Sen. Yaw Welcomes Lycoming County Pastor to State Capitol for Senate Invocation

 

HARRISBURG – State Sen. Gene Yaw (R-23) welcomed Retired Lieutenant Colonel Max Furman, Elimsport, to the Pennsylvania Capitol on Wednesday. 

Pastor Furman began his pastoral ministry in 1979 and currently pastors two churches.  He had served in the United States Army for over 29 years and had deployed to Bosnia, mobilized after Hurricane Katrina, and later a deployment to Iraq.

Following his last deployment, he became the Full-Time Support Chaplain for the Pennsylvania Army National Guard until his retirement in 2016.

Max resides in Elimsport with his wife Kathy.  They have three children and six grandchildren.