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Candace Jo-Lynn Howe

Candace Jo-Lynn Howe, American writer. Certified Psychiatric Therapist Psyciatric Institute of America, 1990. Recipient Letter of Commendation, Department Mental Retardation, 1992.


  • Howe, Candace Jo-Lynn was born on June 23, 1966 in Berks County, Pennsylvania, United States. Daughter of Harry Daniel Mountz III and Donna Lee (Hewitt) Mountz.

  • Education

    • Bachelor in psychology, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, 1989.


    • Residential counselor Center for Humanistic Change, Northern Adams, Massachusetts, 1986—1993. Admissions clerk Northern Adams Regional Hospital, 1986—1989. Psychiatric therapist Greylock Pavillion North Adams Regional Hospital, 1989—1990.

      Assistant director Ad Lib Inc., Pittsfield, 1994—1999. Insurance agent John Hancock Property Casualty, 1992. Census worker United States Dept of Treasury, 2002.

      Advisory Committee of Northern Berkshire County, Northern Adams, 1994—1995. Voting member advisory board Department of Mental Health, Berkshires, Massachusetts, 1994—1996, human rights advocacy, Pittsfield, 1994. Teacher Mount Greylock Christian Academy, Northern Adams, 1999—2000.

    Major achievements

    • Certified Psychiatric Therapist Psyciatric Institute of America, 1990.


    • Contributor articles various professional journals, 1992-1994. Author: No White Picket Fences for Me.


    The concept of a free church in a free state rests not on political theory nor on human documents but on the word of God.

    Party affiliation: Democrat


    At communion only the believer is invited to participate in the bread and cup of Christ.

    Denomination: Baptist


    Church members should be close and caring to feel each other's pains and problems. The good of the whole body of the Christian society should be put before individual needs.


    Telephone silicitor Mark of Dimes, Northern Adams, 1991. Public speaker Consortium Conference and Advocacy, Springfield, 1991. Fundraiser American Stroke Association, since 2002.

    Volunteer and contributor Ground Zero, 2002. Active volunteer and contributor numerous charitable organizations. Member of American Psychiatric Society, Citizens Against Child Abuse, People for the Abusal Treatment of Animals.



    Writing, reading, history, bible study, computers, collecting old money, collecting old baseball, football and basketball cards.

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    Born June 23, 1966
    (age 51)
    • 1989
      Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts
    • 1986 - 1993
      Resident, ial counselor Center for Humanistic Change
      Massachusetts, United States
    • 1986 - 1989
      admissions clerk, Northern Adams Regional Hospital
    • 1989 - 1990
      psychiatric therapist Greylock Pavillion North Adams Regional Hospital
    • 1992
      insurance agent John Hancock Property Casualty
    • 1994 - 1999
      assistant, director Ad Lib Incorporated
      Pittsfield, Vermont, United States
    • 2002
      census worker, United States Dept of Treasury