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Region 1

Region 1 is comprised of 17 units and 1008 congregations. This region covers 432,233 square miles and includes Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.

Region Staff & Leadership

Photo of Larry Stoner
Operations Coordinator

Larry Stoner

Administrative Assistant

Joyce Burkholder

Chair

Stanley Jantzi

Vice Chair

David Kanagy

Treasurer

Glenn Carper

Secretary

Sam Miller

Events

Region 1 Units

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Current Responses

Vermont

Catastrophic flash flooding and river flooding occurred across much of Vermont in early to mid-July 2023. The most widespread and significant property damage occurred as a result of prolonged heavy rainfall on July 10th and 11th, when rainfall...

Hardee Co, FL RV

Hurricane Ian struck Florida on September 27, 2022, as a Category 4 hurricane. With the wind speed of just short of a Category 5 storm, Hurricane Ian was the fifth most powerful storm to ever hit the country. This hurricane was the deadliest...

Arcadia, FL

Hurricane Ian struck Florida on September 27, 2022, as a Category 4 hurricane. With the wind speed of just short of a Category 5 storm, Hurricane Ian was the fifth most powerful storm to ever hit the country. This hurricane was the deadliest...

Hurley, VA damage after august 2021 folding wen through the area
Hurley, VA

On August 31, 2021, a flash flood of over 6 inches of rain created mudslides and flooding that destroyed 60 houses and damaged 200 other houses in the Guesses Fork area of Buchanan County. Over 15 bridges were washed away along a 5-mile stretch of...

Crisfield, MD

October 29, 2021 a significant flooding event happened along the eastern shores of Maryland in Somerset and Dorchester Counties. It impacted the Crisfield and Cambridge areas of the State. The reason for the flood was high tide, full moon and windy...

WV Bridges

Several flood events in the spring of 2015 damaged over 300 private stream crossings (bridges) in southwest West Virginia. Homeowners who cross streams to get to their homes are either driving through the stream bed, using a neighbor’s bridge if...

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