Wendy Wilson-Walker, Senior Warden
Wendy Wilson-Walker has been active at Trinity for eight years and lives in Brecksville. Wendy served on Cathedral Council during 2011, is a member of Trinity’s Greater Cleveland Congregations leadership team, is part of Cathedral Council’s Neighborhood Ministries team, served as an usher and has participated with Knitting Pearls. She has been employed with AT&T since 1968, currently as a Network Operations Area Manager with offices in Lakewood, Ohio and Indianapolis.
Amy was educated at the University of Redlands, and spent the next 10 years as Cleveland Program Director with Ohio Citizen Action. She earned her law degree from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, and served as Law Clerk to the Honorable Lesley Wells, on the US District Court, Northern District of Ohio. Currently Amy is an associate with the law firm of Littler Mendelson. Amy serves as chair of the Personnel Committee.
Tim Espy is a Partner in IBM’s Global Business Consulting division as the delivery executive responsible for the Oracle service line. Tim has been a member of Trinity since moving to Cleveland in 2010. Tim was very active in his previous church in Chicago (St. Paul Lutheran) serving on the personnel, stewardship and finance committees as well as Vice President of the Congregational Council. Tim, his wife Debbie and two teenage boys live in Shaker Heights.
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Jeff Baddeley is a partner at Buckley King. Jeff is married to Laura Rocker, a child psychiatrist. There is no truth to the rumor that she considers her marriage to be a pro bono extension of her practice. Jeff’s stepdaughter Rosa lives and works in New York City. He has served on the Vestry since 2009 and has served on Finance, Investment and Property Committees.
Jim and his wife Amy returned to Cleveland in June of 2011 after 45 years in the New York City area. Jim was baptized and confirmed at Christ Church in Shaker Heights, sang in the choir and worked on the calling committee of St. John’s in Williamstown, Mass., and added Vestry service along with choir and calling committees at St. Luke’s in Montclair, N.J., and St. Mary’s in Tuxedo, N.Y. During these years in the East, Jim worked in independent schools as a teacher and administrator with his last post a 17-year stint as headmaster of Tuxedo Park School. Jim and Amy are delighted to be back as they rediscover the rich and diverse culture of Cleveland and are equally delighted to have found a spiritual home at Trinity. They value its commitment to social justice, thoughtful and meaningful worship, outreach to the community, excellent music and challenging preaching.
Melody Hart is a senior manager at OM Group, Inc. She has more than 20 years of experience in finance, including cash management, financing, budgeting, financial risk management and systems. Her experience spans multiple industries including manufacturing, retail, wholesale, not-for- profit and consulting. Melody has served on a number of not-for-profit and church boards in the past. She is currently a board member and finance committee member of Mercado Global, a fair-trade organization focused on empowerment of women in Guatemala through education and opportunity. She has been on Trinity’s Vestry since 2010 and serves on the Audit, Investment and Finance Committees. She resides in Cleveland Heights.
Allison Hauserman has been a member of Trinity since 1989. A resident of Cleveland and a teacher in the Cleveland Metropolitan School District, Hauserman is committed to the revival of the city. She has represented Trinity on the boards of WECO and United WE-CAN and has community-organizing training and currently serves on the Property Committee. In addition, she was a Sunday School teacher and a catechist at the Cathedral. She has served on the Vestry for two terms in the past, during which she acted as junior warden, assistant treasurer and clerk.
Marie Kittredge has been a member of Trinity Cathedral for more than 20 years and currently serves on the Finance Committee. Marie came to Cleveland in 1988 by way of Boston and then Cincinnati. She and her husband Clark Broida live in Cleveland’s Slavic Village neighborhood, and have raised their four children there. Over the years she has served in a variety of Trinity ministries, including lay reader; Sunday School teacher; and Trinity Episcopal Service Corps Advisory Board member.
Maura O’Shea is an obstetrician/gynecologist in private practice with Ob/Gyn Associates of Akron. She also is a Core Faculty member for resident education at Akron General Medical Center, and has served on Planned Parenthood’s medical advisory board. She became a member of Trinity in 2013 after many years at St. Paul’s Akron, where she was on the Vestry and chaired the Missions and Outreach Committee. Maura is excited about the opportunities and energy at Trinity. She lives in Akron with her husband and two girls.
After several years of residence in Colorado Bryan and Mary Sickbert moved back to Cleveland and rejoined Trinity in 2013. Bryan previously served as a member of the Vestry and Trinity treasurer. He retired this January after 23 years of service as President/CEO of the Council for Health and Human Service Ministries of the United Church of Christ. Bryan has an extensive background in nonprofit governance and management consulting. He holds masters degrees in both theology and business. Currently Bryan enjoys being a part of the Trinity choir and pitching in with various volunteer opportunities.
Born in Chicago some 58 years ago, Tony is the thankful husband of Al and the perpetually perplexed father of Cate. In former lives, he was a Franciscan friar, a partner in an accounting firm, and a CFO and COO of a number of companies on the East Coast. Happily retired, he does spend some time developing residential properties on the east side and advising a tech start-up in Seattle. Currently, Tony volunteers extensively in the Trinity Development Office. Previously he was the treasurer of the Hathaway Brown Parents Association, DANCECleveland, and East Side Interfaith Ministries. Al, Cate and Tony moved back to Cleveland in 2010. Tony and Cate have been members of Trinity since 2012. Trinity, its clergy and its members have captured both of their hearts.
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Charlotte Nichols, Chair
Charlotte Nichols is happily retired. She has been a member of Trinity Cathedral since 1995. In addition to chairing Cathedral Council, she facilitates Sacred Space, a group for those who wish to explore, deepen, and share their spiritual practice. Charlotte is proud to be a part of this vibrant community of worship, learning, and civic engagement. She lives in Cleveland.
Gretchen Anderson is the human resources manager for Kurtz Bros., a waste-to-resource company located in Greater Cleveland. She holds a bachelor’s in psychology and a master’s in psychology with a specialization in diversity management and organizational development from Cleveland State University. She is currently studying to become a Gestalt professional certified coach.
Gretchen’s interest at Trinity includes the Angel Tree ministry, Anti-Death Penalty Group and she is also involved as a Youth Group parent. She enjoys Choral Evensong, the Dean’s Forums and the Mostly Jazz Mass. She has attended Trinity for the past two years with her spouse, Brian Adams, and their daughter, Grace. The family lives in Ohio City with two goldfish and their cat, Spotty.
Diane Barnhill relocated from Maryland’s Eastern Shore in January 2013. A native New Yorker, she migrated to Chestertown, Md., where she was a parishioner at Emmanuel Episcopal Church. There she served as lay reader, chalicist, altar guild director, treasurer, Vestry and search committee member and diocesan convention delegate. Diane holds degrees in philosophy and psychology and a master’s in English and communications. She is retired from Bell Labs/AT&T where she was manager of technical publications, conducted campus recruiting, and served as instructor in technical writing in conjunction with RPI. Here in Cleveland she has become active both at Trinity Cathedral and the Womens Council of the Cleveland Museum of Art. Diane has six children, 14 grandchildren and one great-grandson. She happily takes an active part in her 10-year-old grandson’s life – the main magnet that drew her to Cleveland.
Lawrence is a recent graduate from Cleveland State University, and has attended Trinity Cathedral frequently during the past four years. He is an Electrical Engineer by profession and volunteers regularly with A Place at the Table ministry.
Linda Lee joined Cathedral Council in 2012. A Licensed Independent Social Worker, with 20 years experience, Linda specializes in mental health and trauma with adults and children. She currently works part-time at MetroHealth Medical Center. Linda has been an active member at Trinity since 2001, working on the Urban Farm, as a Lay Eucharistic Visitor, co-organizer of Supper Groups and has helped out with a variety of other ministries, including Blessings in a Backpack and led the Community Outreach Committee (now disbanded). She lives in Lakewood and has two adult children in the Cleveland area.
Mark Malloy has more than 25 years experience at PNC Bank. He has held various positions in their Asset Management Group including Trust Operations, Trust Administration, Fiduciary Risk Management and is currently a senior trust tax accountant. Mark enjoys singing and has been a member of the North Coast Men’s Chorus since 1999, has held various music ministry positions in years past for Catholic Churches in Lorain and Amherst, Ohio. He currently serves as a co-chair of the newly developed LGBT Ministry Team at Trinity. Mark is proud to be a part of a spiritual community where all are welcome. He was received into The Episcopal Church March 2014 along with Todd, his partner and husband of 33 years. They enjoy traveling to Provincetown, Mass., where they were legally married July 28, 2011. Mark and Todd reside in Lakewood.
Amy Maurer has been attending Trinity with her family for three years. Originally from Carlisle, Pa., Amy settled in the Cleveland area in 1999 after graduating from college. She has a BFA from Syracuse University in Surface Pattern Design. She worked seven years in the professional design field, first designing wallcovering for IHDG and then giftware for American Greetings. Currently Amy is a stay-at-home mother to her two daughters, Anna, 8 and Lila 5. She is married to Ian Maurer and their family resides in Lakewood, Ohio. Amy has been a member of the Lakewood Early Childhood PTA for six years and served on their board for two years. Amy was baptized and confirmed in the United Church of Christ but recently re-confirmed her faith at Trinity Cathedral. Amy is part of the Parents and Caregivers Group. She looks forward to becoming more involved with Trinity and its mission and commitment to the city of Cleveland.
Aretha McCreary has been active at Trinity Cathedral for 48 years. She has recently retired, after working 44 years in the insurance industry. At Trinity, she has served multiple terms on Vestry, has been on a variety of committees (including Library, Personnel, Health & Wellness, Children’s Education, Nominating and Search Committees), has participated in a number of lay ministries (including lector, acolyte, lay Eucharistic minister, altar guild, usher), has taught Sunday School, and is currently on the Core Team for Greater Cleveland Congregations. Aretha frequently attends church with her two grandsons, Aundre Lindsay and Angelo McCreary.
Dale Murphy, Vice Chair
Dale Murphy retired from AT&T after 32 years of service. He is a graduate of Cleveland State University with a bachelor’s in English. Dale volunteers for many activities at Trinity, including: Food For Families, greeting members Sunday mornings at the 8 a.m. service, the Medieval Feast, and Wednesday evening community suppers. He also enjoys volunteering at Hospice of Summa, Summit AIDS Housing and University Memory and Aging Center. Dale and his partner of 30 years live in University Circle.
Marc and his partner, Scott Woodard, currently reside in Columbia Station, Ohio where they enjoy entertaining family and friends and life in the country. He’s been employed by Seamen Corporation in Wooster, Ohio for more than 30 years and is the Sales & Operations Support Manager. Marc is the proud father to three children (Nicholas, Laura and Katy) and the loving grandpa to eight rambunctious grandsons, with a ninth grandchild arriving in May 2015. He has been actively attending Trinity Cathedral for the last 15 months and was received into the church in March 2015. In his free time he enjoys reading, exploring antique/used furniture shops and spending time with friends. He is excited for the opportunity to get more involved in the Trinity Cathedral community.
Karla has had a career in information technology with PNC Bank for more than 30 years. Karla is responsible for analysis, testing coordination and quality assurance in the Call Center. Along with her information technology background, Karla has a degree from Capital University in Church Music and has a background in visual arts and creative writing. Karla has been attending Trinity since 1980 and serves as a chalice bearer, sacristan and lector. She is married to Michael Graska. They reside in Brecksville with their two cats, Shelby and Thibodaux.
Walker Sands hails from Washington, D.C., and has a spirit for social progress and bringing care, equality and inclusion to his work. He co-leads T23, Trinity’s 20s and 30s social group, encouraging community and service within Trinity. With experience in film marketing and social entrepreneurship, Walker is an executive administrator with Kindred Healthcare, and hopes to join his passions for social justice and spiritual rejuvenation to do great work in Cleveland and beyond. Walker is honored and excited to join Cathedral Council.
Matt Gittins is a senior at Chardon High School. He has been a member of Trinity since he was in 1st grade. He is an acolyte for Trinity, a member of the youth group and a youth leader for the Diocese of Ohio. Matt enjoys sports, theater, and playing musical instruments, especially the violin.