DIRECTOR - Joe B. Waugh has a long history with Tipton Children’s Home. At the age of three, he moved here with his family. His parents were houseparents for 12 years. Later, after graduating from Cameron University, he returned to serve as cafeteria manager for six years. In 2003, Joe returned to TCH as Assistant Executive and Financial Director, as well as speaking to supporting congregations about the Home. In April of 2014, Joe became the Director of TCH. He looks forward to serving in this position and continuing to build relationships with those who care about the work at TCH. Joe has been married to his wife, Lori, for 26 years. They have four children: Lauren, Zachary, Jacob and Tyler. They worship with the church in Tipton, Oklahoma, where he serves as Deacon. and teaches the Wednesday night children’s class, “Fishers of Kids”. He also is Co-Director for the “Waugh Session” and a Board Member for Quartz Mountain Christian Camp.
DIRECTOR OF CHILD SERVICES - Susie Boyd graduated from OSU in 1975 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Vocational Home Economics. She joined the Tipton Home staff in July of 1990. In 1998, Susie graduated with Masters in Behavioral Science from Cameron University, Lawton, Oklahoma. She presently serves as the director of child services and has since 2008.

Her and her husband, Alan, have two daughters, Sheila and Renee and 5 grandchildren.
BUSINESS MANAGER - Renee Boyd came to work for Tipton Children’s Home in 2015 as Secretary / Business Manager. Renee comes to us with a real estate background and will continue to be connected with Remax Property Place in Altus on a part-time basis. She is a 1999 graduate of Tipton Schools. Renee has one daughter, Chloe.
COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR - Linda Boyd graduated from OSU in 1981 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Home Economics. In 2008, after owning and operating her own business, Treehouse Embroidery, for 16 years, she joined the children and staff at TCH as Director of Health. Currently, she is serving as Communications Coordinator. Linda and her husband, Curtis have three sons, Luke, Wesley and Will.
DIRECTOR OF PLANT OPERATIONS - Ocie Fuchs works with maintenance at Tipton Children’s Home. He joined the staff in 2012. Growing up on a farm, Ocie was one of 18 children. He learned about mechanics while working on tractors and vehicles on the farm. In addition to farming, several of his jobs were water-well drilling, operating backhoes, building homes and large out-buildings as wells as working with environmental businesses. He and his wife, Cathy have two children, Melissa and Aaron. They have five grandchildren.
HISTORIAN - Annetta Davis, along with her husband Charles, came to work at The Tipton Children’s Home in July 1967. They served as houseparents to a cottage of 14 girls until 1988. During their 21 years as houseparents, they had the opportunity to care for 93 girls. She continued as relief houseparent until joining the office staff to serve as Alumni Relations Director. Annetta and her husband, Charles have six children, Kenny, Bobby, Deborah, Sherri, Terri and Mary.
CAFETERIA MANAGER - Alan Boyd serves as the manager of the campus cafeteria. He is responsible for planning and preparing the meals on campus. He also purchases supplies and maintains the pantry for houseparents. He organizes the food for any special activities we have on campus. He and his wife, Susie have 2 children, Sheila and Renee. They have five grandchildren.
CAFETERIA ASSISTANT - Diana Bryan is the assistant to Alan, the cafeteria manager. She prepares meals and helps with special activities. She and her husband, Rick have four children.
DIRECTOR OF SPECIAL OPERATIONS - Cathy Fuchs began working at Tipton Children’s Home in 2012 along with her husband, Ocie. She works in the office and also is in charge of guest accommodations as well as supervising guests on campus. Cathy also supervises the clothing room and supply cottage. She and her husband have two children, Aaron and Melissa, and they have 5 grandchildren.
WOODSHOP FOREMAN - Carl Owens serves as the foreman of the woodshop. He has previously been a houseparent at Tipton Children’s Home. Carl helps with any project on campus that may need his expertise. He is also the creator of the sought-after wooden bowls he makes from pieces of plywood. Carl also works in maintenance when needed.
VEHICLE MAINTENANCE - Rick Bryan is responsible for monthly maintenance on Tipton Children’s Home vehicles. In addition, he schedules and makes repairs as needed. He also completes reports on each vehicle. Rick helps with other projects on campus as needed. He and his wife, Diana, have four children.

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