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2016 Vestry Members


What is the Vestry?

The Vestry is a legal governing and decision-making body of a parish church, consisting of the rector and elected lay representatives.  Its duties include calling the rector, approving the budget, making policy, and approving expenditures.  Each vestry has a senior and junior warden, both elected from among members of the vestry either by the congregation or by the vestry itself. Often vestry members are also heads of parish committees or commissions, but each parish chooses its own way of structuring its vestry.1

Mike LaFond

Jan Greer-Carney
(Junior Warden)

Casper Kranenburg
(Senior Warden)

Dott McMenemy

Robin Broadbent

Tamar Roberts

Jim Milliken

Ginnie Schartner

Terry Irwin

Brian Pontius


Kathy Whitehead

Joann Gutt







Delegates to Diocesan Convention

Ginnie Schartner (term expires 2015)
Bob Washburn - (term expires 2016)

Ray Fournier - (term expires 2017)


From “A Dictionary for Episcopalians” by John N. Wall