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Brunswick Partnership for Housing Announces Two New Board Members

Keith Lintz and Steven Moore have joined the Brunswick Partnership for Housing Board of Directors.

Keith Lintz brings his financial expertise to the board. He retired as chief financial officer for the McWane Ductile Pipe Group in 2018 after nearly 30 years with the ductile iron pipe and fittings manufacturer. He graduated from Youngstown State University with a bachelor’s degree in accounting and earned his master’s degree from UNC Wilmington. “Since my retirement, I have been in search of a cause, like the Brunswick Partnership for Housing, that would benefit our local community serving those in need,” said Lintz. He and his wife, Carol, moved to Southport in 2019 from central Ohio.

Steve Moore brings 30 years of experience as a public school teacher and administrator. Recently retired as a principal with the New Hanover County School System, he is currently working part-time as an educational consultant with Curriculum Associates. As a school administrator, Moore worked to ensure students received a strong educational experience along with support to help ensure their safety and well-being. As an advocate for families, Moore collaborated with human health and services agencies to provide families with access to affordable housing and meals through Backpack Buddy programs. Prior to relocating to Southport, Moore was an active volunteer with Durham Urban Ministries in Durham, NC. Moore and his husband, Stephen, reside in Southport and are active members of the community. Moore is chairperson of the Parish Life Ministry Board of St. Philip’s Episcopal Church, and Stephen is a realtor with Keller Williams.

Established in 2019, Brunswick Partnership for Housing (BPH) is the only nonprofit organization in Brunswick County addressing the need for transitional housing for homeless families and advocating for affordable housing. BPH seeks to provide a stable living environment for those seeking a permanent housing solution.

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