Parish Pastoral Council

We would like to hear from you. Click on the box above to be taken to the form at the bottom of this page where you can submit your comments, suggestions and ideas. Your Parish Council will read your message and respond accordingly.

There are several easy ways to get a hold of a Parish Pastoral Council member. Just look for us wearing our Parish Pastoral Council name badges at or around the church, or send us an e-mail via the suggestion box at the bottom of this page. Tell us your questions, comments, or concerns and be sure to include your contact information. We will review them at the next monthly meeting and get back to you as soon as possible. We look forward to hearing from you!

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Rev. Msgr. James F. Fetscher
Chaplain to His Holiness
Born in Jamaica, NY, Father Fetscher came to Florida with his family in 1949 and grew up in and with Holy Family parish in North Miami. The oldest of seven children, his siblings say their mother had six more to prove to the world she could do better.
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Nancy Adams
Nancy was born in Rochester, NY and attended Brighton High School and Cornel University NY Hospital School of Nursing earning her BSN in 1968. She graduated from Catholic University of America with a Masters in Nursing in 1972.
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Frank Krauser
Frank was born in Chicago and grew up in Indianapolis, Indiana. He is a graduate of Campion Jesuit HS in Wisconsin and the University of Dayton in Ohio. Frank was a commissioned officer in the US Army (signal corp.) during the
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Ann Murry
Ann was born in New York and attended Catholic schools in NYC. After graduating she worked in Long Island City and New Jersey for the Warner Lambert company. After marrying her husband Don, they moved to South
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Robert Zelmer
Bob was born in Rolla, Missouri and married Diane Zelmer in Wichita, Kansas in 1992. A short two years later they relocated to Fort Lauderdale. Diane and Bob are active at St. Sebastian which they joined in 2010. For the past 19 years Bob
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Connie Reed
Born and raised in Summit, New Jersey, Connie moved to Hobart, New York after marrying her husband, Dick. Connie attended Ithaca College in New York and shortly after graduating she married Dick and they had one child, Michael.
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Judy Fisher
Born in Oneida, New York, Judy attended three different high schools in New York and Pennsylvania and had the opportunity to live in a variety of cities in the northeast: Syracuse and Latham, NY; Lancaster and Camp Hill, PA;
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Elizabeth Siegle
Liz was born in Hollywood, Florida and attended a local Catholic Grade School and High School. Liz and her husband, Matthew, were blessed to be married by Father Pat in 1996. They reside in Fort Lauderdale and Liz is an Associate
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Rosemary Guerin
Rosemary was born in Brooklyn, and raised in Oyster Bay, NY. She graduated from St. Dominic HS, Manhattanville College and received her MA from Columbia University. She has lived in Johannesburg, Lima, Hong Kong, Paris
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Frederick Reitz
Frederick Reitz is a native of St. Louis, Missouri, a graduate from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University with a Master's Degree in Aviation Technology. Frederick is the President of Safe Sky, Inc, a fingerprinting and background investigation
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Suggestion Box :

The Parish Pastoral Council wants to hear from you!

  • We want to hear about your ideas how we can grow as a community and give back the gifts we have received.
  • Do you have suggestions for our parish or feedback about a particular event? Fill out the form below and let us know.
  • Each month suggestions and questions from the "Suggestion Box" will be compiled. A representative from the Parish Pastoral Council will compile the comments and present them in a report for discussion at the monthly meetings. Please be as specific as possible in your comments.
  • If you include your email address we will respond to you. Anonymous comments are accepted. Thank you, the parishioners and friends of St. Sebastian Church, for all your suggestions and questions.