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New Long-term Volunteers Begin Service in Disaster Response

Posted: 3/6/19 at 9:20am. Post by Glenn Maddox.

Two long-term volunteers have just begun their terms of service in Jones County, NC. They are on-site coordinators of the ongoing BGAV response through Disaster Response and Impact Mission Camps.

Roger Clatterbuck is serving as construction coordinator for the next three months. Roger recently completed an Experiencing God study at his church when he saw the request for someone to go and serve as construction coordinator, and he felt called to go.

Roger has been a construction coordinator for Impact camps in Shiloh for years and is bringing his expertise as a licensed contractor to Jones County, where he will assess and coordinate the rapid-rebuild process, ensuring that teams and families have what they need to get people back into their homes quickly. Roger and his wife, Bonnie, are members of Culpeper Baptist Church.

Bob Dorsey is serving as community engagement coordinator in Jones County as part of the Rebuild phase of BGAV disaster response in North Carolina.

A retired military officer, Bob first served with VBDR after Hurricane Florence and immediately made an impression on leaders. He and his wife, Faye, are now on the ground helping to coordinate community partners and host teams who come to serve. They are members of Effort Baptist Church and live in Fluvanna county.

Impact and Disaster Response are currently searching for individuals or couples who can succeed the Clatterbucks and Dorseys in Jones County, ensuring that volunteers, church groups, and Impact summer camps will be able to become a valuable part of the overall community and help everyone return to their homes as soon as possible.

Ready to volunteer, or want to learn more? Visit www.bgavdr.org/responses/florence for training opportunities and other information.