The Moore American

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April 9, 2014

Three selected for board of directors

MOORE — Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity announced the election of members to its board of directors: Mark McBride, State Representative, District 53; Joshua Fahrenbruck, vice president, J.P. Morgan Private Bank; and Rayme Sanchez-Mantilla, pastor, Cristo mi Fortaleza Free Will Baptist Church.

McBride was elected to the Oklahoma House of Representatives in 2012 and represents Cleveland County. He has served as vice-chair of the House Utility and Environmental Regulation Committee and the House Judiciary Committee.

McBride is the owner of McBride Construction and Roofing, as well as McBride Homes. He is a co-founder of Shelter Oklahoma Schools, having helped raise more than $2.2 million for shelters in schools. McBride is a member of the Moore and South Oklahoma City Chambers of Commerce, as well as the Central Oklahoma Homebuilders Association.

Fahrenbruck is a native Oklahoman and has been with J.P. Morgan since July 2013. Prior to his position at J.P. Morgan, Fahrenbruck served as communications director at Kimray, a manufacturer of control equipment used in oil and gas production.

Sanchez-Mantilla is senior pastor of Cristo mi Fortaleza Free Will Baptist Church in Oklahoma City.

In addition to his service in the ministry, Sanchez-Mantilla is a personal banker at J.P. Morgan Chase Bank.

— American Staff

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