Cliff Hamilton has been associated with Pathways since 1995. His passion for the ministry and for LIFE propelled him to join the Pathways Board of Directors in 2009. He and his wife Karen have been a part of the Grace Church family in Camas for the past 18 years. Cliff also heads up the SW Washington Angel Tree Ministry for Prison Fellowship. He has worked as Regional Director of Logistics for Kraft/Mondelez for the past 29 years. He is so excited to see what God has in store for this ministry!
Calvin Hull joined the Pathways Board of Directors in 2011 after having been a supporter of Pathways and other area pregnancy clinics for many years. Cal and his wife Pamela live in Washougal and have four children. They attend Bethel Community Church, where Cal serves on the Board of Elders. Cal has been employed in the transportation industry for over 35 years. He has been a great addition to the board with passion for the unborn and an eye for business!
Randy Miller has been a supporter of Pathways since 1997 and has been serving on the Pathways Board of Directors since 2009. Randy has attended and served at Grace Church since 1991, and has been in emergency services for over 30 years. He was hired as a Paramedic firefighter for the city of Camas in 1991 and promoted into the Fire Marshall’s office in 2001. Randy continually demonstrates his heart for LIFE!
Eileen Morgan joined the Pathways Board of Directors in the spring of 2018. She has been an active participant and loving supporter of Pathways ministry for many years. Eileen is a member of Bethel Community Church, where she is a Deaconess and serves on the Missions Committee. Eileen has a heartfelt passion for the unborn and serves to be their voice. She is a native Camasonian and recently retired from a local CPA office. She has one adult daughter, and is grand mom of four and great grandma of three.
Debbie Manandic began volunteering at Pathways as a client advocate in 2014 and became a board member in 2015. Her years of experience as a financial adviser, church board member, and her heart for serving women in our community make Debbie a tremendous asset to our team. Debbie moved to the Camas area in 2010 to be closer to her children and has been attending, and serving, at Glennwood Community Church since then. Debbie is married with 2 adult children and 12 amazing grandchildren.