Lindsey is a single mother to three amazing little men and has lived on Whidbey Island for the last five years. She loves this great community, beautiful location, and wonderful relationships with her work family at a local Title & Escrow office. Lindsey and her sons Knox, Rocco, and Teague, all feel incredibly blessed for this opportunity and look forward to working on their future home as well as others.
Although I haven’t always resided in Oak Harbor, I have always called it home. After leaving the area during high school, I pursued higher education and earned a job in accounting. With my daughter grown and attending college herself, I moved back and enrolled in Skagit Valley College, and later went on to finish my Bachelors with honors in Human Services and Interdisciplinary Studies at Western Washington University. When I wasn’t working diligently to finish my schooling, I spent my time volunteering at SPIN Café. I have taken every opportunity I could to give back to the community I love. I am eternally grateful for the homeownership opportunity Habitat for Humanity is providing.
My name is Chrissie Dunlap. I am a native Washingtonian and have lived on the Island for the past 18+ years. I have the honor to be mom to four grown children and grama to eight grandchildren. I am the Director of Administrations and Communications at my church, Grace by the Sea Anglican. I have never owned a home before so this opportunity from Habitat for Humanity is by the Grace of God. Jesus has blessed me immensely, so I give Him all the Glory.
Rebecca Abernathy is 27 years old, was born in Portland Oregon and raised in Pocatello Idaho. She joined the Navy in 2012 and got out in 2016. Married Kirk in 2016 and is currently a Skagit Valley College student pursuing an art or counseling degree. She loves to hang out with family and friends, draw, music, coffee and especially being able to hang out with Zek! Zek is 2 1/2, he loves his stuffed dog and blankey, he loves food, singing, drums, air guitar, playing outside, cars, trucks and more recently he loves dinosaurs, Peter Pan and playing Batman and Robin.
Kirk Swallia is 30 years old, born and raised in Maine and lived in Idaho for about 5 years where his parents moved. He has a passion for writing music and loves to spend time and see new things with his friends and family. We love this scenic area and the city of Oak Harbor and are excited to see what the future holds!
Having lived here all her life, Oak Harbor is the one place Heather Czlapinski feels at home. In 2011, she welcomed her son Preston, who has proven to be a true blessing. Heather is happy to have her family close by, she has a great job at a local real estate office, well established roots, and a feels real sense of community on Whidbey Island. So as a single mom, raising her son here is a high priority. Heather & Preston would like to thank Habitat for this wonderful opportunity to finally own a home of their own in this community.
Gail Klebold has lived on Whidbey Island since April 1994. In 1995, she had her first daughter, Meaghan, and then in 2000, she had her second daughter, Bryanna. The idea of raising her children on Whidbey gave her the feeling of security, as she is a single mom. Gail has worked locally as an administrative professional since 2001. She and her daughters are active with the Island Church Of Whidbey located in Langley. Gail, Meaghan and Bryanna would like to thank Habitat for making it possible for them to finally be able to own their own home.
1592 Main Street
Freeland, WA 98249
280 SE Pioneer Way
Oak Harbor, WA 98277
P.O. Box 2279
380 SE Pioneer Way, Ste. 103 Oak Harbor WA 98277 US
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