Tuesday, August 27, 2013
Jim Ferro joins the Dorchester Habitat for Humanity’s Board as Vice President bringing many skills gained during his professional career. He retired in 2010 as a Deputy Base Closure Manager and Environmental Engineer. Jim has a heart for community service and has volunteered with DHFH, LowCountry Girl Scouts, Ashborough Civic Club and Swim Team, and Summerville Presbyterian Church.
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