and Anne Clifford
Children: Caroline C. Spinelli and Jennifer C. Luetkemeyer
Steve recently retired from his second career as a contractor for the Department of Defense. Steve and Anne live in the Massanutten Mountains in Shenandoah County. Both Steve and Anne are actively involved in their parish. Steve is an Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion, teaches the Confirmation Class in CCD, and instructs RCIA. Anne runs the parish bookstore and teaches the First Communion Class in CCD.
Ed and Jean Gliot
Children: Allison, Kathryn, and Jessica
Ed and Jean are originally from south-central Pennsylvania, where they were both raised in the Catholic faith from birth. Ed recently retired from the Army where he served as a Lieutenant Colonel. During their 22 year career, the Gliot's had the pleasure of serving the Nation in Kentucky, Germany, Arizona, North Carolina, Virginia (3 times), Hawaii, and England. Currently, Ed is employed by the Department of Defense as a government civilian. Jean works part-time as a fit expert at Road Runner Sports in Falls Church. In the midst of raising three teenage daughters, Ed keeps busy maintaining the house and gardening while Jean is an avid runner, having successfully completed 10 marathons and other distance races around the world.
The Gliots moved to Falls Church in the summer of 2008, just before Ed applied to the Permanent Diaconate. The family is active at St. James parish, where Ed serves as an Extraordinary Minister of the Eucharist, Lector, and Catechist. Jean and Ed are both active in adult Scripture Study at the parish and Jean volunteers regularly at the St. James School Library.
Brian and Susan Majewski
Children: Brendan Richard +, Christina Marie, James
Thomas, Janice Elaine, and Brian Francis
Brian recently retired from the Senior Foreign Service of the Department of State currently serving as Executive Director of the Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs. In addition to periodic Washington, DC assignments, Brian and family have served and lived in Belgrade, the former Yugoslavia; Jeddah, Saudi Arabia; Ottawa, Canada; Brasilia, Brazil; Rabat, Morocco; and Mexico City, Mexico.
Brian and Susan married on the feast day of St. Francis of Assisi, October 4, 1969, and have been professed members of the Secular Franciscan Order (SFO) since 1992, currently joined to the Holy Family Fraternity in Manassas. Brian and Susan are Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion. Brian is also a Lector and a member of the Parish Council.
Chris (C.G.) and Carol Moore
Children: Charles Barry and Catalina Elizabeth "Lulu"
Chris and Carol are both cradle Catholics. Originally from California, Chris met and married Carol there in 1981. They have lived in northern Virginia since the mid-1980s.
Chris (known as “C.G.” at work) is a senior program manager at Northrop Grumman Information Systems, where he has worked for nearly 35 years.
Carol serves as Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion at Bishop O’Connell High School where she teaches Math and AP Economics. Carol previously taught at the college level after a career in banking. Chris is a member of the parish pastoral council and Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion at OLGC. Both serve together as Baptismal catechists and have previously taught grade school and high school CCD/CCF classes.
Outside the parish, both are long-time volunteers with Catholic Charities of Arlington, especially Children’s Services and Christ House.
Scott and Kellie Ross
Children: Jake and Sam
Kellie was born and raised in Deer Park, WA (near Spokane) and later attended Trinity College. Scott is from Dunbar, PA (south of Pittsburgh) and went to Georgetown University. They were married February 1, 1997. Both are “cradle” Catholics. The family has been active in many ministries at Holy Trinity since its inception in 2001.
Scott is a family doctor in Manassas with a secondary specialty in Sports Medicine. He serves as the team physician for Pope John Paul the Great High School. Kellie, after several years as a critical care nurse, now is the director of the House of Mercy, a charity she co-founded with the late Father Jack Fullen.
The Most Reverend Paul S. Loverde
Bishop of Arlington
Father Thomas P. Ferguson
Episcopal Vicar for Faith Formation
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