Parish Staff

Fr. Kevin Duggan

Pastor

frkevin@olgseattle.org |
206-935-0358, ext.107

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JOB TITLE: Pastor
Pastor of our community since 2019; Graduated from the University of Saint Mary of the Lake in Mundelein, Illinois with a Masters of Divinity, and was ordained to the ministerial priesthood by Archbishop Alex Brunett on Saturday, 13 th June 1998.

FUN FACTS:
Favorite pastimes include reading, going to the movies or the theater, trying out new restaurants—and revisiting restaurants I’ve enjoyed—doing iconography (“image writing”), getting exercise, travelling and watching sports.  Football and soccer are my favorites, but I also enjoy basketball, baseball, rugby, and curling (an Irish sport that gracefully combines elements of hockey, lacrosse and assault with a deadly weapon).

Helen Oesterle

Pastoral Associate

heleno@olgseattle.org |
206-935-0358, ext.108

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I work with Fr. Kevin and other parish staff in the coordination and support of a variety of parish ministries, including RCIA, Baptisms, and adult faith formation, liturgy, children and family faith formation, website support, and whatever else the Pastor asks me to do! M.Div. from Seattle University, Certification in the Mastery of the Catechism; Commissioned Lay Ecclesial Minister for the Archdiocese.

Fun Facts:  Mom of two wonderful children, Peter and Becky; teaches cycling and water aerobic classes at the WS YMCA; loves to go to movies, garden, bike, read, camp, hike, and going for daily walks with my two dogs; also a big Mariner fan!

Sarah Riggio

Baptism & Confirmation Coordinator

sarahr@olgseattle.org |
206-935-0358, ext.115

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Sarah is a life-long Catholic who has been involved in lay ministry dating back to her school days. She has been involved in college and high school campus ministry for many years, including teaching religion at Bellarmine Preparatory in Tacoma. Most recently she was a catechist for middle school confirmation at St. James Cathedral. Her degree from Scripps College is in Religious Studies.
She is also a mother to five school-aged children and considers herself most passionate about welcoming young people and their families into a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ through the Church.

FUN FACTS:
I am a huge soccer fan, especially the Sounders.
I love to bake (and eat) cookies.
I love to take walks. My favorite walk is the loop around Seward Park.
I think Mt. Rainier/Tahoma is the most beautiful part of God’s creation

Michelle Scheving

Pastoral Assistant for Administration

michelles@olgseattle.org |
206-935-0358 ext. 101

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Sal Pagan

Facilities Supervisor

salp@olgseattle.org |
206-935-0358, ext. 112

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Facilities & Maintenance Supervisor

Loves dogs (especially Golden retrievers)

Can swing a hammer, and can turn a jack, lay a track, and can even pick and shovel too… {courtesy Johnny Cash}

Gail Neudorfer

Bookkeeper

gailn@olgseattle.org |
206-935-0358, ext. 118

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Overall bookkeeping responsibilities including coordinating parishioner contributions, oversight of electronic funds transfer (EFT), and recording parishioner donations for tax purposes.

Fun Facts:  Graduate of Washington State University (Go Cougs!); mother of two; have been affiliated in different ways with Our Lady of Guadalupe for 20 years; loves to garden and is a big Seahawks fan!

Sandy Plummer

Administrative Assistant

sandyp@olgseattle.org |
206-935-0358, ext. 111

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JOB TITLE:  Safe Environment Coordinator; Bulletin Editor
Make sure all Safe Environment paperwork is current and up-to-date within the parish and with the Archdiocese; also prepare the weekly parish bulletin.

FUN FACTS:
I love music (sing in our parish choir!), old movies, knitting and crocheting, and spending time with family.

Contact Us
Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic School

3401 SW Myrtle St.

Seattle, WA 98126

Tel: (206) 935-0651

Fax: (206) 938-3695

info@guadalupe-school.org

Our Lady of Guadalupe School & Parish acknowledges that we are on the traditional land of the first people of Seattle, the Duwamish People past and present, and honor with gratitude the land itself and the Duwamish Tribe.