The Rev. Dr. Chuck Treadwell
Chuck grew up in South Carolina, Georgia, and Kentucky in a loving family full of Baptist clergy. He attended Georgetown College, receiving his Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology in 1982. Chuck moved to Texas to work at a residential treatment center for therapeutic treatment center for teenagers. He met his wife, Chris, a nursing student at U.T.A., at a health club (a chique 80’s couple!) who introduced him to the Episcopal Church. They married in 1985, the same year he was confirmed.
With the zeal of a convert, Chuck went to seminary at the University of the South in Sewanee, TN. After graduating in 1989, Chuck was ordained a deacon at St. Matthew’s Cathedral in Dallas that same year. His first clergy position was at St. Michael and All Angels, Dallas, where he was ordained a priest. While there, he served as a curate and priest to Young Single Adults, and later, as the School Chaplain. In 1993, Father Chuck dove headlong into being a rector for the first time at St. Peter’s in McKinney, TX. Eleven years later, he moved to Waco to be the rector of St. Paul’s, where he began serving in July 2004. On Palm Sunday, March 29, 2016, Chuck began serving as the 14th rector of St. David’s in Austin.
In the spring of 2014, Father Chuck completed a Doctor of Ministry from Sewanee. Along with his regular duties, Father Chuck has served in various capacities in Diocesan ministry. For nearly a decade he has served as co-facilitator for “Curate Camp”, a diocesan ministry for newly ordained clergy. Many of the Curates in this program served at St. David’s.
Father Chuck and Chris have three children. Caleb, Colton, and Caroline. With the time not committed to family and the priesthood, Father Chuck is an avid hunter, hiker, fisherman, and guitar player.
The Rev. Katie Wright
The Rev. Katie Wright joined St. David’s Episcopal Church as the Associate Rector in August of 2012. She served as Locum Tenens from February 2015 until March 2016, when she gratefully returned to being the Associate. She serves on the Boards of The Episcopal Health Foundation and Capital IDEA. Previously as rector of St. Andrew’s in Elyria, Ohio, she has also served as Associate Rector in charge of youth and family ministries at St. Mark’s in Glen Ellyn, Illinois; Youth Minister at Ascension in Dallas, Texas; and Director of Children’s Ministries at Transfiguration in Dallas, Texas. She received her Master of Divinity degree, Anglican Track, from Perkins School of Theology at SMU and her Bachelor of Arts degree from Claremont McKenna College.
Katie was born in Phoenix, Arizona and is married to Jimmy Wright. They have three children: Luke (1997), Rachel (1999) and Sarah (2011…yes 2011).
The Rev. Bob Gribble
Bob Gribble is a native of Houston, but he and his wife, Gretchen, got to Austin as fast as they could. Bob got his BBA from the University of Texas in 1976 and his Master of Divinity from Virginia Seminary in 1979. He has served five Episcopal parishes in and around the Houston area for more than 30 Years. Bob retired in 2009, but is out of retirement now assisting at St. David’s where he works part-time assisting with pastoral care needs of the parish.
The Rev. Chad McCall
Associate Priest + Chief of Staff
The Rev. Chad McCall was ordained a priest in February 2012 and has served at St Peter’s in Lago Vista, Texas as Pastoral Leader and Vicar since September 2010. Chad was born in Columbus, Ohio. He graduated from Davidson College in 1993 with a BA in Economics and received his MBA from Georgia Institute of Technology in 1995. After working in healthcare and finance for over 10 years, Chad experienced a call to ordained ministry and entered Duke Divinity School where he earned his MDIV in 2007. Chad has lived in Austin for the last 11+ years and has two children, Carlie and Cade.
The Rev. Cameron Spoor
Cameron grew up in Austin, then went to Texas A&M University for undergraduate and graduate studies. Afterward, Cameron had two unique opportunities back-to-back: a year-long term as outdoor educator at Camp Allen, then a year-long term as Episcopal missionary in Grahamstown, South Africa. From there, Cameron returned to Austin and found work as a resource specialist for the American Cancer Society. The call to ordained ministry soon flourished, so in August 2016 Cameron packed his bags again and went to seminary at the University of the South in Sewanee, TN. After graduating in May 2019, Cameron returned to Austin and promptly married his fiancée, Marina. Cameron joined St. David’s in July 2019 as Curate and Director of Outreach & Community Engagement, and almost immediately traveled on a parish pilgrimage to Southern Malawi with Warm Heart International – one of the many things this parish participates in that he will gladly tell you about! Cameron’s favorite things include spending time with his new wife, attending pub trivia, biking, and trying new recipes in the kitchen.
The Rev. Bill Bennett
The Rev. Dr. Carol Petty
Carol retired from her position as Canon for Wellness and Pastoral Care for the Diocese of Texas in September of 2018. She provides clergy support as needed at St. David’s. Carol is married to George Zwicker and together they have 6 grown children and 18 grandchildren. Carol and George are pleased to make St. David’s their home parish.
The Rev. Dr. Dan Joslyn-Siemiatkoski
Dan Joslyn-Siemiatkoski is the Duncalf-Villavoso Professor of Church History at Seminary of the Southwest, an Episcopal Church seminary here in Austin. At the seminary, Dan covers the whole range of Christian history, with special interests in Anglican and Episcopal history and Jewish-Christian relations. He is married to Jennifer Joslyn-Siemiatkoski, who sings in St. David’s Singers and serves as a lector. They have two children, Greg and Miriam, who serve as acolytes and sing in the youth choir.
Santiago ‘Santi’ Rodriguez will serve as a seminarian at St. David’s for two years starting in September 2019. Santi is a postulant of the Diocese of Virginia, where he worked as a youth minister at Christ Church Alexandria. Born in Colombia, Santi did his undergrad in Miami before moving to Canada where he joined the Jesuit order. While working in Milwaukee giving retreats to young adults, me met his wife Julie at Toastmasters. Julie is also in formation at the Seminary of the Southwest, and they have a son named Tyson. Santi’s particular areas of interest are spirituality in pop culture, discernment, and Ignatian spirituality. He is passionate about running, and backpacking and hiking with his family and their two dogs, Mia and Bleu.