The Brotherhood of Saint Gregory

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The Brothers

Richard Thomas Biernacki

Richard Thomas Biernacki is Founder and Minister General of the Brotherhood. He serves as Organist-Choirmaster at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, South River, New Jersey, and is a member of Christ Episcopal Church, Shrewsbury. He is an honorary canon of the Diocese of Honduras and a former President of the Monmouth County Branch of The English Speaking Union, USA, and is a member and recording secretary of the Garden Club of Fair Haven, New Jersey. He is a Knight in the Sovereign Military Order of the Temple of Jerusalem.

John Nidecker

John Nidecker (Born March 30, 1913; Professed November 22, 1976; Died June 20, 1988), a retired White House staffer, was a tireless servant in the church and the Brotherhood. He was formative in the creation of the Vestment Exchange, The Servant, and in the educational program of the community. He served at Saint Anne’ s, Damascus, Maryland.

James Teets

James Teets is the Brotherhood’s Treasurer and Director of Public Relations and also serves as Master of Ceremonies. He made his First Profession of Vows in 1977. He assists at The Church of the Advent, Baltimore. He previously served for almost two decades as Deputy Inspector of Elections for the Diocese of New York. He is an honorary canon of the Dioceses of Honduras and Liberia, an Officer of the Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of Saint John of Jerusalem, and member of the Board of Managers of the Bible and Common Prayer Book Society of The Episcopal Church. After serving for almost 24 years at the Episcopal Church Center in New York City on the staffs of three Presiding Bishops, he retired at the end of 2009. His career was in the field of missiology.

Luke Anthony Nowicki

Luke Anthony Nowicki is a member of Mount Calvary Episcopal Church, Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, where he serves as a Eucharistic Minister and sometimes leads Quiet Days, assists with Tuesday Evening Prayer and at times leads Bible Study.

John Peter Clark

John Peter Clark (Born March 28, 1950; Professed September 13, 1981; Died February 25 1994) served the Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine in New York City for many years as verger. He was employed as a social worker for the City of New York.

William Francis Jones

William Francis Jones co-founded and served as first “Guardian” of Fessenden House in 1995, and he is part of the residential staff there. Now semi-retired, he is the compiler for the Morehouse liturgical calendars.  He is a member of the Church of Saint Mary the Virgin, New York City.

Thomas Joseph Ross

Thomas Joseph Ross (Born July 5, 1943; Professed January 2, 1982; Died December 18, 2001) served as Minister Provincial of Province 5, as a Deacon in the Diocese of Southern Ohio, and as an accounting officer for Christ Church Cathedral, Cincinnati.

Tobias Stanislas Haller

Tobias Stanislas Haller retired as Vicar of Saint James Fordham, the Bronx after 16 years in that cure. He is an Associate at Church of the Advent, Baltimore, and provides supply in the Diocese of Maryland. He is an Officer of The Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of Saint John of Jerusalem, has served as a Deputy to five sessions of General Convention, and was a member of the Task Force for the Study of Marriage and chair of the Study Committee on Polity. He serves the Brotherhood as Publications Coordinator and as the Religion and Culture Book Review Editor for the Anglican Theological Review. Also an iconographer, composer, and writer, his book, Reasonable and Holy, was published in March 2009 by Seabury Books, and his revision of The Episcopal Handbook was published by Church Publishing in 2015. He served on the Anglican Communion’s Continuing Indaba and Mutual Listening Process Reference Group from 2008-2013.

William Bunting

William Bunting (Born March 25, 1931; Professed September 12, 1982; Died October 12, 1988) was a long-time member of St. Andrew’s, the Bronx. He served as the Minister Provincial for Province 2. He was a career employee at Saks Fifth Avenue.

Edward Munro

Edward Munro, Minister Provincial for Province 3, retired at the end of 2004 from his service as Episcopal Port Chaplain in Baltimore, Maryland. He serves as Deacon at Saint Philip’s in Annapolis, Maryland, as a Jubilee Ministry Site Visitor, and on the Steering Committee of Interfaith Worker Justice of Maryland.

Charles Kramer

Charles Kramer (Born May 25, 1935; Professed September 16, 1984; Died October 23, 2006) was first linked with the Brotherhood as a Companion (Associate) and later entered the community as a brother. Charles retired from a finance career in the mid-90’s and devoted his retirement to a variety of interests including parish work at Saint Matthew’s, Woodhaven, Long Island, and leadership in the fraternity of the Masons.

Bernard Fessenden

Bernard Fessenden (Born November 12, 1946; Professed March 9, 1985; Died August 10, 1993) is remembered in the ongoing work of Fessenden Recovery Ministry, a residential facility for men in recovery. He served at the Church of Saint John the Evangelist, Bowdoin Street, Boston.

Donovan Aidan Bowley

Donovan Aidan Bowley, following a career in teaching and environmental protection, retired to rural Maine, where his family settled in 1745. There, he is an active member of Saint Thomas, Camden. He is a co-mentor there in the Education for Ministry (EfM) seminar, a Vestry member, sings in the choir, and engages in intercessory prayer. In retirement, his avocation in historical studies and genealogy has become a profession, and he is working on papers about the early settlement and exploration of midcoast Maine. He is an archivist and an officer in both Hope and Appleton Historical Societies there, and has compiled information leading to the listing of Appleton’s 1848 Meetinghouse on the National Register of Historical Places.

Edward Riley

Edward Riley (Born March 5, 1940; Professed March 12, 1988; Died September 15, 2005) was the first priest to join the Brotherhood of Saint Gregory. He served in Europe and the Diocese of Chicago, and as a member of the Brotherhood Council and as Director of Education. After retiring from parish ministry he continued to work as a pastoral counselor.

Christopher Stephen Jenks

Christopher Stephen Jenks is the Executive Director of Fessenden House, a group home in Yonkers, New York, for men in recovery from severe drug and alcohol addiction who are also dealing with severe medical problems and/or psychiatric disorders. He serves at Christ Church, Bronxville.

Ciarán Anthony DellaFera

Ciarán Anthony DellaFera is a family medicine physician and the Assistant Director of Medical Information Systems at Greater Lawrence Family Health Center, in Lawrence, Massachusetts. Ciarán specializes in full-spectrum family medicine for urban under-served populations with a special interest in LGBTQ medicine and is a member of the World Professional Association for Transgender Health. Ciarán is a former IBM Distinguished Engineer, a member of the IBM Academy of Technology, and serves as a technology tactic team leader for Family Medicine for America's Health. He lives in Cambridge, and worships and serves at the altar at Church of the Advent, Boston.

Damian-Curtis Kellum

Damian-Curtis Kellum (Born August 25, 1932; Professed August 4, 1990; Died October 9, 2007) served as Court Appointed Special Advocate for abused and neglected children (CASA) for the 20th Judicial Circuit in Arkansas, and on the board of directors of Dove House, a woman’s shelter, on the Hot Line and as liaison to the Department of Human Services.

Richard John Lorino

Richard John Lorino is a Board Certified Chaplain and Director of The Department of Pastoral Care at White Plains Hospital, White Plains, New York. In addition, he supervises a Clinical Pastoral Training program for Vocational Deacon candidates in the Episcopal Diocese of New York. After 25 years of ministry as Organist and Choirmaster at Saint John’s, South Salem, New York, he retired at the end of 2015. In 1995, while Coordinator of Pastoral Care at the AIDS Care Center of Westchester Medical Center, Valhalla, New York, he founded Fessenden House in Yonkers. For several years, Fessenden House provided housing and a caring environment for men living with HIV/AIDS. Fessenden House, while still a Gregorian ministry, now provides housing for men in recovery. Richard John serves as one of two of the Minister General’s appointees to the Council of the Brotherhood.

Ronald Augustine Fox

Ronald Augustine Fox is the Director of Vocations for the Brotherhood. He serves as senior Master of Ceremonies and liturgical coordinator at Church of the Atonement, Chicago. He is the Assistant to the President of Bexley Hall/Seabury Western Theological Seminary Federation, with campuses in Chicago and Columbus, Ohio.

Maurice John Grove

Maurice John Grove retired from a long career in sales and hospitality and now lives in the Philippines, where he assists the local village community in small-scale economic development. He is active with the church and helps spread the Gregorian Way in the South Pacific.

Virgilio Fortuna

Virgilio Fortuna serves as Deacon at Saint Peter’s, South Dartmouth, Massachusetts. He works at Brockton Hospital as a Nursing Assistant in the outpatient department, which provides free clinical care to people unable to afford a doctor.

Gordon John Stanley

Gordon John Stanley, after serving 45 years in the Diocese of Chicago, including 25 years as Deacon at St. Peter’s, Chicago, retired in 2015. His ministry included the Evanston Children’s Center, The Night Ministry, and Interfaith House. Still in demand as a preacher and Lenten retreat leader, he’s assigned to Church of the Ascension, Chicago. While living part-time in Sarasota, Florida, Gordon assists Share! Shopper Day for Camino de Fe’s Mission and Sarasota CROP Hunger Walk.

Karekin Madteos Yarian

Karekin Madteos Yarian lives in San Francisco, providing a ministry of spiritual direction to local clergy and laity across a variety of denominations. He is an author, poet, and social activist in addition to his involvement in Sacred Space SF, an outreach ministry in the Castro’s LGBT* community. He also works for San Francisco Night Ministry, and is the Brother Protector for a religious community in formation — The Companions of Dorothy the Worker — an ecumenical order founded to serve the queer community, and named for Dorothy Day. His book In Love and Service Bound chronicles the first forty years of the Brotherhood. His parish is Saint John the Evangelist, where he is an occasional preacher. He lives with his husband, Anthony, and their two dogs, and is the subject of the award-winning documentary film Changing Habits directed by Sarah Needham. He is known on social media as PunkMonk, San Francisco.

William David Everett

William David Everett lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and attends St. Peter’s, Central Square. He is the Director of the Guild of Boston Artists.

Thomas Bushnell

Thomas Bushnell is a member of Saint Mark’s in Glendale, California, and a recipient of the PhD in philosophy from UC Irvine. He works as a software engineer for Google, and serves as the Brotherhood’s Secretary.

Patrick Ignatius Dickson

Patrick Ignatius Dickson (Born March 17, 1938; Professed July 23, 1999; Died July 20, 2005) served until his death at Fessenden House, a group home in Yonkers, New York, for men in recovery from severe drug and alcohol addiction. He served at Saint John’ s, Getty Square, Yonkers.

Robert James McLaughlin

Robert James McLaughlin serves at Saint Mark’s, Philadelphia, as subdeacon, master of ceremonies, thurifer, crucifer and acolyte, and he schedules servers at all masses and other services. Robert James serves the Brotherhood as Administrator for the community’s convocations.

Peter Budde

Peter Budde divides his year between Texas (November - April) where he and his wife, Betty, attend St. Joseph’s in Salado; and Stillmarsh Cottage in northern Wisconsin (May - October) attending St. Francis in Eagle River. In Wisconsin, Pete leads a lectionary bible study group, is a lector, and preaches and volunteers with Caritas, an emergency support organization. In Texas, he leads a lectionary bible study group and is looking forward to participating in a theological round table group in a local micro brewery. In the Brotherhood, Pete serves the community as Minister Provincial of Province 7, member of the Education Committee, board member of the Nidecker Education Fund, board member of the BSG Benevolence Trust, Minister General’s Chaplain, crucifer, mentor, and member of the Schola.

John Henry Ernestine

John Henry Ernestine is the Brotherhood’s Minister Provincial for Province 2, Head Sacristan, and serves on the Education & Retention Policy Planning Committees. He is currently a student at Providence Theological School, where he is completing a Degree in Theology. John Henry is a member of Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in South River, New Jersey, where he serves as homilist and often leads quiet days

Francis Sebastian Medina

Francis Sebastian Medina serves as Director of Postulants and Novices for the Brotherhood. He is a member of Saint John the Evangelist, San Francisco, where he serves as Subdeacon, Acolyte, Eucharistic Minister and Healing Minister.

Ælred Bernard Dean

Ælred Bernard Dean is a transitional Deacon in the Diocese of Atlanta. Having recently completed his MDiv at the Sewanee School of Theology at the University of the South, he continues to serve the university as a trustee. Following his ordination to the priesthood, he is preparing to begin parish ministry in the Diocese of Lexington as priest-in-charge at St. Mary’s in Middlesboro, Kentucky. He writes theological articles on the intersection of Christianity and social justice for Hospitality, a publication of the Catholic Worker through the Open Door Community in Atlanta. He is married to Dr. James M. Elledge; and in Atlanta, they have two puggles (Lola and Ronnie).

Joseph Basil Gauss

Joseph Basil Gauss is a Registered Nurse working as Clinical Coordinator of the Telemetry/Stroke Nursing Unit at Northshore University HealthSystem – Skokie Hospital in Skokie, Illinois. He co-chairs the Parish Health Outreach at the Church of the Atonement, Chicago, as well as serves liturgically and sings in the choir. He is one of two Minister General’s Representatives to the Brotherhood’s Council and serves as Convocation Infirmarian.

Mark Andrew Jones

Mark Andrew Jones is Rector of Saint Nicholas Church in Pompano Beach, Florida, part of the Diocese of Southeast Florida. At the diocesan level, Mark Andrew is an elected member of the Disciplinary Board and also serves on the Clergy/Lay Insurance, Compensation, and Constitution & Canons Committees. In the community, he is a volunteer chaplain for the Boward Sheriff’s Office, one of fifteen, and the only Episcopal priest. Mark Andrew is also an attorney licensed to practice law in Florida and Illinois, and he is a Florida Supreme Court Certified Appellate, County, and Family Mediator. He and his spouse, Diane, selectively accept private consulting engagements for alternative dispute resolutions services, employment investigations and assessments, management consulting, coaching, and training.

Richard Matthias

Richard Matthias, a retired LTC in the U.S. Army, lives in Louisville, New York, at River Respite Benedictory — a pastoral retreat center on an island in the Saint Lawrence River — with his wife Nancy, a retired Lutheran pastor. Richard is a member of Trinity Anglican Church in Cornwall, Ontario, where he serves as a worship assistant, Eucharistic Minister, and a pastoral caregiver at Cornwall Hospital. In his community, Richard helps at the Louisville Food Bank, serves as Quartermaster of his VFW Post, and is an active member of the Louisville Volunteer Fire Department, where he serves as Captain of the Fire Police and Chaplain. Richard also serves as the Brotherhood’s Convocation Cellarer.

William Henry Benefield

William Henry Benefield is Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio and a Clinical Psychopharmacologist. He is an Officer of the The Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem and a member of the Church of the Atonement, Chicago.

Nathanael Deward Rahm

Nathanael Deward Rahm is currently a free-lance church musician and composer living in Chicago, having served parishes in that area for 30 years. He has also served on the Diocese of Chicago’s Treble Festival Committee, and on the steering committee for the Leadership Program for Church Musicians Serving Small Congregations (LPM). He is the Brotherhood’s Minister Provincial for Province 5, the Director of Convocation Liturgy and Music, and one of the community’s organists.

Thomas Lawrence Greer

Thomas Lawrence Greer is Minister Provincial for Province 4. A lifelong native of Nashville, he is a Registered Nurse serving as a nursing instructor in the Tennessee College of Applied Technology, Nashville’s practical nursing program, one of the largest such programs in the region. He teaches fundamentals, medical-surgical nursing, and conducts clinical rotations for the student in the adult medical-surgical populations. Thomas Lawrence also works in the Access Center at the Vanderbilt Heart and Vascular Institute as an access coordinator. He is currently working on a certification as a legal nurse consultant through the Vickie Millazo Institute. He will begin the MSN in Nursing Education through Excelsior College in the spring of 2017. He is a member of Phi Theta Kappa and the American Nurses Association. His parish is Saint Ann’s, Nashville, where he serves as acolyte, chalice bearer, and most recently became co-chair of the Altar Guild. In winter, he continues to serve at Room in the Inn, a city-wide shared ecumenical ministry for recovering individuals.

Enoch John Valentine

Enoch John Valentine is eucharistic visitor and acolyte at Saint Luke’s in Pawtucket, Rhode Island. In addition, he is Organist and Choir Director at Saint Francis Xavier Roman Catholic Church, East Providence, and long-time Organist at Swan Point Cemetery, Providence. He is Minister Provincial of Province 1.

Ron Fender

Ron Fender (Born: October 1, 1954; Professed: August 26, 2006; Died: January 29, 2016), the “Saint of Chattanooga,” had a long history of serving the homeless community in ministries of foot care, end of life care, and outreach. A native of Asheville, North Carolina, Ron shared Appalacian lore as a gifted storyteller, great talent as an actor, and his love of the Gospel as a prophetic preacher.

Michael Elliott

Michael Elliott (Born February 27, 1938; Professed July 26, 2008; Died February 8, 2012) served the Church around the world in ministry positions in New Zealand, USA, England, Jersualem, Wales and Australia.  As a priest in the Anglican Church of Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia and later a Canon in the Church in Wales, Michael served in a variety of parish, cathedral, chaplaincy, social change advocacy and university teaching ministries internationally.  For the last twenty years of his life he travelled extensively throughout Europe, Asia, the Americas and Australasia as a teacher of Practical and Applied Theology and as a consultant for the design, development and delivery of theological education programs.  He retired to New Zealand in 2009 and continued to teach in the Newcastle School of Theology for Ministry in Australia until a few months before his death.

David Luke Henton

David Luke Henton is Clinical Assistant Professor and Field Director for the School of Social Work at Texas State University. He is a Lay Reader, Eucharistic Visitor, and member of the Pastoral Care Committee at St. James’, Austin, and serves as Director of Education for the Brotherhood. A spiritual director, he also maintains a seasonal ministry of hospitality at St. Brigid’s Rest, a place of respite, reflection, and rejuvenation for the nurture and restoration of body, soul, mind and spirit in Cloudcroft, New Mexico, where he serves seasonally at Church of the Ascension.

David John Battrick

David John Battrick is married to Luisa and has four young sons: Isaac, Malachi, Joshua, and Nahum; and a daughter: Annabel. David John studied in Oxford, England, was ordained as a priest in the Anglican Diocese of Perth, Western Australia, and currently serves as Archdeacon for Maitland and Rector of the Parish of East Maitland in the Anglican Diocese of Newcastle, New South Wales (Australia). Before his current ministry appointment, he was a member of the Bishop’s Ministry Team serving as the Diocesan Ministry Development Officer and the founding Director of the Newcastle School of Theology for Ministry. David John is a Canon of Christ Church Cathedral, a member of the Diocesan Council, Clergy Emoluments Board, and the Parish Incumbency Board. He serves on the Children, Education and Youth Board of the Diocese, is a member of the Council of Bishop Tyrrell Anglican College, and is one of the Bishop’s Examining Chaplains. He serves the national church as a Director of the Anglican Board of Mission.

Bo Alexander Armstrong

Bo Alexander Armstrong is a communicant at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church and also serves at Southside Abbey, an Episcopal mission in Chattanooga, Tennessee. He is married to Lynn and has two sons, Christopher and Devon. He is also the very proud grandfather of Adelaide. He works as an IT professional in the Chattanooga area. He serves as one of two Chapter’s elected representatives on Council.

Francis Jonathan Bullock

Francis Jonathan Bullock attends All Saints Episcopal Church, Indianapolis, where he serves as an acolyte.  He is a social worker (MSW, 2012, Indiana University) at Hillcroft Services, a non-profit agency serving adults with intellectual disabilities and severe chronic mental illness.  His spouse is an ordained minister currently serving as the lead pastor at a local Quaker Meeting. Br. Francis Jonathan continues the ancient monastic traditions of brewing beer (which he often brings to the Brotherhood’s gatherings) and heads the communion bread guild for his parish. Other hobbies include reading, counted cross stitch, cooking, baking, and gardening.

James Patrick Hall

James Patrick Hall recently moved to Denver to attend Regis University pursuing a degree in Peace and Social Justice. He serves at St. Francis Center, working with Denver’s poor and homeless and assists at Common Cathedral, Longmont, Colorado. Br. James attends St. Andrew’s, Denver, and is settling into a new life in a new city.

Richard Edward Helmer

Richard Edward Helmer is Minister Provincial for Province 8. Rector of Church of Our Saviour, Mill Valley, California, he also has recently served the Diocese of California and the wider church as president of the diocesan Standing Committee, as a deputy to General Convention, and as Secretary of the House of Deputies Resolutions Review Committee. He has written for Episcopal Café, serves as the Brotherhood’s Webmaster, and develops the BSG Daily Office App. A classical pianist, Richard Edward performs and accompanies regularly in recitals around the San Francisco Bay Area. He and his wife, Hiroko, and their children, Daniel and Mari, enjoy road trips together along the California Coast and visiting friends and family as far flung as Okayama, Japan, and Arkansas.

Eric Shelley

Eric Shelley is a member of Christ Episcopal Church, Roanoke, Virginia. He works as a Registered Nurse for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

Larry Walter Reich

Larry Walter Reich serves as head verger and eucharistic minister in Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church, Chattanooga, Tennessee. He is an Education for Ministry (EFM) graduate, and advocates for victims of violent crime. He currently works for Ruby Falls in Chattanooga.

Max Steele

Novice Max Steele lives in Chattanooga, Tennessee, with his soulmate of 23 years, Sonya, and their eight-year-old son, Samuel. Max is a member of St. Paul’s, Chattanooga, where he ministers as church librarian and sings baritone in the Senior Choir. He also attends Southside Abbey, serving on the council as treasurer and is in his third year of EfM (Education for Ministry). As a Desert Storm veteran and former U.S. Army Field Artilleryman, he is also an active member of several veterans’ organizations. Max enjoys playing classical piano.

Scott Michael Pomerenk

Novice Scott Michael Pomerenk worships at St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Denver, Colorado, and at Grace Cathedral in San Francisco, California, serving as a Eucharistic minister, acolyte, lector, Cathedral docent, and delegate to diocesan conventions. He was an Alternate Deputy to the 77th and 78th General Conventions, and has served in several governance roles in the Diocese of California. He writes and directs short Surrealist films and lives in Denver with his wife, Erica.

Michael Julian Piper

Novice Michael Julian Piper worships at St. Timothy’s in West Des Moines, Iowa, where he sings in the choir. He is also an Education for Ministry (EfM) student. A near-native speaker of Spanish, Michael lived and worked in Mexico for many years as a Bible translator. He enjoys contemplating the works of Sts. Teresa of Avila and John of the Cross in the original Spanish, praying the psalms through plainsong chant, and playing the classical/flamenco guitar. Michael lives in Johnston, Iowa, with his “bilingual” cats, Juan Carlos and Chiquita.

Angel Gabriel Roque

Novice Angel Gabriel Roque is associate verger at his home parish of St. Mary Magdalene in Coral Springs, Florida, and is also one the founders of the fastest-growing Hispanic ministries in the Diocese of Southeast Florida. Angel also holds the office of vice-president for the R. K. Rolason Convocation of Vergers of his diocese, where he serves as a mentor, trainer, and advisor to fellow vergers. He is an active member of the Cursillo movement in his diocese. Angel serves with the homeless community in Fort Lauderdale, where he resides with his husband Darwin Pitts. He enjoys cooking, painting, drawing, and reading.

David Benedict Hedges

Novice David Benedict Hedges is Rector of Saint Peter’s in Sycamore, Illinois. He has served the Diocese of Chicago as a member of the Diocesan Council, as a Trustee, on the board of Grace Place Campus Ministry at Northern Illinois University, and as a Deputy to the 78th General Convention. He is married to Carly Flagg, a sign language interpreter, and they have a daughter, Zoe. Dave enjoys letter-writing and postal ephemera, and long road trips.

Alphabetical


Bo Alexander Armstrong

David John Battrick

William Henry Benefield

Richard Thomas Biernacki

Donovan Aidan Bowley

Peter Budde

Francis Jonathan Bullock

William Bunting

Thomas Bushnell

John Peter Clark

Ælred Bernard Dean

Ciarán Anthony DellaFera

Patrick Ignatius Dickson

Michael Elliott

John Henry Ernestine

William David Everett

Ron Fender

Bernard Fessenden

Virgilio Fortuna

Ronald Augustine Fox

Russell Gallagher

Javier Garcia

Joseph Basil Gauss

Thomas Lawrence Greer

Maurice John Grove

James Patrick Hall

Tobias Stanislas Haller

David Benedict Hedges

Richard Edward Helmer

David Luke Henton

Christopher Stephen Jenks

Mark Andrew Jones

William Francis Jones

Damian-Curtis Kellum

Charles Kramer

Richard John Lorino

Tommy Mandri

Richard Matthias

Robert James McLaughlin

Francis Sebastian Medina

Edward Munro

John Nidecker

Luke Anthony Nowicki

James Petersen

Michael Julian Piper

Scott Michael Pomerenk

Nathanael Deward Rahm

Larry Walter Reich

Edward Riley

Angel Gabriel Roque

Thomas Joseph Ross

Eric Shelley

Gordon John Stanley

Max Steele

James Teets

Enoch John Valentine

Karekin Madteos Yarian


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