Portland Rescue Mission welcomes two new members to its Board of Directors.
|Howard Turner is the founder and owner of Hamilton Wholesale, a Vancouver, Washington-based company that brokers printing supplies to businesses across the United States. Turner has been involved in reaching out to homeless men and women since the early 1980s when he regularly shared the gospel at the Bay Area Rescue Mission (Richmond, California). Howard and his wife Rebecca have three children: Adam, Jordan and Michael. They attend Grace Foursquare Church in Camas, Washington.|
|Marty Voge is a retired public educator. He has an MS in counseling from Portland State University and an MA in teaching from Lewis and Clark College. Voge retired in 2006 after more than 30 years of service in Oregon’s public education system as a teacher, counselor and principal. Voge has been involved in several ministries helping people in need, including a Hurricane Katrina relief mission trip in 2006. Voge has been a dedicated volunteer at Portland Rescue Mission for the past six years. He disciples homeless men and women committed to changing their lives. Marty and his wife Matti have four children: Niki, Kyle, Ryan and Mitch. They attend Beaverton Foursquare Church.|