REV. DR. JONATHAN LOVELADY, SENIOR PASTOR
The Lovelady family, Jon and Lisa, and their children: Stephanie, Matthew, and Luke arrived at St. Johns in 2011 following a thirteen-year pastorate in Virginia. They miss the mountains, the snow and the rhododendron, but enjoy the beaches, the beautiful azaleas, and the mild weather of north Florida. Jon began as an engineering student, but due to a conversion experience began to pursue a call to ordained ministry. He is a graduate of Lee College (now Lee University) and Columbia Theological Seminary (Master of Divinity and Doctor of Ministry). His varied ministry experiences range from preaching in a housing project while in college, to building homes in Reynosa, Mexico, and renovating homes in the mountains of West Virginia. Lisa currently works as the administrator of the Synod of the South Atlantic. Stephanie is a customer service representative for a local industry and Luke is a student at University of North Florida. Their middle child, Matthew, lives in Charlottesville, Virginia and is a manager for the Pippin Hill Farm Winery. Jon enjoys motorcycles and most all things mechanical. He is an avid runner and biker, enjoying two Jacksonville races this year, the Ortega River Run and the Gate River Run.
KEVIN CRAINSHAW, Associate for Worship and Arts
Kevin joined the staff of St. Johns Presbyterian Church as Associate for Worship and the Arts in May of 2007. He has been in ministry since 1988 and has served in a full-time Associate Pastor or Associate for Worship and Arts since 1996. Kevin holds a B.A. in music composition from the University of Kansas. Kevin has a unique gift of music. God has given him ability, and cultivated by education, he is completely comfortable conducting a full orchestra, choir, improvising songs of worship on the piano or leading a group of people into God’s presence from a keyboard or guitar with a worship band behind him.
GAI GAI QUARTERMAN, DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS, SJPK
Gai-Gai Quarterman has been in Jacksonville, Florida, since graduating from college. She became involved with the preschool when her daughter started here in 1984. She has worn many hats at St. Johns Presbyterian Kindergarten. Gai-Gai was a Kindergarten teacher for 9 years, the bookkeeper, and most recently a 4-year old teacher. She lives in the area with her husband, Terry. Gai-Gai enjoys playing tennis and spending time with her daughter, son-in-law and their four children. All of her grandchildren are either past or current students at SJPK.
JAYNE FERDON, OFFICE MANAGER
Jayne Ferdon is a Jacksonville native. She and her husband, Jimmy, have been married 11 years and have four children-Ryan, Sean, Kathryn, and Hannah. She is blessed with a beautiful grand-daughter, Emersyn. She loves traveling to South Carolina every chance she gets to visit her son, daughter-in-law, and grand-daughter. In her free time, she loves sewing, crafting, refinishing furniture, and spending time with her husband and friends boating. She is excited to be part of the St. Johns family where everyone is so friendly.
SUE KEEFE, FINANCE
Sue has lived in Jacksonville for over 20 years. She was born and raised in Pittsburgh, PA where she attended Duquesne University and received her BSBA with an emphasis in accounting. She is married to Troy who teaches AP Economics and AP Government at Creekside High School in Saint John’s County. They live in Julington Creek and are members of Mandarin Presbyterian Church. Her older son Adam is an attorney and married his wife Erin in October 2018. Her younger son Jonathan graduated from UNF in August of 2018 with a degree in math.
BEKAH WILSON, DIRECTOR OF YOUTH AND FAMILIES
Rebekah Wilson was born and raised in Jacksonville, Florida. Rebekah graduated from Trinity Baptist College with a B.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies with focuses in Speech and Music. It was during her years at college when she found a love for working with youth, becoming a substitute teacher as well as a soccer and track coach for her school’s Academy. In her free time, Rebekah enjoys singing, songwriting, and acting. She believes music, media, and film are great tools to reach and minister to today’s youth and enjoys getting to create art that can do that.
JESSE BOZEMAN, SEXTON
Jesse Bozeman is a lifelong resident of Jacksonville. He and his older brother only lived in two houses growing up, and those were within 10 miles of each other. Jesse is married and he and his wife have three children still at home, all girls ranging from 7 to 9 years old. Jesse has been working in the construction industry since his early 20’s. He enjoys building and repairing things and gets great satisfaction from seeing the finished project. Jesse has an artistic streak and enjoys drawing and painting in his free time. He is also a sportsman and has a fishing pole or hunting rifle in his hands whenever possible.
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