Members of the 2017 Vestry:
Back Row: Andy Reed, Kyle Vreeland, Jeff Cox Jr., Phil Mays, Susan Waldron, Fr. Reid Hensarling, Wes Cowley, Dr. Byron Hodge, Chuck Fulton
Front Row: David Marichal, Dr. Jim Chastain, Sid Glynn, Bill Cook
Vestry Assignments for 2017:
Senior Warden - Andy Reed (2015-2017)
Junior Warden - Sudan Waldron (2016-2018)
Clerk of the Vestry - Bill Cook (2016-2018)
Christian Education - Dr. Jim Chastain (2016-2018)
Communications - Kyle Vreeland (2017-2019)
Finance Chairman - Wes Cowley (2015-2017)
Finance Committee - Chuck Fulton (2015-2017)
Finance Committee - Phil Mays (2017-2019)
Information Technology - David Marichal (2015-2017)
Outreach - Jeff Cox Jr. (2017-2019)
Pastoral Care - Dr. Byron Hodge (2016-2018)
Security Council - Sid Glynn (2017-2019)
| Andy Reed
Andy Reed joined All Saints’ in 2005 with his family (wife Anna, kids Evan and Emma). Since joining All Saints’, Andy has served in the choir, Thrift Store, Hurricane Council, Building Committee and has taught youth Sunday school and the Parent Class. He is serving his second term on the Vestry, where he is currently the Senior Warden. He served as Junior Warden in 2016. He leads the All Saints’ Walking & Running Club. Andy started and manages a small law firm, and focuses his own practice on estates and trusts. He serves as Chairman of the Scott Lake Elementary School Advisory Council and an advisory board member of C12. At home, Andy enjoys conversation, reading, writing and spending time with his family.
| Susan Waldron
Susan was raised at All Saints' Church being baptized and confirmed here. She is married with three grown, married children and five grandchildren. She has a business degree from Florida Southern College. Her ministry work consists of being a Member of OSL, LEV, Chalice Bearer, Adult Education Leader, past Vestry member (2009-2011) and Senior Warden. She believes the first business of the Church is the care of its people. Susan is currently serving a term on the All Saints' Vestry (2016-2018) and is the Junior Warden.
| Bill Cook
Bill is a native Lakelander and a lifelong Episcopalian. He is a graduate of Clemson University with a degree in Civil Engineering, Bill has worked in the fertilizer and chemical industry where he has utilized his professional engineering license and now works in his family company. Kathy, Bill’s wife of 37 years met at Clemson and have three sons, Bill III, Christopher and John and five grandchildren, Kelsey, Lindsey, Chloe, Kylie and Colbin. Bill has served as the Acolyte Master, Vestry and LEM and currently serves as a Verger, Co-chairman of the Worship Council and the Vestry (2016-2018). Bill serves as the Secretary Clerk of the 2017 Vestry.
| Jim Chastain
| Kyle Vreeland
Kyle served as the Treasurer of the Lakeland Association of Realtors this past year, and was elected President Elect for 2017. In addition, he is a current Polk Theatre Trustee and The Chairman of the Board. His wife, Jesse Vreeland and he joined All Saints’ in 2008. WThey regularly attend church with our four children: Mally (16), Bella (14), Henry (7) and William (5). In 2016, Kyle was blessed to be confirmed with 41 others this past spring in Father Reid’s confirmation class. Kyle is currently responsible for Communications.
| Wes Cowley
Wes was born and raised in a small town in Kentucky. He attended high school at Columbia Military Academy, and studied philosophy at Vanderbilt University and sociology at Duke University. Wes spent the next 40 years designing and developing software for computers, from large mainframe to PCs. Wes and his wife of nearly 40 years, Virginia (Gina) moved to Lakeland in 1977, and have two daughters, Caroline and Jessica. They joined All Saints' in 2004. Wes’ main ministry is the Order of Saint Luke (OSL) for which he is the Administrator. Wes had served on the Vestry previously, and is the current Finance Chair.
| Chuck Fulton
Chuck Fulton was born in Stuart, Fl, and confirmed at All Saints' Church in Jensen Beach where his family were members during his entire youth. Chuck has serves the church as part of the Adult Choir, Hand bells and is a member of the Finance Committee. He has been on the Honduras Mission Team and had a previous appointment to the vestry in 2007-2010.
Chuck is in his 14th year as Director of Bands at Lakeland Christian School. Kathy, his wife, is Executive Director for the National non-profit American Logistics Aid Network thanks to a generous sponsorship by Saddle Creek Logistics Services. Their daughter, Amanda, is in her freshman year at George Washington University in Washington, D.C. Prior to his appointment at LCS, he served as the band director at George W. Jenkins High School, Kathleen High School and as assistant director at Martin County High School.
Chuck holds a Masters of Music Degree from Northwestern State University in Natchitoches, Louisiana, and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Florida.
| Phil Mays
Phil and his wife Sanfra have been members of All Saints since 2006. They have been married for 17 years and their blended family includes four adult children and seven beautiful grandchildren. He is a graduate of Georgia Southern University with a degree in business. He was baptized and confirmed in the Catholic Church and was accepted into the Episcopal Church in October of 2006; Sanfra was confirmed with him.
As a member of All Saints Phil was a member of the Jail Ministry team with Fr. Al and Fr. Reid for 3 years; is a lector and steward; previously served on the Vestry from 2011-2013; was Treasurer of the parish building expansion program; is a Sunday School and Parish Academy teacher and member of the Order of St. Luke. Phil is currently serving as a member of the Finance Committee.
He has been a member of Lakeland South Rotary since 2000 where has served as past secretary, treasurer, President 2009-2010 and is currently on the Board of Directors. He served on the Polk County Board of Adjustment for 6 years being chairman for 5 of those years.
In his spare time, Phil enjoys reading, writing, walking, exercising and traveling with Sanfra.
| David Marichal
David has been a member of All Saints' since 2003. He is married and has three adult daughters. David has a background in medical imaging and imaging informatics and is self-employed. He, along with his wife Linda have served in various ministries including teaching Adult Sunday School, Marriage Ministry, Foyers, Young Adult Ministry and Youth. David believes that the church should be anchored in God’s truth and that truth shared in the light of His grace and love. He is currently in the third year of his vestry term and is responsible for Information Technology. This is David’s second term serving on All Saints’ Vestry.
| Jeff Cox Jr.
Jeff and his two children are lifelong members of All Saints Church. Jeff has a MBA from the University of Central Florida. After college Jeff worked as a technologist with Lockheed Martin where he developed a passion for business and technology. In 2014 Jeff started an Internet based logistics company that primarily services the heavy equipment industry. Jeff currently serves as lector and is on the All Saints’ Outreach Committee. Jeff is also an active C12 member, and lifetime Lakeland resident. Jeff’s free time revolves around his family, friends, and church related activities.
| Dr. Byron Hodge
Byron is a life long Episcopalian, originally from Spartanburg, South Carolina. He is an adult Sunday School teacher and in the Order of St. Luke healing ministry. Byron is married to Janet and they have three children and five grandchildren. He is an oncologist for the Lakeland Regional Cancer Center. Byron taught a Fall Parish Academy class in 2016 on the life of King David. Dr. Hodge is a member of the All Saints' Vestry (2016-2018) and responsible for Pastoral Care.
| Sid Glynn
Sid has been a resident of Lakeland since 1990 and a member of All Saints’ Episcopal Church since 1995. He and his wife Sharon two grown children. Robert is a United States Marine in his 15th year and Carrie is a Master Deputy in the Polk County Sheriff’s Department. Sid is in the computer consulting business. He faithfully served his country for twenty years in the United States Marine Corps (1966-1988). Sid is on the Security Council.