People (Page 3)

People (Page 3)

Suzi Robertson

The Rev. Suzi Robertson is currently priest-in-charge at The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd in Granbury/Acton, and has been an Episcopal priest for 15 years.  One of her first introductions to The Episcopal Church was at University of the South at Sewanee.  She was invited to participate in the first iteration of EFM, where she describes herself as having been sort of  a, “lab rat,” and was trained as one of the first Mentors.  She has continued to return…
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Bob Gross

The Rev. Robert A “Bob” Gross was ordained a priest on December 6, 2008, in the Episcopal Diocese of the Rio Grande. In the Diocese of the Rio Grande, Fr. Bob was involved as an officer in the Southwest Deanery, as a member of the Diocesan Council, and a local ministerial alliance in El Paso. He also served on the board of the Rio Grande Borderland Ministries. Prior to ordination Gross served as parish administrator at All Saints Episcopal Church, El…

Suzi Reid

One of my favorite prayers is, “And now, Father, send us out to do the work you have given us to do, to love and serve you as faithful witnesses of Christ our Lord…” Having been a member of St. Luke’s in the Meadow since December, 1969, has been a blessing to me and my family. We have been encouraged to “Love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your mind, and with…
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Melinda Jo Ray

Melinda Jo Ray is a retired librarian / educator, who now owns and operates a boutique hotel in Granbury, Texas. As a member of Good Shepherd parish in Granbury since her confirmation 28 years ago, Melinda has worked in a wide variety of ministries at both the parochial and diocesan level. Melinda has served on the vestry of Good Shepherd during 20 of the last 28 years. She has served her parish as an LEM, a Christian Educator, a Confirmation…

Victor Mashburn

Victor Mashburn was baptized and confirmed into the Episcopal Church while a student at North Texas State University, now The University of North Texas. He was active in parish life at Heavenly Rest – Abilene where he was an EYC Director, chalice bearer, lay reader and usher. He continued those ministries at Trinity Episcopal Church in Iowa City, Iowa, and was also elected to the Vestry, served as Junior and Senior Warden, managed a major capital campaign, and chaired a…

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David Madison

The Rev. David Madison is the executive director of the Southwestern Association of Episcopal Schools (SAES). Prior to accepting this position, he served as assistant head of school and head of the upper school at All Saints’ Episcopal School in Fort Worth. Madison graduated from Austin College, earned a law degree from Baylor University, and then attended seminary at Nashotah House in Wisconsin, graduating cum laude with a Master of Divinity degree. He was ordained a priest in September, 2004.…

Aidan Wright

Aidan Wright is a recent graduate from the University of Texas at Arlington, where he served as acting president of Episcopal Campus Ministry. A cradle Episcopalian, born while his father was in seminary at Sewanee, Aidan has been able to see the Episcopal church from many different dioceses in the country, giving him a unique perspective into church affairs. His recent summers have been spent working at All Saints Episcopal Camp, giving him a cutting edge perspective on youth ministry,…

Kathleen Wells

Kathleen Wells has been an active member of Trinity Episcopal church as a former vestry member, chancellor and on the Spiritual Formation Committee. Other Activities: Diocese: Chancellor, 2009-2015; Assistant Chancellor for Litigation, 2015-present; Constitution & Canons Committee, 2009-2015; Constitution & Canons Overhaul Committee, 2012-2015; InReach Committee; counsel of record for diocesan parties in pending litigation with breakaways. Episcopal Church: Steering Committee North Texas Episcopalians, 2007-2009; Fort Worth General Convention Deputy 2009, 2012 (chair), 2015; member, Standing Committee on Constitution &…

Brent Walker

Brent has served on church vestries and at the altar for three separate churches, including Senior Warden, vestry clerk, and treasurer for one. Currently for the Episcopal Church of Wichita Falls, he serves as Acolyte Master, Eucharistic Minister, on the Altar Guild, and coordinates the printing of the bulletins, music selections, readers, and servers for Sunday Eucharist. Both in Dallas and Fort Worth, he has served as delegate to Diocesan Conventions. He has been very involved in the diocese since…
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Cynthia Hill

My family joined the Episcopal Church in 2003, after having spent time in the church while our children attended St. Alban’s Episcopal School and then All Saints’ Episcopal School. For the diocese I have served two terms on the Commission on Ministry, two terms as Sub-Dean of the Fort Worth West Deanery, and one term as a Lay Trustee to the University of the South. At All Saints’ Fort Worth, my home church, I am the Godly Play Coordinator, and…
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Robert “Bob” Hicks

Robert, or Bob, as he prefers, has been an active member of St. Christopher Episcopal Church and the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth for over 18 years. He actively supports the growth in mission and ministry of our congregations and the Diocese, and has a detailed understanding of church governance and financial management. He served as Diocesan Treasurer for five years; Deputy (2012) and Alternate Deputy (2015 & 2018) to General Conventions; Lay Rep on Executive Council; and member on…

Marti Fagley

I am a member of St. Francis of Assisi Episcopal Church, a church without walls, and currently worship at St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church in Fort Worth and Brookdale Assisted Living Center, Weatherford. I have been in the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth since 2002. I have served as Vestry member, Junior Warden, and Senior Warden at St. Francis. I have been a member of the Executive Council and the Standing Committee and am a past president of the Standing Committee.…

Keith Williamson

Keith Williamson has a BA from Austin College, an MD from UT Southwestern, and is a Fellow of the American Board of Family Practice. After serving as Chief Resident, he was in private practice a decade. In 2000, he moved to Midwestern State University as their first full-time physician. He was president of the Southwest College Health Association for three years; he is now the medical director at the university. He serves as volunteer faculty at residencies in Wichita Falls…

Ian Moore

Ian Moore is a member and currently the Sr. Warden at Good Shepherd Episcopal Church in Granbury. He was baptized at St. Cyprian, Church of England in Montreal, Canada. Moore attended Central Michigan University and served in the United States Marine Corps, and his profession is as a real estate agent in Granbury. Over the years, Moore has served in a variety of church roles, including as Jr. Warden of St. Mark’s in Arlington, Sr. Warden and Chair of the Building Fund…

Suzanne Meyers

Suzanne Meyers is a lay leader at St. Luke’s, Stephenville. She is involved in Education for Ministry (EfM) and coordinator of lunches for the Episcopal Campus Ministry at Tarleton State University, a ministry serving about 300 students each week. Meyers is a retired owner of Park Cities Animal Hospital, a member of the Board of Directors of the Stephenville Education Foundation, and of the Mark Francis DVM Board at Texas A&M University. Suzanne is married to Taber, mother to Jake and daughter-in-law Toni,…