Administration and Facilities
Chairman: Charles Cassmeyer
Vice-Chairman: Larry Buschjost
Secretary: Luke Graessle
The Commission Administration and Facilities provides the primary leadership among parishioners in assisting the parish in managing the personnel resources, maintaining the buildings and grounds, directing long range planning, assuring security and safety, and ensuring that the parish's resources are put to good use in furthering our common mission of evangelization, celebrating the sacraments, and building up the Body of Christ.
The Commission will have six core members to ensure that the key responsibility areas enumerated in the Commission charter have adequate oversight without undue hardship. Other parishioners will be invited to serve associate members of the commission according to the need and their desire to serve especially as coordinators of the various key responsibility areas. These are:
- Human Resources
- Long Range Planning
- Health, Security, and Safety
- Information Technology
- Maintenance Oversight
This meeting was done on Zoom. The meeting was opened with a prayer led by Monsignor Makarewicz. Attendees were Charles Cassmeyer, Bob Cotter, Eric Brauman, Robert Adams, John Riley, Brian Hamrin, Tom Ziegler, Larry Buschjost, Luke Graessle and Monsignor Makarewicz. Duke Dorge, Jim Tapella and Marty Mayer did not participate. Minutes from the May, 2020…
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