Green Creek man joins board of directors at Steps to HOPE
Published 8:00 am Friday, June 15, 2018
John Lynn retired from his private law practice in Florida last year and moved with his wife, Ann, to their farm in Green Creek.
They have four children, seven grandchildren and one great grandson.
Lynn was a past chairman and director of The Everglades Association, a nonprofit organization devoted to the support of the south Florida national parks (Everglades National Park, Biscayne National Park, Dry Tortugas and Big Cypress Preserve) and was a founder and director of other civic organizations, Homestead Community Concert Association and Fish and Game Unlimited.
In addition to his private law practice, he served as a city prosecutor and assistant city attorney for the city of Homestead.
Lynn and Ann have been avid supporters of Steps to HOPE over the years, and believe in its mission.
“Domestic violence, abuse and sexual assault must be addressed in a serious, frank and open manner and steps must be taken to educate families as to the issues and resources available,” Lynn said. “Prevention is the goal and offering help to those in need is crucial. My experience as a prosecutor of domestic assault cases has deepened my understanding and empathy for those families impacted by violence and abuse.”
Steps to HOPE is the domestic violence and sexual assault treatment and prevention center serving western North Carolina and Upstate South Carolina.
For more information or to seek help from abuse, people may call 828-894-2340 or visit stepstohope.org.
– Submitted by Paula Ravan