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Ginger BitikoferAssociate for Membership & Congregational Life
Ginger joined the Trinity staff in 2005. She graduated from the College of William and Mary in Virginia and previously worked for The May Company in human resources and customer service. She’s been a member of the Cathedral since the mid-1980s and has sung in the choir, served on the Vestry and led various small groups.
Contact Ginger to get connected with small groups and other ministries, learn about becoming a member, or plan a baptism, wedding or funeral.
Emily ButlerAdministrative Assistant, Music and Art at Trinity Cathedral
Carolyn HoffOrgan Scholar and Music Librarian
Sam HubishLivestream Producer
Sam has been a member of Trinity since 2000. He is a 1979 graduate of Cooper School of Art where he studied painting and printmaking. Upon leaving Cooper he taught Printmaking at Interlochen Center for the Arts Summer Arts Camp. He is a cabinet maker trained in set and exhibit design. Sam is the owner of the website development company aSimpleMachine.com.,Ltd. aSimpleMachine.com provides Trinity with web development, maintenance, audio recording, photography, and other technical needs. When not building websites Sam hones his art as a certified barbecue judge for the Kansas City Barbecue Society. He also enjoys foraging for mushrooms, looking at the stars, and Geocaching with his son.
Doreen HughesExecutive Assistant to the Dean
Doreen Hughes joined the Trinity staff in 2013. As an OSBA-certified paralegal, she worked in the legal department at Management Recruiters International, Inc. for 15 years. After her position with MRI moved to Philadelphia she did not know where she would be employed next but always said, “Wherever God puts me, that’s where I will be."
Brandon McCrearyAudio Technician
Eric TravisDirector of Children's and Youth Ministries
Eric is an enthusiastic, faithful, and deeply experienced youth and children’s minister who has served multiple dioceses and congregations. As a congregational youth and young adult minister, he has served churches in Springfield, MO, the Chicago suburb of Lake Forest, IL, and most recently Greenville, SC. His diocesan work includes serving as the Canon for Youth Ministry in the Episcopal Diocese of Central New York, and twelve years as the Missioner for Youth and Young Audits in the Episcopal Diocese of Michigan.
Eric has a passion for youth and children’s ministry and an extensive toolbox for carrying out this work. He has played every role you can imagine, from teaching Sunday school for 3-5th graders to training youth ministry volunteers from across the 72-church diocese of Michigan. He has worked for the full inclusion of LGBTQ+ youth in local, diocesan, and national gatherings, he has created innovative youth confirmation programs and he is a leader in developing the nationwide Safe Church Guidelines that empower us to care for all who are involved in this life-giving ministry.
Pam TurosInterim Communications Manager
Pam Turos brings decades of experience as a social worker to her work as a nonprofit communications professional. After 15 years serving health care organizations, she launched her own consulting firm Good Cause Creative where she provides writing, editing, strategic communications and leadership coaching to education and equity-focused organizations. As Lead Coach for the Mandel Foundation Neighborhood Leadership Development Program, Turos provides grassroots leaders with tools to drive change in their communities. She also serves as an elected member of the Euclid City Schools Board of Education and board president for Americans Making Immigrants Safe.
JoEllen WestOrgan Scholar and Music Librarian
Todd WilsonOrganist & Director of Music
Wilson, one of America’s leading concert organists, has been Trinity’s organist and artist-in-residence since late 2009. A native Ohioan, he was director of music and organist at The Church of the Covenant in Cleveland for nineteen years, and continues as head of the organ department at the Cleveland Institute of Music.
Having grown up in the men and boys choir of Trinity Church in Toledo, the choirs and music of the Anglican tradition have been an influential part of Wilson’s musical life. During graduate school, he served as organist and choirmaster at Calvary Episcopal Church in Cincinnati, Ohio. During 1978-79 he served as a visiting assistant in music at Canterbury Cathedral in England under Dr. Allan Wicks. At the Episcopal Cathedral of the Incarnation on Long Island, Wilson directed one of the longest-running choirs of men and boys in continuous existence in the United States. He frequently presents workshops on Anglican choral and organ music, and on service playing. He has been organ clinician at the Evergreen Episcopal Church Musicians Conference, the Montreat Conference on Worship and Music, the Interlochen National Music Camp, the Presbyterian Association of Musicians, and the Sewanee National Church Music Conference.
Wilson is also organ curator of the recently restored Norton Memorial Organ (E. M. Skinner, 1931) in Severance Hall, and is house organist at Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens in Akron, where he plays the restored 1915 Aeolian organ.
He has been heard in concert in many major cities throughout the United States, Europe, and Japan, including concerts at Symphony Hall (Birmingham, UK), Los Angeles’ Walt Disney Concert Hall, Chicago’s Orchestra Hall, Cleveland’s Severance Hall, Dallas’ Meyerson Symphony Center, and Uihlein Hall in Milwaukee.
Wilson received his Bachelor and Master of Music degrees from the College-Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati and completed further study at The Eastman School of Music. He has won numerous competitions, including the prestigious French Grand Prix de Chartres, the Fort Wayne Competition, the Strader National Scholarship Competition and the national competition sponsored by the First Congregational Church of Los Angeles.