Rev. Joshua Brommer
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Rev. Joshua Brommer
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Rev. Edward Keating
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Rev. Alfred P Sceski
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Very Rev. Neil S. Sullivan, VF, M.A. M.Div. KHS ’86
Father Neil Sullivan ’86, is the pastor of Saint Catherine Laboure Parish in Harrisburg. He received his priestly formation at Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary in Overbrook, Philadelphia where he earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Philosophy, a Master of Divinity degree, and a Master of Arts Degree in Pastoral Theology. He was ordained a priest in 1997 and has served in parishes in Lancaster, Camp Hill, Steelton, and Harrisburg as well as a high school chaplain. He served for ten years as the Director of the Diocesan Office of Worship during which time he did his graduate liturgical studies at the University of Notre Dame in South Bend. In addition to his parish responsibilities, Father Sullivan is the Director of Spiritual Formation for the Permanent Diaconate Formation Program of the Diocese of Harrisburg. He is member of both the College of Consultors and Presbyteral Council. He also is the Dean of the Dauphin Deanery and a member of the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre.
Dr. Michael Bosak ’84, P ’08
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Mr. Joseph Curcillo, P ’10,’14
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Mrs. Andrea M. Hartman ’81 Dietz, P ’04, ’07
Andrea attended Holy Name of Jesus School and graduated from McDevitt in 1981. She and her husband, Jeff, have two sons, Derek and Bret, who also graduated from McD in 2004 & 2007. Andrea earned her Masters of Science in Health Administration from the University of St. Francis, Joliet, IN. She began her career at Holy Spirit Hospital and is currently the Director of Clinical Operations at Urology of Central PA since 2006. She is a member of St. Margaret Mary Alacoque Parish and enjoys serving as an extraordinary minister. Andrea serves on the Board for the West Shore Chamber of Commerce and is a Healthcare & Education Committee Cabinet Co-chair for United Way of the Capital Region.
Mr. John Duggan ’81
John Duggan was born in Harrisburg, attended Saint Francis of Assisi grade school, and graduated from Bishop McDevitt High School in 1981. John’s parents and nine siblings are all graduates of Harrisburg Catholic/Bishop McDevitt High School. Mr. Duggan currently holds the position of Senior Vice President & Senior Counsel for Select Medical Corporation. He practices law in a broad spectrum of areas, including general corporate, acquisitions, healthcare, employment, insurance, risk management, litigation and regulatory matters. Mr. Duggan, a veteran, was an active duty commissioned officer in the United States Army from 1986 to 1990 (CPT, Ret.). He received his B.B.A. (Finance) from the University of Notre Dame, an M.B.A. (Strategic Planning and Marketing) from the University of Pittsburgh, and a Juris Doctor degree from The Pennsylvania State University of the Dickinson School of Law.
In addition to serving on the Bishop McDevitt Board, Mr. Duggan currently serves on the Finance Council, Building Committee and Capital Campaign Committee at Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish. He is also a Vice President on the Wildcat Foundation Board of Directors and a past president and current board member of the Notre Dame Club of Harrisburg. Mr. Duggan is married to Michelle Fastiggi Duggan. They live in Mechanicsburg with their three daughters and are members of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish.
Mr. Joshua Eisner ’09
Joshua Eisner was born in Harrisburg, attended Holy Name of Jesus grade school, and graduated from Bishop McDevitt High School in 2009. He attended the Pennsylvania State University where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science and a minor in Economics. Josh is currently earning his Master of Public Administration at the Pennsylvania State University – Capital Campus. Upon graduation, Josh joined Greenlee Partners, a government affairs firm, located in Harrisburg. Josh is currently a parishioner at the Cathedral Parish of Saint Patrick’s where he also serves as a Parish Council member.
Mrs. Sheilah Borne Fuller, ’85, P ’21, ’26
Sheilah Borne Fuller (’85) is the Associate Vice President of Government Health Relations for Penn State University representing Penn State Health. She began her work in the University’s Office of Government & Community Relations in May 2004. In her role, Sheilah represents Penn State Health’s legislative and regulatory health care interests on the local, state and federal levels before elected and appointed governmental bodies.
Prior to her tenure with Penn State Health, Sheilah was Assistant Director of the Office of Public Health Preparedness in the Pennsylvania Department of Health. Sheilah served as a senior appointee in both the Ridge and Schweiker gubernatorial administrations in the Department of Labor and Industry and the Office of Homeland Security for the Commonwealth respectively. Sheilah also served in the private sector as the Chief Operating Officer of the 521 Management Group.
Sheilah earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from Temple University and began her professional career as a congressional aid in Washington, DC serving for six years as a senior staff member to U.S. Congressman George W. Gekas.
Sheilah is the 2018 Chair of the Harrisburg Regional Chamber’s Board of Directors. She also serves on the Board of Directors of the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania Partnerships for Children, the Anstine Excellence in Public Service Series, Shalom House (a homeless shelter for women and children), and she is a member of the American Heart Association Capital Region’s Go Red for Women Executive Leadership Team. Sheilah previously served as a member on the St. Catherine Laboure School Board and is currently a member of the Parish Finance Council.
Sheilah was recently sworn in as the Mayor of Paxtang Borough in Dauphin County. She resides in Paxtang with her husband, Timothy Fuller (’84), and their two children Brigid, currently at freshman at Bishop McDevitt (’21), and Liam (’26), at St. Catherine Laboure.
Mr. Luke Kempski, P ’12, ’15
After graduating from St. Marks High School in Wilmington, Delaware, Luke Kempski attended Wilmington University where he earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communications. He moved to Harrisburg in 1989 and joined JPL as a video producer. He attended Penn State Harrisburg and earned a Master’s of Education Degree in Training and Development. Luke helped JPL grow into an integrated marketing, communications and learning solutions agency becoming the company’s president in 2004. Luke and his wife Susan have two children who have graduated from Bishop McDevitt, Grant (2011) and Tesia (2015). In addition to serving on the Bishop McDevitt Board, Luke serves on the Board of Family Design Resources and the Holy Name of Jesus Parish Council.
Mr. Edward Marsico, P ’13, ’16
Mr. Marsico serves as the District Attorney for Dauphin County, a position to which he was first elected in November 1999. He first joined the Dauphin County District Attorney’s Office in 1988. As the District Attorney for Dauphin County, Mr. Marsico supervises a staff of 26 attorneys, 23 support staff and 13 detectives. Previously an Assistant District Attorney, he handled many homicide and drug prosecutions. Mr. Marsico’s trial experience includes approximately 100 jury trials and countless appearances in non-jury proceedings. He is an adjunct professor at Widener University School of Law and Harrisburg Area Community College. Mr. Marsico received his B.A. from the University of Notre Dame in 1995, and his law degree from The Dickinson School of Law in 1988. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Dauphin County Victim/Witness Assistance Program, the Big 33, and Bishop McDevitt High School. Mr. Marsico is a member and past president of the Notre Dame Club of Harrisburg and past president of the Dauphin County Young Lawyers Division. He belongs to the Dauphin County and Pennsylvania Bar Associations. Mr. Marsico is the Legislative Director of the Pennsylvania District Attorneys Association, and is a former President of that association. He and his wife, Jodi, are the parents of four sons, Connor, Alexander, Owen, and Benjamin.
Mr. Michael Modica ’70, P ’06
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Deacon Rodrigue Mortel, M.D., P ’91, ’95
Deacon Rodrigue Mortel M.D. born and educated in Haiti, entered the United States in 1963. He served a rotating internship at Mercy Douglass hospital and a residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at The Hahnemann Medical College and hospital in Philadelphia. Subsequently, he received training in surgical oncology at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York before joining the Penn State College of Medicine and the Hershey Medical Center in 1972 as head of the Division of Gynecologic Oncology. He became Chairman of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology in 1983, a position he occupied for nearly 13 years before becoming Associate Dean in the College of Medicine and Founding Director of the Penn State University Cancer Center.
Dr. Mortel entered the Diaconate formation program in the Archdiocese of Baltimore in 1998 and was ordained permanent deacon for the Diocese of Gonaives, Haiti in July 2001. Six months later he retired from active practice of medicine and remains emeritus member of the College of Medicine. He is presently serving his diaconate ministry at St Joan of Arc parish in the Diocese of Harrisburg and Director of the Missions Office of the Archdiocese of Baltimore.
Mr. Bob Mrazik, P ’02, ’04, ’07, ’11
Bob Mrazik was born and raised in New Jersey. He attended Catholic elementary school and high school in the Trenton diocese. Bob graduated from Lebanon Valley College in 1979 with a B.S. in actuarial science. He and his wife, Sue, have lived in the Harrisburg area since 1983. Their four children are graduates of Bishop McDevitt High School. Bob is a partner and consulting actuary with Conrad Siegel Actuaries and serves on the Harrisburg Diocese Board of Education and the St. Margaret Mary Alacoque finance council. He volunteers with the United Way and is a member of the Colonial Park Rotary Club.
Ms. Lisa Wiedeman ’87
Lisa Wiedeman grew up in Steelton and currently resides in Derry Township, attended Bishop Neumann grade school and graduated from Bishop McDevitt High School in 1987. She completed her undergraduate work at Elizabethtown College (graduated in 1991), Majoring in Business Administration with a Concentration in Marketing and furthered her education at the Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science and became a Pennsylvania Licensed Funeral Director in 2007. In 2014, she received her Pennsylvania Life Insurance License.
Lisa is employed as a Funeral Director and Marketing Director with the family owned and operated Wiedeman Funeral Home, Inc.,Steelton and Fackler-Wiedeman Funeral Home, Harrisburg.
Lisa is currently a Board Member of the World Surgical Foundation, serves as Chairperson of the Pennsylvania Funeral Directors Association Annual Golf Classic (Benefits the Highmark Caring Place), member of the National Funeral Directors Association, Pennsylvania Funeral Directors Association, Dauphin County Funeral Directors Association. She is a member of Prince of Peace Roman Catholic Parish, Steelton and served 3 terms on the Church Advisory Council. She was the President of the former Steelton Business Association, served on Steelton Borough Council and also served on the Steelton Senior Center Advisory Committee. She was president of the Steelton Community Development Foundation and is a life member of the Steelton Volunteer Fire Department.
Lisa resides in Hummelstown with her son, Cooper.