Welcome Aboard: Bob VanHorn Joins Linn Conservancy Board
Bob VanHorn Joins Board
Bob VanHorn has accepted a seat on the Conservancy board. He will assume the role of treasurer with the departure from our board of Deb Brubaker who served in that capacity since 2012. We are most grateful to Deb for her service and for her assistance with the transition of this duty to Bob.
Bob moved to the Lewisburg area in 1976 after his marriage to his wife, Deborah. It is here that they raised our two daughters, Meghan and Samantha. Deborah spent her professional career working as an elementary school teacher for the Lewisburg Area School District. Bob’s career involved working at multiple manufacturing facilities in
various levels of management, most notably at Ott Packagings Inc. where he spent 20 years.
Asked to share why he felt compelled to join the board Bob said “as an avid outdoorsman, I believe loss of habitat is the biggest threat to wildlife. I was drawn to the Linn Conservancy due to the work they do to put easements into place to insure that critical habitat will be preserved.”
We look forward to having Bob on the board.