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We want to thank Mike Pavese for his many, dedicated years of service as a Trustee of our parish, and we welcome Jeannemarie Baker and Kevin Erensen as our new Trustee duo.  They serve a one-year renewable term as members of our Parish Corporation,* along with Bishop Frank Caggiano, Monsignor Thomas Powers and Rev. William Platt.  We wish them well and thank them for their service to our parish!

About Our Team:

JM BakerJeannemarie Baker is a long-time parishioner and a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner.  She trained at Columbia University School of Nursing where she later taught in the Graduate School of Nursing for 12 years.  She managed a private practice in Greenwich, and later founded St. Paul’s Center of New York, serving individuals with chronic mental illness at risk for homelessness, incarceration and needless hospitalizations.  She ran the Center for 10 years.  Jeannemarie has served on many civic boards and was awarded Columbia University’s Nursing Humanitarian Award in 2018.  She was also granted the Norman Vincent Peale Award in 2013 by the Blanton-Peale Institute.  She lives in Riverside with her husband Bill.  Jeannemarie thanks Mike Pavese for his many years of service as a Trustee and welcomes Kevin to the team.

 

Kevin ErensenKevin Erensen has been a parishioner of St. Agnes since his family moved to Greenwich in 1974, where his parents and most of his six siblings continue to live.  He has spent his adult life operating White Birch Builders, LLC, a construction firm he founded in 1994.  Until recently, he served 15 years as President of the Sound Beach Volunteer Services Foundation.

Kevin resides in Old Greenwich with his wife Christine and two girls, Sierra and Isabella.  He can be found on the water any chance he has.  He is honored to serve as Trustee and hopes to help our newly merged parish any way he can.

*CLICK HERE to learn about our Parish Corporation.