- William StomskiRector and Dean of Trinity Episcopal Cathedral775-329-4279, Ext. 14
The Very Rev. Dr. William L. Stomski, dean of Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, is our chief spiritual and administrative leader. “Father William” was born in Pittsfield, Massachusetts and raised in the nearby town of Lenox (Home to the Boston Symphony at “Tanglewood”). He grew up with four other siblings (three brothers and a sister) with a Lutheran and Roman Catholic religious background. Education involved an art degree from Arizona State University, Masters of Divinity from The Lutheran Theological Seminary, Gettysburg, PA., a Masters of Arts in Liturgy from the University of Notre Dame, and a Doctor of Ministry from Virginia Theological Seminary.
Dr. Stomski served two parishes in Pennsylvania, as well as worked at the national level of the Lutheran Church in America (later the ELCA) in Philadelphia as the art director and design consultant for “Ecclesiastical Arts” Studio where custom art, liturgical vessels, furnishings, paraments, and interior renovations of worship space were designed and implemented. Prior to coming to Trinity, Father William was chaplain and sacred studies teacher with Saint Joseph’s Episcopal School in Southeast Florida, teaching two year olds through eighth graders, and a weekend priest with the parish there. With the Diocese of Southeast Florida, he was the Dean and a professor of “Homiletics” and “Pastoral Theology” with the Diocesan School for deacons and pre-seminary students. He also served on the Commission of Ministry and the Bishop’s Search Committee.
Father William is an accomplished watercolorist, enjoys creative projects, reading, cooking, and travel. He and his husband, Ernie Westbrook, have been together for twenty years; their marriage was in Washington, D.C.; their “Blessing Ceremony” was performed by Bishop Leo Frade, now retired Bishop of Southeast Florida, at the 16th Century monastery, St. Bernard de Clairveaux in northern Miami.
Presently Father William is a board member of the Interfaith Clergy Association, active with the downtown Ecumenical Group, and a promoter of our cathedral outreach and cultural programs.
- Rick MillsapCanon for Pastoral Care & Parish Life775-329-4279, Ext. 12
The Rev. Canon Rick Millsap, is the Canon for Pastoral Care and Parish Life. He was raised in Nevada. He was ordained in 2006 and has served here at Trinity since 2010.
Before 2010 he was an elementary school teacher in Washoe County for thirty years. During his education career, he served as a consultant for the Northern Nevada Writing Project and participated as a reading trainer for teachers during new textbook adoption. He was a member of Nevada’s Professional Standards Commission and worked for the Nevada State Education Association. He received his BA and MA degrees in Elementary Education and Elementary Curriculum and Instruction from The University of Nevada, Reno.
- Mikayla DunfeeCanon for Education775-329-4279, Ext. 13
The Rev. Canon Mikayla Dunfee is our Canon for Education. Her focus is on the 9:00 AM Service along with our youth and children ministries.
She attended the University of South Dakota, where she graduated in 2011 with a B.S. in Criminal Justice and a B.A. in International Studies and Spanish. She studied in Spain her junior year and while the language skills have ebbed, her appetite for travel remains strong.
Mikayla worked for the Diocese of South Dakota, co-founding an ecumenical young adult intentional community on the Rosebud Reservation. She graduated Berkeley Divinity School at Yale, and was ordained in 2016.
She hopes to meet many new partners in ministry and continue learning about this beautiful part of the Body of Christ.
- Michael LynchDirector of Music & Organist775-329-4279, Ext. 20
Michael Lynch assumed the duties of Trinity Cathedral's Music Director on June 1, 2018. He is no stranger to us, having served previously as our Assistant Director of Music. We're thrilled to have him back! Michael has been a church musician for over 25 years. In that time, he has accompanied and led sundry choral and bell ringing choirs. Most recently, he finished his organ studies at UNR with the late Dr. Philip Manwell of the Juilliard School of Music. He has also studied organ with Dr. Roger Nyquist of Santa Clara University and Dr. Carl Swanson of California Lutheran University as well as piano with the late Bruce Sutherland. In 2002, Michael was fortunate to accompany the esteemed Calabasas Choirs at the National Riverside Competition in NYC, in which they won first place in all events. Michael’s accompanying was noted by the judges as being “beautifully sensitive”. He also served as Dean of the Northern Nevada AGO Chapter.
The Rev. Ruth Hanusa
The Rev. Dr. Julius Rogina
The Rev. Patsy Pumphrey
Senior Warden: Robert Andrade
Junior Warden: Lynne Charlat
Clerk: Paul Hewen
Members of the Vestry:
Chancellor & Secretary: Kait Flocchini