Say hello to the leadership team at St. Andrews Dunedin
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Laurent Ramambason came to St. Andrews in 2010 with his wife, Diamondra. Pastor Laurent has two doctorates and serves primarily as our visitation pastor when he is not traveling to serve as president of a seminary in his home country of Madagascar.
Joe Mackin began serving as the Dunedin campus Group Life Coordinator in January 2019. He is also the VP of Dunedin Cares Food Pantry. His interests include serving people, reading, some golf and community involvement.
“Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding. In all your ways submit to him, and he well make your paths straight.” Proverbs 3:5-6
Erin Iosa has been St. Andrews’ resident millennial since 2014. Aside from raising her three daughters with her husband Jeff, she likes cat gifs, silently correcting people’s grammar, and naps.
Amanda Bowman joined St. Andrews as the Children’s Minister in 2016. Amanda is married to her best friend and husband Mike.
Joy Ames came to St. Andrews in October 2018. She has a background in the Montessori style of teaching and enjoys using her gifts of art, music, and education to reach the hearts of preschoolers.
Janice Wisinski came to St. Andrews as the Traditional Worship Minister in 2014. Janice loves music, reading, swimming, biking, and ping pong.
Mark Hunter began serving as organist at St Andrews in 2018. He is a Professor of Humanities at St. Petersburg College where he has taught for 30+ years. Mark is married to Jennifer.
Trish Pelletier has served St. Andrews since 2013 and joined staff in 2018. She enjoys learning (MDiv, MBA, MS Education) and sharing what she has learned.
Ron Roberson joined St. Andrews in 2007 and he joined the staff in 2018. He is retired from 45 years in the environmental field. His interests include Bible study, classic cars and writing.
Ron Marston began serving as Office Manager of Dunedin and New Port Richey campuses in 2016. He is also a Commissioned Pastor. He is married to his wife of 25+ years, Sandi.
Barbara Cooper began serving as financial secretary in 2010. She has two children, five grand children, and three great grandchildren. She enjoys spending time with her family, cooking, and serving on the Dunedin Youth Guild.