New parish president for New Year

19 Jan

Dear Friends,

At the onset of this New Year, at a special parish meeting on Sunday, January 19, our community elected a new Parish Council president: David Lepesko. He joins other Parish Council officers, who were elected at our Annual Meeting, November 4, 2019: Robert Denhup, vice president; Cathleen McCormick, treasurer; Susan Maugeri, financial secretary; Barbara Dulin, secretary; Audrey Stabler, assistant financial secretary; and Ruth Sencio, assistant treasurer.

Parish Council Officers January 2020

Parish Council Officers: (from left): Cathleen McCormick, treasurer; Susan Maugeri, financial secretary; David Lepesko, president; Fr. John Jillions, pastor; Barbara Dulin, secretary; Audrey Stabler, assistant financial secretary; Ruth Sencio, assistant treasurer; and Robert Denhup, vice-president

I’d like to thank our immediate past parish president, Subdeacon Mark Curran, for all his faithful service to our community during his tenure. He served during the difficult period of Fr. Steven’s illness, retirement, and repose, and he was instrumental in helping me, my wife, Denise, and Holy Ghost Church make the transition to a new stage in our lives. I look forward to working with the new officers and other members of our Parish Council as we endeavor—as our parish By-Laws state—to foster our “God-given life in a special, orderly and fruitful way.”

In Christ our Lord, Fr. John Jillions, pastor

Listen to Fr. John’s homily titled, “Your Life in Christ Has a Purpose,” which focuses on the topic of Christian leadership and service (January 19, 2020).

 

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