, 16 and 13.