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Angela MacNeil  


Angela MacNeil holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology and Criminal Justice from the University of Washington. She is an Annual Dean's List Award Recipient and has received the Award of High Scholarship from the University of Washington Honors Committee. She has worked in various jobs in her field.  She is married to her husband Jeff, and is the mother of three children. They have lived in the Puget Sound community for the past 30 years. She has a passion for being involved in an agency for helping people who are struggling with alcohol/drug addiction and mental health problems. She is dedicated to helping to maintain a facility that is conducive to growth, dignity, and recovery. Additionally, she is committed to improving the quality and integrity of our services. 



Daniel Lowe

Dan graduated from Tumwater High School in 1987. He served in the Washington and Oregon Army National Guard 1987-1993 (Honorable Discharge). He attended Tacoma Community College and studied Chemical Dependency Counseling at the True North Chemical Dependency Institute. Dan also previously worked at the Providence St. Peter Chemical Dependency Center for three years as a treatment attendant.  At the same time he was also employed full time with the Washington State Department of Health as a Customer Service Specialist for Health Professions Quality Assurance. Dan is a very dedicated servant and has been involved for many years in jail and prison outreach and recovery groups leadership.  Dan was with Elizabet in Vicente Guerrero, Baja California Mexico for three years before returning to Olympia in 2011.  While in Mexico he served as the Director of Public Relations at the Mission/Orphanage where Elizabet was the bookkeeper for almost twenty years.  The Foundation for His Ministry is headquartered in San Clemente, CA.  They have four Mission bases, three orphanages, and a house for college students in Mexico (Morelia, Oaxaca, Sinaloa, Tijuana, and Baja California). 






Elizabet Pedraza De Lowe

Elizabet is currently a Certified Medical Spanish Interpreter. She was born and raised in Mexico. She previously worked at FFHM’s Baja Mission in Vicente Guerrrero, Mexico from 1991-2010 as an office supervisor and bookkeeper. Elizabet has a 24 year old daughter, Deborah Melissa Garcia Pedraza.  While serving and living at the Mission where she worked she raised her daughter by herself.  Deborah went to high school in Lynden, WA as an exchange student who graduated in 2006.  It was during her trip to attend her daughter’s graduation that she met Dan Lowe.  Shortly after Elizabet and Dan were married they returned to Mexico and she obtained USA citizenship.  She has a passion for helping disadvantaged people and brings a loving smile to her service