The Cathedral of St. Philip - Atlanta, GA

Nominees for the Chapter Class of 2023

 

The Cathedral Chapter has approved the following slate of chapter nominees, to be voted on by the parish at the Parish Meeting. The annual Parish Meeting will take place in-person on Sunday, December 6 at 10 a.m. As with all of our in-person gatherings, registration is required. Registration will begin next week at cathedralATL.org.

 

Del KingJunior Warden Nominee: Sam Wilmoth 
Sam has been a Cathedral member for 7 years.  In addition to serving on the Chapter (class of 2022), he’s currently involved with the Cathedral Building Committee and the Sons of Thunder Men’s Breakfast, and he previously served on the Stewardship Committee and Parish Committee on Ministry. Sam is a Vice President with Coro Realty, a commercial real estate investment company based in Atlanta. In the broader community, he enjoys philanthropic work and is an active alumnus of Washington and Lee University. He enjoys spending time with his family: his wife Lynn, a lifelong Cathedral member, and their two sons Sammy (3.5 years) and Weston (1+ years).


Molly ChildersAngelica Godoy de Baños
Angelica has been active at the Cathedral for 18 years. She and her family found a second home at the Cathedral after being welcomed by Padre Iasias Rodriguez in 2002. As proud Mexican-Americans, Angelica and her family enjoy serving the Hispanic congregation and sharing their traditions with this community. Her current parish activities include being a leader for Informed Communion classes, a lector, and community building with the Hispanic congregation. Angelica is a homemaker and earned her degree in accounting. She enjoys teaching, gardening, spending time with her daughters, learning about other cultures and their traditions, and studying church history. Angelica and her husband, Alfredo, have three children: Jacqueline, Nicole and Edith.

Kathryn HowellWard S. Bondurant 
Ward has been active at the Cathedral for 30 years.  His current parish involvement includes the Farmers Market and he has also taught adult Sunday School, served on the Chapter and Executive Committee, and was a past Stewardship Co-Chair, Senior and Junior Warden.  Professionally, Ward is an attorney. He has served on several boards, including Emmaus House and Westminster Schools Alumni Council.  He enjoys farming and gardening.  Ward and his wife, Mary, have two adult children: Sam and Jack.

Will KleinMary Caroline Davies Cravens
Mary Caroline has been active at the Cathedral for 14 years.  She currently serves with the Altar Guild and the Ricks-Wheeler Fund Committee, and participates in the Dean’s Women’s Bible Study and Community of Hope.  After working as a history professor, and then a judicial law clerk, Mary Caroline has focused on being a wife and mother.  Beyond her family and the parish, she is involved with the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta and the Parents Association for the Westminster Schools, and serves on the board of Respite Care Atlanta.  She enjoys teaching, writing and running.  Mary Caroline and her husband, Will Sugden, have two children: Alex and Sam.

Andi O'BryanMerritt Porter Dyke 
Merritt has been active at the Cathedral for 24 years and is currently involved with the Usher Guild and the Dean’s Men’s Bible Study.  He is the Chairman of Dyke Industries, Inc.  His involvement in the community includes the High Museum, Atlanta Botanical Gardens, and the National Gallery of Art in D.C., and he enjoys golf, tennis, hunting and fishing.  Merritt and his wife, Anne, have three children: Barrett Bynum, Brooks Bynum, and Olivia Bynum. 

Hubert TateBill Monroe
Bill has been active at the Cathedral for 9 years, and currently serves on the Cathedral Preschool Board.  He works in Investment Banking with SunTrust/Truist, and serves the community with the United Way Tocqueville Society and is a SunTrust Momentum OnUp Volunteer.  Bill enjoys golf, tennis, and fly fishing.  Bill and his wife, Carter, have two children: Lawson and William.

Sam WilmothKate Stotts
Kate has been active at the Cathedral all of her life and currently serves as a lector and intercessor. She’s also served with the Green Aprons, Week of Wonder, Daughters of the King, and the St. Cecilia Choir.  Kate works as an interior decorator, assisting residential clients through her business Kate Long Interiors.  In the community she is involved at Holy Innocents Episcopal School and Heards Ferry Elementary.  Kate enjoys antiques, running and gardening.  Kate and her husband, Eric, have two children: Thomas and Katherine.