Recruitment Team


aceynAcey N.
Althea lives in Storrs with her family and works at Eastern CT State University in the office of Student Affairs. Althea and her family are relative newcomers to Saint Marks and feel blessed to call it their church home.

 
 
 
 

barbararBarbara R.
Barbara, her husband, and children moved to Storrs in 1967, soon becoming St. Mark’s parishioners. She has been actively involved in the life of the church, serving on vestries, rector search and other committees, and as a Sunday minister. Barbara has practiced law for many years and focuses on family law—particularly on child protection and special education.

 
 
 

carolhCarol H.
Carol arrived in Connecticut in 1967 when her husband joined the Accounting Department at UConn. Carol has taught at both the collegiate and high school levels. She and her husband became members of St. Mark’s, where Carol has held many positions during the ensuing years. She now lives in Storrs and is the mother of 4 children, 7 grandchildren, and 1 great grandchild.

 
 
 

helenemHelene M.
Helene lives in Storrs with her family and works for a professor at UConn in the areas of school and child health. A former Catholic who discovered St. Mark’s almost five years ago, she was immediately hooked by the wonderful community and open communion. Helene sings in the choir, has served on the vestry and currently tweets for St. Mark’s.

 
 
 

madisonMadison D.
Madison is originally from St. Louis, and studied and worked in Nashville and Washington, DC before her husband’s professorship brought them to Connecticut 12 years ago. She stays active in the community by coordinating the St. Mark’s Sunday School program and by serving as PTA President at her children’s school.

 
 
 

markbMark B.
Mark and his family have been members at St. Mark’s since 1996. He was raised in the Lutheran church, while his wife Sondra is a cradle Episcopalian. Mark has served on vestry several times in the past twenty years and thoroughly enjoys the St. Mark’s community. When not at St. Mark’s, he spends a lot of his time teaching and working on climate adaptation research.

 
 
 

markhMark H.
Mark lives in Mansfield with his wife Magda and two children. He teaches Latin American history at UConn.