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Jan Flanagan

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Who I Am

Jan and her husband Keith grew up in the rural community of Texhoma, Oklahoma. They were married right after Keith finished his undergraduate degree. Keith then went to Oklahoma State University School of Veterinary Medicine. After his graduation, he served two years with the Army. He then joined a mixed animal practice in Marlow, Oklahoma for the next seven years.

In 1986, Keith went on a short-term trip with CVM to Haiti and when he returned Jan knew that his life had been touched by the Haitian people and their beautiful country. In 1987, the Flanagan family responded to the call of the Lord to serve long-term in Haiti where they continued to serve for the next 
26 years.  In 2013 Keith passed away and left a great void in his family and in the community where he was serving but, through it all, Jan has continued to support and encourage the work that the Flanagans began as a family.

My Work

Jan has returned to the United States, where she continues to encourage and support some of the special projects continuing in Haiti. The Sewing School continues to grow and is a blessing to help give Haitian ladies a skill to provide for their families. She continues to help support special outreach programs for Pastor Cantave Blanc and Odilon Estime with their schools and church in the Artibonite Valley where Keith and Jan lived for over nine years.

My Partner

Vision de Siècle has had an evangelistic outreach in Merger de Sibert since 1997. It was founded by Pastor Johny Philippe and his wife Rosadite, along with a few friends, to meet the spiritual, social, and economic needs of some of the most marginalized areas near the capital city, Port-au-Prince. They work with the community through evangelism, animal health, technical training, community development, and health programs to better serve and work in the community and surrounding area.

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