• Pat Sabiston – Executive Director

    Pat Sabiston – Executive Director

    Pat Sabiston has more than 66 years (collectively, with many years served in tandem) of experience with not-for-profit organizations – either serving in the position of Executive Director or as President of the boards where she served.  However, at this stage in her life, her passion is to serve the Lord with every spiritual gift He has enabled her with, in order that His work will have eternal consequences.[Read More]
  • Beth Chatoney – Business Administrator

    Beth Chatoney – Business Administrator

    Beth is responsible for all accounting, human resources, and overall office management.  Before working with CROSSing PATHS, Inc., Beth owned and managed two corporations Watercress Inc. and Storage Town, Inc. She has a background in business management and marketing for private industry.[Read More]
  • Jack Williams – Project Manager & Board Member

    Jack Williams – Project Manager & Board Member

    Jack Williams was a builder in NW Florida for almost 20 years prior to going into the mission field.  Jack, with wife Debbie and son Jared, are from the Gulf Breeze/Navarre, FL area.  The Williams began their missionary journey serving with Wycliffe Associates for 8 years.[Read More]

Board of Directors

  • Albert J.(AJ) Bacon Sr.

    Albert J.(AJ) Bacon Sr.

    A.J. is a retired Air Force veteran and social worker with over 20 years of military service and experience with diverse groups and special populations to foster team work and promote healthy lifestyles. A.J. has specific expertise in veteran assistance, youth mentoring and child welfare as well as mental health & substance abuse intervention, counseling and treatment.[Read More]
  • Angela Warren

    Angela Warren

    Angela Warren was born and raised in Panama City and is a sixth generation Floridian.  She graduated from Bay High School and then attended Gulf Coast Community College obtaining an Associates of Arts Degree.  She transferred to the University of West Florida and earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Legal Administration. [Read More]
  • Corri Carotti

    Corri Carotti

    Corri Carotti is the head of the Special Needs Ministry at Saint Dominic Catholic Church.  She works full-time as a behavior analyst and part-time as an adjunct professor.  Corri is a PhD candidate, with an anticipated completion of her doctorate in Advanced Studies of Human Behavior in 2017. She is excited to be a part of CROSSing Paths, Inc.[Read More]
  • Brian Rice

    Brian Rice

    Brian grew up in Massachusetts, going to church, but went atheist in elementary school. At 21 he accepted Jesus as his Lord and Savior thanks to his now wife Rachel. After graduating from Florida Institute of Technology in 2006 with a B.S. in Meteorology, Brian moved to Northern Virginia and worked as a Meteorologist for four years before entering full-time ministry at McLean Bible Church where he served as the Adult Services Coordinator, serving approximately 100 families with disabilities that attend the church.[Read More]
  • James Durham

    James Durham

    On Sept 22, 2011 life as James Durham knew it ended. A motorcycle accident in San Antonio, TX resulted in life-threading injuries included a critical severe traumatic brain injury(STBI) and a very poor prognosis with low survivors percentage. Clinging to life in a coma for five weeks, a large portion of his skull removed for swelling and multiple critical issues, James not only survived, he awoke speaking, remembering and defying everything expected.[Read More]
  • Juan Andrada

    Juan Andrada

    Juan Andrada is a Financial Representative for Thrivent Financial, a Christian, membership based, Fortune 500, financial services organization. He studied Systems Analysis at the Universidad Argentina de la Empresa (Buenos Aires, Argentina) and Workforce Education and Development at Southern Illinois University, Carbondale.[Read More]
  • Kathy Welsh

    Kathy Welsh

    I have always enjoyed serving others, in my personal life, through my professional work and in my community.  It is through acts of service that I am blessed. I was raised in Panama City in a strong military family.  My father was a kind and generous “Good Neighbor” and I remember countless times that he helped other people in various ways.  He instilled in me the value of the Golden Rule and I try to live by that daily.[Read More]
  • Mike Seamon

    Mike Seamon

    Mike Seamon moved to Panama City in 1971 to attend Gulf Coast State College and play baseball. He met his wife of 45 years and made Bay County his home. Mike is a Certified Swimming Pool Contractor and and former partner of Cox Building corporation for the past 46 years and was a charter member of the Bay County Contractors Advisory Board. He has been involved with Lynn Haven Methodist Church's Hardly Able Wheelchair Ramp ministry since 1999 and currently serves on the board. He claims his greatest accomplishment is becoming a Christian and serving the Lord Jesus Christ. What …[Read More]
  • Tammy Dunnaway

    Tammy Dunnaway

    Raised by an Army Veteran, Baptist Preacher, and Business Man my Daddy led by example as a Servant of God; therefore, I was not only created, I was destined to serve those in need!  From church, to community, to nonprofit organizations, my life’s purpose continues to be fulfilled by helping others—at their point of need.[Read More]
  • Terry Cowan

    Terry Cowan

    Worked with the disabled for the past 10 years as an office manager and legal assistant at Syfrett, Dykes & Furr.  She is also an insurance agent with Medicare Choice Solutions where she has assisted seniors and those that are Medicare eligible understand the process of Medicare Advantage, prescription drug plans and supplements to Medicare. [Read More]