501 Life Magazine | Searcy Children’s Homes appoints Brandon Tittle new executive director
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Searcy Children’s Homes appoints Brandon Tittle new executive director

Searcy Children’s Homes, Inc. has appointed Brandon Tittle as its new executive director. Tittle started this position July 1.

“Searcy Children’s Homes plays an important role in helping families transition through difficult situations. I look forward to working with the talented and caring staff, foster families and community partners to further the efforts of supporting children and their parents in White County,” Tittle said.

Tittle served as assistant dean of students at Harding University for more than 10 years. He has worked closely with foster care cases for several years as a foster dad and adoptive dad. Tittle has his master’s degree in ministry.

“It has been a privilege and blessing to serve as the interim director for Searcy Children’s Homes during this time of transition. Brandon’s experience with foster care, ministry and management make him uniquely qualified to lead this organization. I look forward to seeing how his appointment as executive director will help Searcy Children’s Homes continue to meet the needs of children and their families both locally and across the state,” said Todd Patten, vice chairman of Searcy Children’s Homes’ board of directors.

“The board is pleased to welcome Brandon. We are confident that his experience and compassionate leadership will help guide us into a new season of serving children,” said Jill Davis, Searcy Children’s Homes’ board member.

Searcy Children’s Homes, Inc. is dedicated to “planting seeds of hope” in children and families, providing the tools for spiritual, physical, intellectual, emotional and social growth. Searcy Children’s Homes, Inc. is a faith-based agency affiliated with churches of Christ. Since it began in 1972, it has provided care to more than 1,000 children in need of help.