Our council provides vision and direction in the areas of Worship, Learning & Faith Formation, Witness, Evangelism & Communications, Congregation Life, & Support.
PRESIDENT, BILL BAVER
Bill and his family joined Saint Luke in 1996. He has been involved in the Christian Education program at Saint Luke since his boys started attending Sunday School with the 2 year-old program. He has been a teacher in the education program since 1994. Bill has been involved in the Confirmation ministry since 2003 and has been a lead teacher in the program since 2007. Bill works in the computer industry and has been involved in local coaching positions throughout the Radnor-Wayne sports programs since 1995. Bill has a love of education and in helping everyone at Saint Luke expand in the leanings of our Lord Jesus Christ.
TREASURER, DAVID WEBB
Raised in Berwyn, confirmed at Saint Luke in late 1970’s, David moved from the Main Line after graduating from Conestoga in 1981. He graduated from St. Lawrence University in 1985 and George Washington Law School in1991. After living in Connecticut, Virginia and New Hampshire, he returned to the area in 1993. He lives in St. Davids with his wife, Annie and their 3 children, Jamie, Tommy and Meredith, who attend Radnor Township Schools. For the last 22 years, he’s worked as a Financial Advisor for Janney Montgomery Scott in Radnor. David enjoys golf, paddle tennis, travel and being with family.
SECRETARY, ANNE BARNETT
Anne has been a member of Saint Luke since 1975, when she moved here as a teen with her family. Her parents, Don and Roberta Barnett, and one of her sisters, Dona Redmond, are also active and long-time members. Anne is the proud mom of two young adults, Jackson and Jenn Smith who are in the slow process of leaving the nest. Anne has taught Pre-K Sunday School for more years than she cares to admit. Professionally, Anne has spent her career in the Insurance industry, and works at Philadelphia Insurance Companies in the Claims Management team, supporting its Professional/D&O division. In her spare time, Anne enjoys running , reading, meals with friends and family, and serving as President of her community Homeowners association.
COUNCILOR FOR CONGREGATIONAL LIFE, LORRAINE MILLER
Lorraine and her family joined Saint Luke in 1994. She has been involved in coffee hospitality, the nursery, VBS, was a confirmation leader and ran a small group for high schoolers. She and her husband Steve have 4 children; Morgan, Madison, Miranda, and Mason. Lorraine is a nurse and works at Villanova University. In her spare time, Lorraine enjoys walking, cooking, spending time with her family and watching many soccer games.
COUNCILOR FOR WORSHIP & MUSIC, JODI DONOHUE
Jodi has been a member of Saint Luke since 1994, with her husband, David and children, Mark and Anna. At Saint Luke Jodi has served in a variety of roles including: Councilor for Congregational Life, Confirmation teacher, Youth Councilor as well as serving on hospitality, youth, children’s church, nursery, communication and ushering teams over the years. Jodi works as a Product Manager for Wedgewood Pharmacy and serves on the Board of the Silver Springs Martin Luther School where she is the Development Chair.
COUNCILOR FOR WITNESS, DAVE SATTERFIELD
Dave joined Saint Luke in 2006 and has been involved in stewardship, as well as serving as a counter, a councilor and Welcome Center greeter. He has a Bachelor in Electrical Engineering from Penn State University and a Masters in Mathematics from Villanova University. Dave and his wife Maryanne enjoy traveling and bicycling down the shore on weekends.
COUNCILOR FOR SUPPORT, TOM MCCOWN
Tom and his wife Lynn have been attending Saint Luke regularly since early 2015 and became members in 2016. Tom grew up in Berwyn, graduating from Conestoga High School in 1971. Tom has always been a thoughtful and service-minded individual. In his youth he was a member of the Paoli One Boy Scout Troop. He earned the rank of Eagle Scout in 1968, and served as Scoutmaster for several years in the early 1980’s. More recently, Tom has volunteered with Habitat for Humanity, building houses for people who could not otherwise afford a home. Professionally, Tom has been a self-employed carpenter/contractor since 1980. Tom found his real niche at Saint Luke with the Appalachia Service Project, which he has participated in since the summer of 2015. He looks forward to using his professional expertise in serving Saint Luke as Councilor for Support.
COUNCILOR FOR LEARNING & FAITH FORMATION, FRED SCHULTZ
Fred and his family have been members of Saint Luke for two years. They moved to the area from Florida, but grew up in Minnesota; going from extreme cold to blistering heat to the Goldilocks “just right” zone here in Pennsylvania. Fred works at Aetna, where he is Vice President of Medicare Service Operations. In those brief moments away from work, Fred enjoys traveling with his family, meeting new people and experiencing new cultures firsthand. The entire Schulz family makes volunteering and giving back a priority, as his wife, Cindy, is president of the kid’s school association and a leader in their daughter’s girl scout troop, and both of their kids are active in Scouts doing service projects in the community.
COUNCILOR FOR EVANGELISM & COMMUNICATIONS, JULIANNE LEIGHTON
Julie Leighton (Herbster) has been a parishioner at Saint Luke since childhood, and now enjoys the active community with her two children (Mia and David). Aside from serving on council, Julie also organizes the congregation’s Children’s Church ministry and teaches 3rd Grade Sunday School class. Professionally, Julie is the Vice President of Digital Strategy at a fast growing Philadelphia advertising agency and (back in the 90s) was an original member of the Senior Management Team to build LendingTree.com, before building her own Marketing Strategy and Consulting firm. She's a Penn State Alumni and avid DIYer.
YOUTH COUNCILOR, ANNA DONOHUE
Anna is currently a junior at West Chester East High School. She is seventeen and has been involved in handbell choir, youth band, ASP, and the high school small groups here at Saint Luke.