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Interim MFS Coordinator for JBLM

Stephanie Barber
Telephone: 360.789.0787
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Home Office Hours: 
M-F 9am - 1pm PST
**Please Note: this is Pacific Standard Time and subject to changes due to operational and sometimes personal needs

Hello JBLM Community. My name is Stephanie, and I will be your interim MFSC. I have been a military spouse for 7 years, but in this time, we have experienced a deployment, a few TD’s and of course our move from CFB North Bay to JBLM. While I’m relatively new to this military experience, growing up in a policing family in the days when they too were moved frequently, I feel I have a great understand of the life of the military family and all that comes along with that. I have previously worked for PSP, another division of CFMWS, my focus while there was more towards fitness, recreation and the military family. My family and I are so excited to be living in Washington, and experience all that it has to offer. While my time as MFSC will be brief, I hope to provide the best service I can to all those currently serving here in Washington, as well as welcoming those who are on their way. Please do not hesitate to reach out for assistance, to ask any questions or to offer suggestions on how we can serve you better. I truly want you and your family to thrive while OUTCAN, and I will do what I can to support you in that. I hope to get to know all of you, and I hope to see you out at our community events.

Elizabeth Morris, MFS Coordinator (currently on leave)


It is with great pleasure that I introduce myself as your new MFSC. As a child raised in a military family and a military spouse of 20 years, l am very familiar with the unique lifestyle challenges faced by CAF families. JBLM is our second OUTCAN posting, Alaska was our first exposure to the out of country environment and we enjoyed our time there immensely.My employment history includes 15 years experience working for Canadian Forces Morale and Welfare Services (CFMWS). During this period, I placed considerable focus on Health and Wellness, Community Outreach and Health Promotion.  As a military spouse, I consider myself to be very fortunate. My family and I are so excited to be living in the great State of Washington. I look forward with great anticipation for the opportunity to meet each Canadian family and community member and hope you too share in my enthusiasm. I would love to hear from you, please share your experiences and ideas on what you would like to see from a program perspective. My goal for the upcoming year is to build upon and strengthen our strong sense of community.