What I Do:
I am the Parish Activity Center Coordinator
I was born and raised in Northern Kentucky. I attended St. Joseph Grade School in Cold Spring, Campbell County High School in Alexandria, and Northern Kentucky University in Highland Heights. I worked in the restaurant industry while in high school and college and took a management position after college. I met my wife while I was managing a Bonanza Restaurant in 1984 as she was just starting college at Washington University in St. Louis. We were married in 1989. She went on to graduate from Medical School at the University of Louisville in 1992. We managed to stay together over the eight-year long-distance relationship. She joined the Air Force in 1998 after receiving her medical degree and finishing her residency. She currently holds the rank of Colonel. For the last 20 years, we have toured the United States, moving on an average of every two years. As fate would have it last August we were transferred to Wright-Patterson AFB where in 2021 she will finally retire from the Air Force. We have two children Maggie (age 22) who was just accepted into the Ph.D. Chemistry program at Stanford University in California and Eva (age 17) will be a senior at Alter High School in Kettering in the fall. While stationed at Hill AFB in Utah I was volunteering at St. Joseph grade school in Ogden where Eva attended 4th and 5th grades. I was asked to manage the school cafeteria when the current manager fell ill. It was such a positive experience to work in a faith-based school/church environment that I actively sought this position when it became available. Having a new home here in Ohio and being an hour from the family in Northern Kentucky I’m looking forward to many years here at Incarnation Parish and setting up strong working and social relationships with everyone.
Saint Anthony…. Always helps when I lose my keys or phone…
Favorite Bible Quote:
Trust in the Lord with all your heart, And lean not on your own understanding; In all your ways acknowledge Him, and He shall direct your paths. Proverbs 3:5-6