Greg and his wife Susan moved to North Carolina in 2009 after living in South Florida. Greg is a graduate of the University of Florida. He operated his family business for twenty years before attending John Knox Theological Seminary and being ordained in the Presbyterian Church (PCA) in 1996. In Florida, Greg served as a pastor of a church plant, an assistant minister, and a Christian school headmaster. In North Carolina he enrolled in the Clinical Pastoral Education program at Duke University Hospital before joining Capitol Commission as the State Director ministering to the legislators and staff of the North Carolina General Assembly.
After moving to Pittsboro, Greg and Susan attended Holy Trinity Church and discovered a calling from God to serve there as well as finding a wonderful church home. They love the warmth of the people and the depth of the worship at Holy Trinity.
Greg was received into the Anglican Church and ordained as a deacon in October, 2016. Greg has been involved with almost every area of church life over his career, but his desire is for people to grow in Christ and to love Him more. Teaching, counseling and offering spiritual direction are his main passions within the church.
Greg and Susan are avid golfers, both read extensively, and take walks daily if possible. Greg also loves to do home projects such as working in his shop, or mowing their eleven acres of pasture while enjoying some peaceful time on the tractor.
Greg has two married children (their mother, and Greg’s first wife, is deceased). Greg and Susan are grandparents to six grandchildren.