Fr. Tom Schmidt

Fr. Tom was ordained in 1999 and has been the Pastor at St. Francis of Assisi since 2002.
In case of emergency, please contact Fr. Tom at 937-371-6420

Deacon Jack Pitts

Deacon jack was ordained in 2007, and assigned to St. Francis of Assisi Parish in that same year. Deacon Jack is currently in Senior Status as of December of 2013.

Deacon Chris Rauch

Deacon Chris has worked as a parish business manager for over 12 years.
He began working as the business manager at St. Francis on January 1, 2014.
Chris was ordained in April of 2013.

Marty McClain

Marty began working at St. Francis in December, 2009. He is currently the Coordinator of Senior High Youth Ministry, is the Coordinator of Confirmation Ministry and the staff liaison to our Young Adult Ministry. Marty and his wife Joanne live in West Chester, and together they have 6 adult children. Youth Ministry is Marty’s second career. Prior to pursuing a career in youth ministry, he spent 25 years in civil engineering as a Professional Land Surveyor.

Sylvia Carmody

Sylvia Carmody is her 5th year here at St. Francis of Assisi Parish. She coordinates the Elementary Faith Formation Program, Sacramental formation for First Reconciliation and First Communion, Liturgy of the Word with Children and staff liaison for Vacation Bible Camp. Along with her Associates Degree in Early Childhood Education she has earned an Associate in Religious Education Certificate from the Archdiocese of Cincinnati while at St. Francis of Assisi.
She brings the experience of working with youth in a variety of areas since her early twenties: Homemaker, Early Childhood Coordinator for Religious Education, Child Care Provider, Coordinator of Family Faith Formation, actively involved with the start of a Jr. High Youth Ministry program, led a Sr. High Youth Ministry one year, coached at the elementary age level a variety of sports programs within the Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic Youth Organization, and in the past was actively involved with Girl Scouts.
Through daily prayer she continues to try follow God’s will in her life and attends courses offered by the diocese for further spiritual growth. She has been married to her husband, Jerry, for 35 years. They are now empty nesters and first time grandparents.