Covenant deacons ensure that members of our church family receive the care, support and encouragement needed for facing life’s challenges. a deacon, as defined in scripture, is a person of sympathy, witness and service in the example of Jesus Christ. Deacons minister to those in need, to the sick, to the friendless and to anyone who may be in distress, both within and beyond the community of faith. Deacons provide congregational care to enable people to continue to grow in Christ and to reach out with Christ’s love in Austin and around the world.
Our deacons recognize significant celebratory milestones in the lives of our congregants as well. They serve our members by celebrating births, graduations and momentous anniversaries. For more information, contact Brent Stover, deacon moderator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tom Hutchison and his wife, Susan, joined Covenant in 1981. They have three children and seven grandchildren. Tom, a semi-retired dentist, has been active in choir and numerous Bible studies. Ordained as an elder and a deacon, Tom is a Stephen Minister and serves on the Intercessory Prayer Team, the Joy Ministry, is a facilitator in Covenant’s grief ministry program and volunteers on the hospital visitation team.
Lee Terrell and his wife, Lorrie, became Covenant members in1989. An ordained deacon and Stephen Minister, Lee has participated with the Sanctuary and handbell choirs, the Bagel Bunch and Men in the Word. Lee and Lorrie have two adult daughters; both live in Texas. Lee played the trumpet in the University of Texas Longhorn Band.
Lorrie Terrell and her husband, Lee, joined Covenant in 1989. Retired from IBM, Lorrie has served Covenant in various ways: choir mom, choir member, adult education participant, Lamplighters participant, PW Circle participant, youth sub-committee member, PWOC treasurer, STAND mentor, Interfaith Hospitality and Manos de Cristo volunteer, and member of the Bagel Bunch. She loves being a grandma!
Adele Trigg became a Covenant member in 1999. She is a medical coder for Central Texas Ob-Gyn Associates where she has worked since 1996. An ordained deacon, Adele has served two terms on the Board of Deacons, participates in Lamplighters, is a greeter and has studied in various Sunday morning classes. She is mom to one son, Ryan.
Breece Adams and her husband, Dub, have been Covenant members for more than 20 years. They like to explore Austin; their greatest joy is traveling to see their three kids. Breece is member of Deborah Circle and Lamplighters, and has previously served as a deacon. She owns and operates two businesses, and is an active member of a Christian business leadership group and the Austin Jr. League.
The daughter of Susan and Dave Ashton, Jennie grew up at Covenant. In high school, she went on the mission trips to Mexico to build houses and attended D-groups. Jennie’s division one NCAA basketball team made it to the Sweet Sixteen and she continues to play basketball in the Covenant gym once a week. A paralegal at a small personal injury law firm, Jennie is married to Nate.
A Covenant member since 2003, Jean has been a choir member, and currently volunteers with Street Youth Ministry and helps teach Manos de Cristo ESL classes. Jean is Professor Emeritus at Texas A&M and is a registered nurse. After many years of juggling family and career, she appreciates having time to participate in Lamplighters, Covenant small groups and volunteer activities. Jean and her husband, Dennis, have one daughter.
Nancy and her husband, Pierre, have been members of Covenant for over 25 years. Nancy, an interior designer, volunteered in Sunday school when her two children were young. Nancy has served on the board of Hospice Austin and serves on the Community Advisory Board of Caritas of Austin. Together with Pierre, she is a Chairman’s Council member of the Austin Opera.
Susan Edgar has been a member of Covenant for over 40 years. She has worked with children’s Sunday school, sang in the choir, served a term as deacon and participates in Lamplighter’s Bible study. She and her husband, Mike, have two daughters. Susan worked in Mike’s dental office for about 25 years until retiring in 2014. She loves her grandboys!
Pansy Flick and her husband, Elliott, have been members of Covenant since 2004. Pansy is involved with the new member class, the greeting committee, mentoring teenage girls and small group participation. This is Pansy’s third stint as a deacon. Elliott and Pansy have two grown daughters.
Steve Genovesi and his wife Jen joined Covenant in 2012. The couple has enjoyed attending classes covering topics from emotional fitness to raising teenagers. Their two sons greatly benefited from being a part of Covenant Student Ministries. Steve and Jen traveled with the youth group to Belize and are part of the Covenant welcome team for Refugee Services of Texas. Steve is senior vice president of sales at the Austin Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Abbey Gray’s relationship with Covenant began in 2007 when she married lifelong member Edward Gray. She officially joined in 2014, upon moving to Austin. Abbey and Edward have three children, and Abbey supports the children’s ministry by teaching Sunday school and helping with volunteer appreciation efforts. Abbey teaches First Amendment law in Texas State University’s School of Journalism.
Bob Kay joined Covenant in 2007. He and his wife, Susan, have three grown children. Bob has enjoyed more than 30 years in his career in venture capital investments and building early stage companies in several industries. Bob, a lifelong golfer, enjoys investing in early stage companies, mentoring younger entrepreneurs and helping his kids’ friends find their first professional jobs.
Tammy Linn, a Covenant member since 2003, can be spotted around the church playing her violin, talking up the Cuba ministry or standing on her head in Christian yoga. She is mom to a long-haired German shepherd. Tammy teaches violin lessons, performs with the River Oaks Chamber Orchestra in Houston and works part time at UT as assistant to Professor Brian Lewis.
Gray Luckett and his wife, Med, joined Covenant around 2010, and have three kids – the youngest in Covenant Preschool. Gray is involved in Covenant Groups and is a Sunday school volunteer. He is an art director and design lead at a digital design agency and spends his additional creative energy on playing with his kids, cooking and photography.
John Neff and his wife, Keni, joined Covenant in 2008. John attends the Downtown Men’s Bible study. He and Keni are always involved with events pertaining to their family; two of their three sons were married at Covenant, and they love to dote on their six grandchildren. John has been a financial advisor for nearly 40 years and is a lifelong Austinite.
Jill Noel and Andrew Sullivan joined Covenant almost 20 years ago, and were married in the church. They have one daughter. Jill has taught Sunday schoo, been a parent helper for children’s choir and youth choir, and has helped with church landscaping maintenance. Jill works for an environmental consulting company. With Andrew, she frequently volunteers for the McNeil High School band program.
A.V. Ootsey, a Covenant member since 2012, has been involved in several small groups and serves as an usher. He has five children. A.V. served in the United States Air Force for 30 years. He retired with the rank of Chief Master Sergeant, and then he went to work for Wight Engineering in Austin. His favorite pastime is watching NASCAR races.
Ryan Palm was born in Austin, and has been a Covenant member since 1995. He was drawn to Covenant by the vibrant youth programs, and has served as a shepherd and music leader for children’s ministry. Ryan sings in the traditional worship services, and has served six years as a deacon. He is a sales director for a healthcare software company. He is married to Jennifer.
Mary Jane Parker
Mary Jane Parker is a lifelong Presbyterian and native Austinite, joined Covenant in 2014 and volunteers with the Refugee Welcome Team. Mary Jane sells real estate, and serves on the Seton Development Board and the Junior League of Austin. She works with Austin’s Animal Shelter and Austin Pets Alive. She has led and participated in medical missions for Austin Smiles, a local nonprofit that repairs cleft palates, for nearly 20 years.
David Petrick and his wife, Cynthia, joined Covenant more than 20 years ago when their two sons attended Covenant’s preschool. David has been in the Austin commercial real estate business since 1981. David has participated in Men in the Word and the Downtown Men’s Bible Study. He and Cynthia enjoy bicycling, hiking and travel.
Adriana Porras and her husband, Abel, joined Covenant in 2011 along with her parents, Juan and Benita Medrano. Adriana was attracted to Covenant due to the church’s rich children’s ministry for her two daughters and the welcoming community. She volunteers for the children’s ministry program. Adriana is a quality engineer at Dell. She and her family love to travel and are working to visit all 50 states.
Jennifer Smith joined Covenant in 2005. She has participated with VBS, Children’s Sunday school, Club 56, Interfaith Hospitality Network and Wednesday night dinner, where she loves sitting at the table and having great conversations with new and old friends. Jennifer and her husband, Jon, have been married 20 years and have two great kids. Jennifer is a realtor and loves showing Austin off to newcomers.
Bill Taylor joined Covenant in 1982 with his wife, Tana. Bill was in private medical practice for 30 years. He has served as an elder and is active in Men in the Word. A former choir member, Bill traveled with the choir to Estonia and with the church to Cuba in 2003. He currently serves as a lay liturgist. Bill and Tana have two kids, who both live in Austin, and six grandkids.
Barbara Tindel has been a Covenant member since 2002. Barbara previously served as a deacon and is a lamplighters co-leader. She attends the 8:15 service and helps with communion. Barbara has two and three grandchildren. Barbara retired from nursing about 10 years ago, and enjoys golf. Since the death of her husband, Jerry, she has been very grateful for the nurturing congregation of Covenant.
Jim Troiano and his wife, Maris, began attending Covenant in 2014 and became members shortly after. They have two young children. Jim enjoys attending Men in the Word and participating in his Covenant Group. He is a partner in an oil and gas exploration company.
Scott Trulland his wife, Christine, joined Covenant in 1997. They have two grown children. Scott has been involved in real estate sales and management for over 30 years. He also has been a trustee and now serves as chairman of his family foundation. Scott and Christine have led some Sunday school classes, and have participated in numerous groups and programs.
Greg Wilson and his wife, Sally, have been Covenant members for more than 15 years. He has practiced law, developed real estate and worked with charities and Native American gaming businesses. He and one of his three sons own Radio Coffee and Beer. Greg is a deacon, coordinates a small group and has been a coach and referee for Upward Basketball. He has been playing basketball with a group for 26 years. Basketball night is the highlight of his week!
Sally Wilson and her husband, Greg, have been Covenant members since 2001. They have three sons and two granddaughters. Sally has participated in Lamplighters, the Sunday morning greeting team and Covenant small groups. She grew up as an Army brat living all over the world before attending UT. Sally worked as an aide for Texas House and Senate members, and has been active in numerous community groups. Sally handles bookkeeping for Radio Coffee and Beer.
Cindy Young has been a Covenant member since 2003. It’s where she met her husband, Stuart. Cindy has served as a Lamplighters teacher, an elder, STAND mentor, served on various committees and started the JOY ministry six years ago, which serves special needs children and their families. She works for Seton as a pediatric physical therapist. Cindy, a stepmother to two grown kids, enjoys entertaining with Stuart in their home, which typically includes pie and live music.
Julia Alejandre has been a Covenant member since 2000. She and her husband Mateo have two children. Julia serves as PW outreach coordinator and has previously served on the strategic planning committee and as an usher, and helped coordinate the contemporary service. Julia, who was an elder at St. John’s Presbyterian Church in Houston, works at the Department of State Health Services as a Project Manager for high consequence infectious diseases.
Leslie Bagby has been a Covenant member since 1990. She is married to Gaines Bagby. They met in the church choir and have three grown children. Leslie sings in the Sanctuary Choir. She has served as a deacon, on the Pastor Nominating Committee and was a D-group leader. She attends Lamplighters, and has been on nine short-term mission trips and traveled to Cuba. Leslie, a registered dietitian, works as a consultant.
Lynn Brown joined Covenant in 2015; her involvement with Covenant began in 2010 when she attended Career Transitions. In 2012, when looking for a church that provided a sense of community, she came back to Covenant. Lynn has three children and is the director of real estate accounting with a company focusing on residential and multi-family developments, along with other natural land resources. She enjoys reading, cooking and traveling, and volunteering with CASA.
Don G. Davis
Don G. Davis, a Covenant member since 1972, was married Avis for nearly 42 years. He has three children and two granddaughters, and worked as a professor of library history (now emeritus) at University of Texas for 35 years. His service to Covenant includes deacon, elder, Sunday school teacher, small group leader and hospital visitor. He currently leads the Service of Morning Prayer on Wednesdays. He is a certified lay pastor in Mission Presbytery since 2004. Don resides at Westminster Manor and serves as liaison/lay pastor to Westminster.
Karen Ellis and her late husband Orm moved to Austin in 1983 and were members of Westlake Hills Presbyterian Church. Now living in Northwest Hills, Karen joined Covenant, where one of her two daughters and grandkids are members. She participates in Lamplighters. Karen’s career in public relations and publishing spanned several decades. She enjoys reading and classical music, serving as an Austin Women’s Symphony League board member and Long Center volunteer.
Jason Florey is married to Christi. They have two children and officially joined Covenant in 2014. Jason attends Downtown Men’s Bible Study, and has helped with children’s Sunday school and Upward Basketball. Jason, a certified financial planner, enjoys helping coach his son’s sports teams, as well as playing golf and watching Longhorn sports.
Karen Jones has been part of the Covenant community since fall 2004 when she started working with Covenant youth as a D-group leader and has been involved with D-Now weekends, retreats, summer camp, and in youth staff search committees. Karen has also participated in IHN, Shaped to Serve, women’s small groups and most recently the Refugee Welcome Team. Karen married Lance at Covenant in fall 2013, and moved to Miami for two years. Karen’s career background is in higher education.
Gina Lento and her two children have been attending Covenant since 2011, and members since 2014. Gina, her husband Liam Shannon (partial to his Catholic upbringing) and the kids moved to Austin from New Zealand, where Gina was New Zealand’s Consul General Designate to New York. Gina has numerous degrees in biochemistry and related studies and now serves as VP of Operations at Lung Therapeutics. She is a Sunday school teacher and a Prayer Shawl Ministry knitter. In her spare time, Gina is a specialist science reader, recording audio books for the blind and visually impaired from her home recording studio.
Sarah McCracken has been a Covenant member for about a decade, joining before marrying long-time member Brewster McCracken. Through their three children, Sarah has engaged in the Covenant community through Sunday school and children’s choir program. She is the Director of Programming at the LBJ Presidential Library, where she manages membership programs and public programming. Sarah loves college baseball, baking, pilates and reading.
John McFarlane and his wife Suzanne have been members at Covenant since 1976, the same year that he began practicing as an otolaryngology specialist. John, who sings barbershop harmony, was instrumental in designing and procuring the sanctuary pipe organ. John has served as an elder, on the Fellowship and Worship Committees, and has participated in eight medical mission and church planting trips to Zambia. A choir member since 1976, John organized the GraceNotes with seven other choir members in 1993.
Juan Medrano and wife Benita joined Covenant in 2011. Juan is having “a great time” serving as an usher. He also enjoys helping with VBS. Juan and Benita have three children and five grandchildren. After serving in the military and working in construction, Juan retired at the in 2008 and has devoted his time to enjoying his grandchildren. Juan has a model train collection that nobody touches except, of course, his grandchildren.
Longtime Covenant member Sarah Ott is serving her second term as a deacon at Covenant. Sarah is the director of wholesale major accounts at Kendra Scott. She has been married for more than 35 years. She and her husband have one son and two grandchildren. Her greatest joy is spending time with her family and sweet babies.
Jennifer Palm joined Covenant about nearly 20 years ago; she and her husband, Ryan, were married here in 1999. Jennifer has four daughters and one grandson. Jennifer was a paralegal for 10 years before becoming a lease administrator for a national movie theatre chain. Currently, she is a stay-at-home mom. Jennifer has either taught or been a shepherd for the daughters’ Sunday school classes for 10 years and counsels each summer at a faith-based camp in New Braunfels.
Monique Penner and her family have been a part of Covenant since 2012 and members since 2015. She loves helping with Covenant’s children’s ministry and missions for the homeless in any way she can in order to help the community and give back. She and her husband Brian have been married for a2 years and have three sweet and crazy boys. Monique is the owner of Posh Interiors and is a “Spartan Trifecta Racer,” a competitive obstacle course racer.
Bob Peterson, a Covenant member for nearly 50 years, is married to Elaine. They have four children and seven grandchildren. Bob has served as an elder, deacon moderator, Stephen Minister, grief program facilitator, VISIONS trip chair and hospital visitation team member. He’s been a small group leader, children’s Sunday school teacher, and STAND mentor; he has chaired the Mission Committee and taken mission trips to Senegal and Cuba. Bob, retired from engineering and marketing, has served Meals-On-Wheels for 20 years.
Deborah Robertson and her husband Eric joined Covenant nearly 20 years ago. Together with their daughter Alex, who grew up in the church, the family participated in several youth activities, weekend gatherings and mission trips (Zambia a definite favorite). Deborah enjoys working “behind the scenes” for VBS and teaching Little Lambs. Her greatest joy in serving involves music, food and people, serving on the worship team and Stephen’s Ministry, mentoring teens for STAND, and participating in AGAPE Sunday school class, Presbyterian Women and Lamplighters. She, Eric and Sara Singleton started the Marriage Course.
Jen Russell and her husband Ryan have been Covenant members since 2014. They have three kids. Jen participates in Lamplighters and serves in children’s ministry. Jen taught elementary and junior high school for five years, and has a master’s in Theology. Jen has taught at-risk children in L.A., worked for a Refugee Agency in Atlanta, and walked alongside women recovering from lives of prostitution and drug abuse in a Christian recovery program.
Amy Sint and her husband Thaw have been attending Covenant since 2012. They have one son. Amy attends Lamplighters, serves on the Day of Service planning team and the visitors and new member committee. She participates in MoMs Group and Midweek Connect as often as she can. Trained as a lawyer, Amy now works in the legal industry as a recruiter. Amy worked in South Africa for two years, caring for orphaned and abandoned children.
Allison Small and her husband Clint joined Covenant in July 2007. They have two children. Allison is an independent communications consultant. She has taught Sunday school for several years. She was an All-American Division III college basketball player. Clint and Allison are very involved with the Seton Hospital System. She is also on the board of Trojans Pop Warner and the Northwest Austin Youth Basketball Association.
Haden Spencer and her husband John joined Covenant in 2014 after years of attending as visitors. Haden has participated in Lamplighters for six years and this year is a co-leader for a Lamplighters small group. She also serves on the new member and visitor committee, and enjoys helping with IHN, Shaped to Serve and Advent Event. John and Haden have two kids. Chocolate chip cookies are almost always in the cookie jar. Haden loves to share them with friends and neighbors.
Monroe Talley began attending Men in the Word in 2011, and became a church member in 2014. He’s been to Cuba and Zambia and says “it has been his delight to work and play within the church in everything from Men in Transition to ushering to Upward Basketball.” Monroe loves most outside activities, particularly things with wheels and motors. He also loves music and is an avid listener. Monroe and his late wife Ursula have one daughter.
Beth Voorhees has worn many hats since joining Covenant with her husband Fred in 1982; serving as a deacon is her favorite. While raising three children, Beth was involved with children’s Sunday school, VBS and youth group. She has also enjoyed being part of Lamplighters, the Welcome Team and the Pastoral Nominating Committee (PNC). Beth is a retired dental hygienist. She and Fred have gone on dental mission trips to Mexico, and volunteered at the Manos de Cristo dental clinic.
Diane West has been a member of Covenant since 2014. She is a member of the hospital visitation team and Sarah-Elizabeth PW Circle, and is a mentor for a seventh grade student at Webb Middle School. Diane has two adult children. Since retiring as an internal medicine/emergency medicine physician in 2014, Diane enjoys doing volunteer work with the Travis County Medical Society providing free athletic physical exams for AISD students.
Rhonda Brink-Green and her husband, Bob Green, have been Covenant members for more than 35 years and have three grown children. Rhonda, a trust and estate attorney, has served Covenant through children’s activities, missions trips, women’s retreats, as a deacon and on the Foundation Board.
Diane Davis and her husband, Don, have been members for 30 years. Diane has taught Sunday school, served on committees, and been a youth confirmation mentor, a deacon and a Lamplighters leader. She has helped with the youth choirs and has served on the Senior Pastor Nominating team. She and Don have three daughters.
Sue DiCristofaro and her husband, Al, have been members of Covenant for more than 10 years. This is her second term as a deacon. She has served as a Sunday morning greeter and helped with IHN. Sue and Al have two daughters. Sue has been in the insurance business for more than 40 years.
Judy Gunnels became a Covenant member in 2012. Judy has participated in Lamplighters Bible study. She chairs the VISIONS Travel Committee and attends many VISIONS activities. She also volunteers in our preschool where her granddaughter participates.
Laura Hargrave and her husband, Rodney, joined Covenant in 2003. Laura has served as a Sunday school teacher, VBS helper, has participated in Lamplighters and is on the PW Committee as Missions Coordinator. She was first installed as a deacon in 2009. Laura and Rodney have two teenagers.
Christy Heimsath and her husband, Charles, have been Covenant members for about eight years. Christy is part of the Advent “Hanging of the Green” ministry team. She and Charles, strong advocates of suicide education, own their own research firm, and she and her sister own a small cookie company.
Margaret Hobgood and her husband, George, have been Covenant members for more 40 years. Margaret has served as a Sunday school teacher, a deacon, in PW circles and Lamplighters Bible study. They have two daughters and five grandchildren. She and her daughter have an interior and exterior design business.
Marsha LeGrand has been a member at Covenant for 10 years. She has participated in Lamplighters, Stephen Ministry, cooking for homeless youth, medical mission trips to Honduras, Nicaragua and Zambia, and has previously served as a deacon. Martha, a proud mom of three, is a counselor with a private practice.
Lori Magruder and her husband, Tom, joined Covenant in 2000 and again in 2007 after spending three years in Baltimore. They have three children. Lori, who has a Ph.D. in Aerospace Engineering, is a research scientist at the University of Texas at Austin Applied Research Laboratories. She played with Pro-Musica Handbell Choir and teaches Sunday school.
Laura Marra and her husband, Nick, joined Covenant in 2014. They are guardians of two teenage cousins. Laura and Nick helped start Covenant’s 20/30’s group. Laura is involved with Street Youth Ministry and traveled to Belize for the Spring Break Mission Trip. She is the senior research coordinator at the UT Child and Family Research Institute.
Dave Maxwell has been a member of Covenant since 1989. In 2005, he became a very active member, joining Men in Transition. He co-leads the Emotional and Spiritual Fitness class and sings in the Sanctuary Choir. Dave met his wife, Karen, at Covenant in 2006. Between them, they have three daughters.
Karen Maxwell joined Covenant in 1997 and has served in children and youth ministries. She’s been involved in the Manos de Cristo back-to-school event, Lamplighters and served as an IHN host. She traveled to Cuba in 2013 and recently joined Covenant’s Mission Committee. Karen is Marketing Director for AECOM.
Elizabeth McBride, who joined Covenant in 2013, is a member of a Wednesday night small group “parents of elementary-aged children.” She and husband, Brandon, have three children and teach Sunday school. She is a copywriter and account executive at Sherry Matthews Advocacy Marketing.
Susie McCaleb and her husband, Bill, have been members of Covenant for more than 40 years! They feel blessed to have their two grown daughters and their families as members. Susie has taught Sunday school, greeted on the patio, led Lamplighter groups, and participated on the Cuba mission team. This is her third term as a deacon.
Emily McGinnis has been a Covenant member since 2006. This is her second term as a deacon. She serves on the Presbyterian Women’s coordinating team, on the Children and Preteen Ministries committee, and teaches Sunday school. She and her husband, David, have two children.
Marta Meyer is happy to be a deacon again. At Covenant, she is involved in Lamplighters, the Kairos class, is one of the “puzzle people” at Senior Activities Day and serves as the Friday night host for IHN. Marta and husband, Charlie, love coming to the 8:15 Sunday service.
James (Jim) Palmer and his wife, Annette, have been part of the Covenant community for 25 years. They have enjoyed participating in the children’s ministry, in various Bible studies and most recently serving homeless youth through Daily Bread. Jim has been a computer software developer since before it was fashionable.
Alice Sessi and her husband, Tony, joined Covenant in 1982. She immediately started working with the children’s choirs, first accompanying them and later directing them. She just retired after 32 years! The mother of three, Alice currently takes tap dancing lessons!
Bill Short and his wife, Carol, have been Covenant members since 2013. He has participated in the Men’s Downtown Bible Study, the Daily Bread program with Street Youth Ministry, and has been a member of the Advent Devotional Committee and the Intercessory Prayer Team. After marrying Carol in 2012, Bill inherited three children and eight grandchildren.
Richard Swallow started coming to Covenant after he retired from UT’s School of Architecture, and became a member in 2013. Richard has four children and nine grandchildren. Daughter, Susan Ashton, and her family are Covenant members. Richard sings in the choir, traveled to Cuba, is active in the VISIONS programs, and has participated in the Mo-Ranch men’s retreat and Pilgrimage.
Doug Vreeland and his wife, Elizabeth, joined Covenant in 2011, and are members of the Caravan adult Sunday school class. They look forward to doing mission trips in the future. Doug attends the Men in the Word Bible study group. Doug and Elizabeth have two daughter. He works in the legal department of Dell.
Deon Wright and her husband, Hunter, joined Covenant in 2011. She has taught Sunday school classes and serves as hospitality co-chair for Covenant Preschool’s Parent Advisory Team. Deon, mom to two energetic boys, worked at Dell in sales and marketing until becoming a full-time mom. She volunteers at the preschool and at the Scleroderma Foundation.
Larry Zatopek and his wife, Susan, have attended Covenant since 1979; Larry joined in 1999. Married for 44 years, they have three children with seven grandchildren. Larry chairs the Congregational Care Committee and has served as a deacon and deacon moderator. He enjoys serving communion, and has been active with Men in the Word since its beginning in 2003.