The nominees for the class of 2021 are, in alphabetical order:
Greetings St. Timothy’s family! My name is Adrienne Beauchamp. St. Timothy’s has been a part of my life for a long time. I was born and raised in this church. As a teenager I gladly served as an acolyte, now known as the Order of Alcuin. After getting married, my husband William and I attended the Methodist church. After several years the lack of receiving the Holy Eucharist was a large void, and we decided to come back to the Episcopal church. Since coming back to St. Timothy’s, I have served at the Altar, was actively involved in the former Abraham Project, served on vestry and was elected Junior Warden. I currently lead a small group on Sundays and volunteer in our homeless shelter. My family and I love St. Tim’s. It has provided us with a transformative influence with a life centered around Jesus Christ. I am excited about strengthening her future in order to share our faith with many others. I am a graduate of Appalachian State University. I have worked at Monkee’s Franchising for eight years as the Operations Manager and Business Analyst. My husband William and I have been married for 20 years. We have two wonderful children Will (18) and Maggie (13). We enjoy spending time on High Rock Lake, traveling and watching our kids compete in sports.
Catherine Craig is a recent transplant to Winston-Salem, relocating in 2015 after 20 years in Houston, TX. Originally from the Rock Hill, SC area, Catherine is an Army brat and moved many times in her life throughout the US and Europe. She has a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing from the University of Virginia (’86) and a Master of Public Health from the University of Texas Health Science Center – Houston (’99). She has worked in a variety of nursing and administrative positions for 30+ years, in clinical research, hospital administration and consulting, and hospice nursing. She is a retired CDR in the US Navy. She currently works as a home-based project manager for a clinical research company, managing oncology clinical trials. She is passionate about health and wellness, cooking, gardening, long walks and pets.
Catherine was raised in a Lutheran family, baptized at Grace Lutheran Church in Rock Hill, SC and confirmed at the American Lutheran Church in Frankfurt, Germany. Although her faith has been a constant in her life, due to her and her family’s many moves, she has attended a variety of Lutheran, Anglican, Episcopal, and military based non-denominational churches. She began attending St. Timothy’s in November 2015 and finally found her church home, officially joining in September 2018. She attends the 11 am service with a true love of all the smells and bells, and especially the music. She actively volunteers with the shelter, Wed night dinner, the flower guild, and women’s activities like funeral reception support. She would be honored to bring her administrative and leadership skills, commitment to St Timothy’s and the Christian faith to service on the vestry.
Dr. Robert Faub is currently Director of the Jazz Ensemble and Instructor of Saxophone, Composition, and a variety of Gen Ed classes at High Point University. He is also Golf Operations Manager at Precision Golf School in Greensboro. Bob is husband to Paula and father to Eleanor. The Faubs have been at St. Timothy’s for almost three years and are deeply grateful for the Christ-centered community and the worship through music, liturgy, community and biblical teaching.
My husband Richard and I have been members of St. Timothy’s for over 10 years and I currently serve on the Flower Guild, volunteer for the Overflow Shelter and head up the Grace Dinner Supper Groups. We have one daughter, Selby, who lives in Boone, NC, where you can find us every football Saturday cheering the Appalachian State University Mountaineers on to victory! I am a Practice Administrator for a General Surgery group in Hickory, North Carolina. I was raised in the Methodist Church but went through confirmation in the Episcopal Church prior to our marriage in 1983. Due to Richard’s job, we moved a lot and have been members of 7 different Episcopal churches. I have never been a member of a church that witnesses the love of Christ to its communities’ most vulnerable the way that we do at St. Timothy’s. I am always eager to spread our good news with everyone I meet! We love Saint Timothy’s and remain devoted to its mission of Adoration, Formation, and Transformation.
I would be proud to serve as a Vestry member of Saint Timothy’s as we grow together as one family in our spirit and abiding love in Jesus Christ.
I am married to Jimmy, and have three children, Grace (21), Margaret(19) , and Andy (18). All three of my children have grown up at St. Timothy’s and I’m proud of the influence this parish has had on them. I have been a long-time member of St. Timothy’s, and I believe in the strength and heart of this parish and that it will last for generations to come. St. Timothy’s, as do all churches, face many challenges for the future. Having a voice in facing those challenges and in forming solutions is a welcome opportunity.
Serving this parish is an honor and a privilege for me . In the past year I have served on the Altar Guild and as Clerk of the Vestry, as well as the Invite, Welcome, & Connect Committee. I am also co-chair of the Capital Campaign Committee and Chair of the Campus Vision Committee. In the past I have served on the Vestry, Finance Commission, and the former Children’s Commission. I am also privileged to serve at the altar, both on Sunday mornings and at the Daily Mass. I am in my third year serving as a Site Coordinator for our homeless shelter. St. Timothy’s is a truly wonderful place where you can see the Holy Spirit at work in its people. I view opportunities to serve Our Lord as a way to go deeper into my faith, whether it be in a committee meeting or at the altar, and I welcome those opportunities wherever they arise.
I am not some generic guy, but a bona fide Guy by birth. I was born in Miami (or thereabouts) and raised Roman Catholic, including 12 years of Catholic school. I discovered St. Timothy's and the Episcopal Church sometime after moving to the Twin Cities from Atlanta (or thereabouts) in 1992. I have been married these past 35 years to my wife Vicki and we have raised 2 boys, Gary and John, who are members of St. Timothy's Acolyte Hall of Fame.
I am truly fortunate and honored to serve as a LEM and lector, mostly at the 7:30 service. Aside from having enjoyed my years as a member of our parish, I feel that I have benefited and grown due to my association with this church and being open (I hope) to the lessons it continually makes available to me.
Serving on the vestry would be a new experience for me, perhaps another opportunity open to me by the church.Should I be selected, I will do my best to safeguard and promote the matters of the church.