The Rev. Dr. Travis Boline
The Rev. Dr. Travis Boline serves as rector at All Saint’s Anglican Church in Tallahassee, FL. She received her Master of Divinity Degree from Trinity School for Ministry in Ambridge, PA in 2000 and her Doctor of Ministry in Spiritual Formation and Preaching from Beeson Divinity School in Birmingham, AL in 2011. Mtr. Travis also serves the Anglican Church in North America as Provincial Secretary, is a member of the Executive Committee, and serves on both the Governance Task Force and the Ecumenical Relations Task Force. Mtr. Travis and her husband, Doug, have two grown children.
Chancellor Talmadge Brenner
Chancellor and lead trial counsel for the Diocese of Quincy 1995 to present. Member of the ACNA executive committee since constitution. Board of Directors of Anglican Communion Network from inception until 2008.
The Rev. Cn. Tom J. Carman
Canon Tom Carman, is Rector of St Aidan’s Anglican Church in Windsor, Ontario. He has been ordained since 1979 and has served in both western Canada and northern Ontario before coming to Windsor in 2007. Tom is married to Yvonne and together they have 3 adult children and three grandchildren. Tom is Registrar for the Anglican Network in Canada and has served on the Provincial Executive since 2013.
Raymond currently serves as the chancellor for the Diocese of CANA East. He has practiced law in Syracuse, New York since 1979 and represents many churches in litigation. He helped plant the Church of Holy Trinity in Syracuse which is a part of the ACNA. He resides in Syracuse with his wife Patricia and lives close to his two adult sons.
Leo Gus Haddad
L. Gus Haddad is a first generation El Pasoan whose parents immigrated from Syria in the early 1900’s. Gus is engaged in Real Estate Lending, Development and Investment, through several companies under the banner of The Haddad Group. Gus’ home church is St. Clement’s Anglican where he has served on as Senior Warden, Junior Warden and currently serves as Trust Committee Chairman, as well as Chairman – Board of Directors of The Immigration Alliance.
Major Harding is an attorney and practices in Tallahassee, Florida. He served as a trial judge in Jacksonville for 23 years and 11 years as an appellate judge on the Florida Supreme Court. He was Chief Justice from 1998-2000. He and his wife, Jane, are active members of St. Peter’s Anglican Church where he has served on the Vestry and as Senior Warden. He is Chancellor of the Gulf Atlantic Diocese.
Hall was born and raised in Raleigh, North Carolina, went to school in NC & SC, spent time in the US Army, began in the first class at Trinity School for Ministry, married Helen Jervey and was ordained at Trinity Church, Columbia, South Carolina. He and his wife served in Ridgeway and Charleston, South Carolina before leaving to serve in Orange Park, Florida in 1988. He has been rector of Good Samaritan since 1995 to present. He have three children (and three grandchildren): all believers, graduates of University of Florida and happily married.
Chloellen Miller has served the Diocese of the Mid-Atlantic as Secretary of the Diocese, on the inaugural Bishop’s Nominating Committee, chaired the inaugural Constitution and Canons Committee, and currently serves on the Standing Committee, Finance Committee, and the intercessory prayer team for church planting. At Immanuel Anglican Church in Woodbridge, Virginia, she has served on Vestry, as Sr. Warden and Jr. Warden, and currently serves as a Lay Eucharistic Minister, on the Building Committee, the Finance Committee, the intercessory prayer team, and leads a women’s Bible Study. In her community she’s chaplain for two community service organizations, does financial counseling through the Cooperative Extension Agency, and serves on a local government advisory board. She and her husband, John, have two adult children and one grandchild.
The Very Rev. Ryan S. Reed
The Very Rev. Ryan S. Reed has served as Dean of St. Vincent’s Cathedral for 14 years and has been ordained for 20 years. Dean Reed has served on numerous committees for the Anglican Church in North America and the Diocese of Fort Worth. He has been married to Kathy for 25 years and they have one daughter named Olivia Grace.
The Very Rev. Filmore Strunk
Filmore Strunk is rector of All Saints, Charlotte, Canon of the Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity in Accra Ghana and Canon to the Ordinary of the Diocese of the Carolinas. He has been married to his long-suffering and gracious wife Sandy for 35 years, has two grown children and two identical twin granddaughters who delight him to no end. Filmore enjoys reading, cooking, gardening, fly fishing and tending his aquariums.