Staff

Fr. Jeffrey McBeth

Pastor

pastor@stpetershuron.org
419.433.5725 Ext. 202

Favorite single activity as a priest? Weekend Masses.
Most daring adventure? Becoming a priest!
Where would you like to travel? The Holy Land.
Favorite family recipe? Mom’s chicken paprikash.
What does your prayer life look like? Liturgy of the Hours, plus Mass and personal prayer time in the chapel.
Greatest joys? Connecting with families.
First job? Bagger at a grocery store.

Deacon John Bialorucki

Deacon

deacon@stpetershuron.org
419.433.5725 Ext. 202

Interesting Facts

  • I am a retired Operations Training instructor from Davis-Besse.
  • I am a fan of the Doctor Who television show, which is the longest running science fiction show. 
  • I enjoy golfing.  I’m not the best of golfers.  In fact for a Christmas gift one year, my daughter presented me with a dozen golfs with the following quote “I spend more time in the trees than the squirrels.”
  • I enjoy talking to people about their faith, especially over coffee and doughnuts.
Sally Clark

Director of Religious Education

dre@stpetershuron.org
419.433.5725 Ext. 204

What do you really do? As Director of Religious Education, I help educate individuals of all ages.  I am most involved in the Junior High Youth Group, RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults), PSR (Parish School of Religion) for grades 1-6, First Reconciliation, First Communion, adult bible studies and other adult educational programs.
Fun Fact I was in formation with the Sisters of Notre Dame in Toledo for several years. I never made final vows with them. Through spiritual direction and prayer, God led me elsewhere.  I met my husband shortly after I left the community, and we have four children together. I don’t regret my time with the Sisters, and I am still close friends with several of them.  I grew so much personally and spiritually during that time, and I am very grateful to the community.

Deacon Jason Hinners

Deacon

deaconjason@stpetershuron.org
419.433.5725

Interesting Facts

Greatest Joy: My family. I am beyond blessed with my wife (Stacy), children (Nate – 16 and Lucy 12), parents, brother, grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousin (yes, just one cousin) and all those who who’ve become family through marriage.

Favorite Bible Verses: 1 Corinthians 9:24-27 and Philippians 4:13

Greatest Accomplishment: Winning the Clough Pike Elementary School Second Grade Spelling Bee Contest on December 18, 1984.

Fun Fact: I attended the last Cincinnati Bengals playoff victory (January 6, 1991) and the last Cincinnati Reds playoff series victory (October 5, 1995). Those are too long of droughts.

Favorite Food: Skyline Chili

Lynn Hoffman

Director of Engagement

engage@stpetershuron.org
419.433.5725 Ext. 217

Fun Fact? While attending Bowling Green State University, I worked part-time in the office of St. Thomas More University Parish and prepared meals for the priests.
Inspirational Quote? “Whatever follows “I am” is going to come looking for you.”
Favorite Childhood Memory? Growing up in Hollywood, Florida and spending weekends at the beach along with big Italian family dinners each Sunday at my grandparent’s home.

Laura McCall

Office Manager

offmgr@stpetershuron.org
419.433.5725 Ext. 201

Favorite weekend activity? I enjoy spending the weekend with my family.  I love watching my kids participate in various activities.  I also enjoy getting together with friends and family as often as we can and reconnecting over food and memories.
Greatest Joys? My four kids Brandon, Aidan, Madelyn and Nolan who continue to make me proud. I love watching them grow as individuals.
Fun Fact My husband and I have moved 8 times in the last 22 years and have lived in 6 different states. Our 8 year stay in Huron is the longest we have ever lived in one place.

Pam Heschel

Administrative Assistant

offmgr@stpetershuron.org
419.433.5725 Ext. 201

Greatest Joy: My puppy, Angel.

Fun Fact: I played on the BGSU tennis team.  I also love to golf and once got a hole in one on a par four!  

First Job: Fanny Farmers at a kiosk in Westlake Mall.  We got to eat any damaged candy!

Place You Would Like to Visit: Greece

Favorite Childhood Memory: Vacations to Virginia Beach, VA

Matthew Schwab

Maintenance Director

419.433.5725 Ext. 205

Where would you like to travel? Alaska
Favorite weekend activity? Fishing and relaxing around the house with my family.
Quote that inspires you? “Windmills do not work that way.”

Mike Gordon
Tracy Luc

Operations Manager

opmgr@stpetershuron.org
419.433.5725 Ext. 203

Best part of my job? Getting to know the people I work with
Greatest joys? Being with Family and Friends
Where WOULD I LIKE TO TRAVEL?  Scotland and Ireland                                FUN FACT? My older brother taught me how to solve the Rubix Cube in 5th grade, and  I have never forgotten it
INSPIRATIONAL QUOTE? We work to live, not live to work
FAVORITE FAMILY RECIPE?  My dad’s chili and my mother-in-law’s cucumber salad                                                   FIRST JOB I EVER HAD? A paper route on Campbell and Lindsey streets in Sandusky
FAVORITE FOOD? Pasta
FAVORITE CHILDHOOD MEMORY?  Summertime at Nickel Plate Beach & Pied Piper

Joshua Vina

FIRST JOB?  Whataburger – Super popular hamburger join in his home state of Texas.  Everbody calls it “water-burger”
PLACE YOU MOST LIKE TO VISIT:   My home and family in Texas
FUN FACT? I have 8 siblings and was home schooled all the way through high school                                                                                                                                  INSPIRATIONAL QUOTE? “Pain is temporary” – Joshua Vina
FAVORITE CHILDHOOD MEMORY? Getting buried by my brothers in a hole up to my neck!

You are a chosen race, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a people of his own, so that you may announce the praises of him who called you out of darkness into his wonderful light.

1 Peter 2:9