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Habitat Picks Irvine Woman as Executive

October 13, 1998|HARRISON SHEPPARD and JAMES MEIER

Habitat for Humanity of Orange County has named Toni Lansing its new development director. Lansing, who has been involved with the nonprofit organization through other branches for 10 years, will be responsible for fund-raising by developing and maintaining a donor base.

Habitat for Humanity, which has its Orange County offices in Westminster, uses donations and volunteer work to build homes and sell them to working families at no profit. It has built 71 homes in Orange County since 1988 and now is building nine homes in Irvine and Huntington Beach.

Lansing was previously development director for the Los Angeles Mission branch of Habitat. She is a divinity student at Fuller Theological Seminary and lives in Irvine with her husband, Neil, and two children.

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