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Amy Dellinger, a Palmyra resident and retired realtor, was named chair of Lancaster-Lebanon Habitat for Humanity’s 2023 board of directors.

Dellinger previously served as vice chair on the 2022 board of directors.

The board also includes the following members:

  • Turnier Esperance Jr. (vice chair)
  • Fred Cluck (treasurer)
  • Chris Smith (secretary)
  • Christopher Boyd
  • Wayne Gongaware
  • Carolyn Haskell
  • Jennifer Koppel
  • Ryan McCreary
  • Christian Recknagel
  • Yessenia Rios
  • Tony Surita

Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit organization in 70 countries that helps families own affordable housing and in turn build stable communities. Its Lancaster-Lebanon chapter is one of 1,100 local affiliates in the the United States.

In 2022, the organization concluded a multi-year project in Lebanon to rebuild three Cumberland Street homes that were left gutted by a 2017 fire.

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