Deb Lowell accepts new position with Salvation Army

The PR director leaves Abbotsford for provincial job in Burnaby

Deb Lowell has left her position with the Salvation Army in Abbotsford to take on a provincial job with the organization.

The Salvation Army in Abbotsford has announced that public relations director Deb Lowell has left the local agency to take on a new job.

Lowell has been named the new BC divisional director of communications and marketing for the Salvation Army, and will be based in Burnaby.

She worked out of the Abbotsford location for the last 10 years as public relations and fundraising director.

Capt. Mark Dunstan, commanding officer and pastor of Cascade Community Ministries, said Lowell will be missed for her “genuine concern for others, along with her vibrant and energetic spirit.”

Lowell said she is excited about her new position and is thankful for her time with the Salvation Army in Abbotsford.

“My life has been absolutely enriched and my heart is so full when I think of all the wonderful people in the Abbotsford/Mission community that have so generously supported our work and me personally,” she said.

Lowell said she and her family will continue to reside in and attend church in Abbotsford.

The Salvation Army in Abbotsford operates the Centre of Hope on Gladys Avenue and Cascade Community Church on DeLair Road.

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