Our Church Leadership (The Vestry and Staff)

Our Church thrives because of the energy and style of the people who are a part of our leadership.  Here are a few of the people that make our church community special:


Ron Carter, Junior WardenRon Carter 1

Ron is an Industrial Engineer by education and worked in that capacity for several large corporations.  He then had his own printing business for many years.  Ron has served on the Vestry previously and also serves Good Shepherd as a Lay Eucharistic Minister, Lector, Usher and, with his wife Gail, as a host for Coffee Hour.


Sudy Dressler 

Raised a Dressler SudyPresbyterian in VA, I began attending the Episcopal Church in college. When my husband Sam and I moved to York we took an active part in Good Shepherd. Some of my activities were: teaching Sunday School; painting Sunday School rooms; volunteering on a work trip to coal mining country; ECW; Vestry member; Vestry Clerk; coffee hour hostess; and art show worker. I am so happy for our church to have new vision from a man, Bill Greeley, who is creative but also realistic about what our future can hold and who is willing to give it a try. I would like to support him and his vision and see what we can do.


Susan Ferguson  Susan Ferguson

I grew up in York and was a member of Beth Shiloh Presbyterian Church. I moved to Alabama in 1994 and began attending the Episcopal Church. During my time there, I was an active church member, serving several years as Vestry Clerk and usher. I also participated on a church garden committee that provided vegetables for low income families. Professionally, I worked in social services and administration in retirement and skilled nursing facilities, so I often assisted elderly church members with long term care planning. I returned to York in 2014 to marry Tracy Ferguson III and joined Good Shepherd in 2015.



Jordan GableJordan Gable  

First, I would like to say it is an honor to be nominated to serve on the vestry for Good Shepherd. While I have not served our church in any official role, my wife and I have enjoyed volunteering for several events including Summerfest, Art, Blue and Q, and First Tuesday dinners.  I grew up as a member of Tirzah Presbyterian (USA) where my grandfather was a minister. The church was a large part of my life growing up allowing me to closely observe various church responsibilities. I attended Clemson University, graduating with a degree in forestry and now serve as a consulting forester for Milliken Forestry Company. In 2012, my wife and I were wed at Trinity United Methodist where we attended occasionally. My wife and I joined Good Shepherd in 2017 after finally finding somewhere we feel at home. We are looking forward to be a part of the Good Shepherd’s future.



John Love 

John is a native of York County and was educated in the YorkJohn Love Public School system. After graduating from the University of South Carolina, John spent much of his adult life in Columbia. He was employed in the banking industry for his entire career. John returned to York in 2012. He was confirmed into The Church of the Good Shepherd in 2014. Since his return to York, John has been active in various volunteer opportunities.



Randy Neff

RandyNeff Randy has served as the Treasurer of Good Shepherd for several years.  A graduate and vocal supporter of The Ohio State University, Randy and his wife Jill moved to York in 1994 and have been members of Good Shepherd since that time.  He is recently retired from a German company located in a nearby community. In addition to his duties as Treasurer, Randy serves Good Shepherd as a Lay Eucharistic Minister, an Usher, and an Alms Recorder.





Michael WeinzierlMichael Weinzierl 2

Michael is originally from Minnetonka, Minnesota.  He and his wife Debbie live in the Clover area with their two daughters, Heidi and April.  This is Michael's first term on the Vestry, but he currently serves as a Lector and Usher; both Heidi and April serve as Acolytes.



Meade Wilson, Senior Warden

Meade iMeade Wilson 2s a cradle Episcopalian and is married to another cradle Episcopalian.  He is just retired as a realtor in North and South Carolina region.  His service to the Diocese and to Good Shepherd has been wide-ranging -- Diocesan Executive Council member, Co-Chair of the Commission on Congregations, Bishop's Discernment Committee, Diocesan Committee on Real Estate and Insurance, Sunday school teacher, Men's Group leader, Search Committee member, Lector, and Lay Eucharistic Minister.  Meade and his wife Barbara, have two grown children and three grandsons.


Selina Woodard

Selina wSelina Woodardas christened at Grace Episcopal church in Jamaica, New York, and as a youth served God in the Junior Choir, as a Camp Counselor, and as a Sunday School Assistant.  As an adult, she continued to sing in the Chancellor Choir and sat on the Audio Visual and Finance committees. She was employed as a government IT Specialist, and owned an Independent Consultant company providing IT services for local governments and small businesses.  She also volunteered as a certified EMT-B for the Hempstead Fire department.  Since moving to South Carolina, she has participated in Summerfest at Good Shepherd, gone on a Mexican mission trip, helped at the Soup Kitchen at Wesley Methodist.  She is a Lector and a member of the Ora et Labora ministry, volunteered at a Charlotte HUD Restoration, and delivers meals through the York County Center for the Aging.






BarbaracroppedBarbara Wilson, Parish Coordinator

Barbara has worked as an Executive Assistant in many venues over her career from corporate entities to public and private schools and several universities. Barbara and her husband moved to York in 1994 and have attended Good Shepherd since that time.  Her in-laws were members of the church since 1977, so she attended services before ever moving here.  She began serving Good Shepherd in 2010 as the Parish Coordinator.




Lilly Landstreet Duncan, Faith Community Nurse

Lilly is a Registered Nurse serving our Parish as an FCN who conducts health education seminars, assists with Parish wellness checks and make in-home calls as needed.  She does not function as a replacement for one's doctors, but in conjunction with them.  Lilly has been in the nursing for many years, most recently as a Hospice nurse.



Hazel Somerville, Music CoordinatorHazel B Somerville

Hazel has a vast wealth of experience as both and an organist and choir director across the country.  She is well respected by her peers and by the members of Good Shepherd and its choir.  We are blessed to have her hand and her joy in this position.



The Church of the Good Shepherd

P. O. Box 437

York, South Carolina   29745

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