Tell us about yourself, your background, and why you are interested in serving.

I have been a parishioner for only 3 years, but feel like St. Ignatius is home. I am recently retired and looking for ways to serve. I worked over 40 years at the same local company as an IT manager. I live in the White Marsh area, have 4 grown children and 6 (soon to be 7) grandchildren who are all in the Baltimore Metropolitan area. I have lived my entire life in Baltimore, grew up in St. Anthony of Padua parish, and attended school there. I graduated from the A Course at Baltimore Polytechnic Institute and went on to Loyola College (now University) to earn 2 BS degrees and a MES.


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As a Jesuit parish, we believe we are called to explore, discover, respect, protect, and enhance whatever is humane and graced in every person, and in every culture.