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Permanent deacons to be ordained April 24

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Wednesday, March 31, 2010

ARCHDIOCESE — Thirty men will be ordained to the permanent diaconate for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati on Saturday, April 24, 11 a.m. at Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception Church in Dayton.

The new permanent deacons, who have completed three years of seminary study and formation, are:  John P. Back, Michael W. Hinger and Michael E. Lippman, St. Maximilian Kolbe, Liberty Twp.; Robert L. Basye, Leo N. Cordonnier and Daniel J. Wade, St. Peter Parish, Huber Heights; Martin J. Brown, Holy Rosary Parish, St. Mary’s; Brian M. Campos, Ascension Parish, Dayton; Michael J. Cassani, Mark U. Johnson and Russell J. Feldkamp, Immaculate Heart of Mary, Cincinnati; Jonathan M. Danner, St. Helen Parish, Dayton; Ronald S. Dvorachek, St. George Parish, Georgetown/St. Mary, Arnheim/St. Michael, Ripley;  and Jeffrey P. Ehrnschwender, Queen of Peace Parish, Millville.

Also Michael C. Erb, Our Lady of Visitation Parish, Cincinnati; Thomas H. Graber, St. Mary Parish, Greenville; Timothy M. Helmick, St. Mary Parish, Hyde Park; Richard D. Hobbs, St. Mary Parish, Franklin; Tracy W. Jamison, Holy Cross-Immaculata and Old St. Mary parishes, Cincinnati; Robert J. Leever, All Saints Parish, Cincinnati; Terrance A. Martin, Our Lady of Good Hope Parish, Miamisburg; William F. Moore, St. Charles Borromeo, Kettering; Jeffrey M. Perkins, St. Margaret of York Parish, Twenty Mile Stand; Michael F. Prier and Andrew R. Rammel,  Precious Blood Parish, Dayton; John M. Rettig,  St. Francis de Sales, Lebanon; Steven A. Ryan, Our Lady of the Rosary Parish, Greenhills; William E. Schaefer,  Holy Name Parish, Trenton; Richard D. Simpson, St. Luke, Beavercreek; Hoang D. Vu, Sacred Heart Parish, Fairfield; David M. Wallace, St. Philip Parish, Morrow; James W. Walworth, Sr., Holy Angels Parish, Dayton; and Mark J. Westendorf, Good Shepherd, Cincinnati.

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