Current Leadership

Father Chet Artysiewicz, President

Father Chet Artysiewicz, a native of Wilmington, Del., has served as pastor of the Catholic Community of Bertie County (Windsor, N.C.) and St. Joan of Arc mission (Plymouth, N.C.) since 2010. He took his First Oath as a Glenmary missioner in 1969, his Final Oath in 1972 and was ordained in 1973. In his years of home mission ministry, Father Chet has served as associate pastor of Glenmary's mission in Morehead, Ky., and as pastor of missions in Waynesboro, Ga.; West Union, Ohio; Greensboro, Ga.; Swainsboro, Ga.; Monticello, Ark.; and Idabel, Okla. He has also served the community as vocation counselor and director of the post-novitiate program.
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Father Neil Pezzulo, First Vice President

Father Neil Pezzulo, a native of Schenectady, N.Y., earned at bachelor's degree in business administration/marketing from Elmira College in 1984. He attended DeSales School of Theology and the Washington Theological Union in Washington, D.C., prior to his ordination in 1999. Father Pezzulo made his First Oath to the Glenmary community in 1994 and his Final Oath in 1998. While in formation with Glenmary, Father Pezzulo worked in mission areas in Kentucky, North Carolina, West Virginia, Alabama, Arkansas and Georgia. Since ordination, Father Pezzulo has ministered to Glenmary missions in Arkansas. He served as associate pastor of the missions in Crossett and Hamburg from 2000 to 2003 and has pastored missions in Waldron and Danville since 2003. His term extends to 2019.
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Brother Larry Johnson, Second Vice President

Brother Larry Johnson, a native of Cleveland, Ohio, was elected to his first term as second vice president in 2015. Since 2012, he has been involved in youth and social outreach ministry in Lafayette, Tenn., and in Scottsville, Ky. (until 2014). He has also been serving as Glenmary's personnel director since 2006 and as a co-convenor of its Commission on Justice since 2000.  Brother Johnson earlier served as youth minister in Warren and Monticello, Ark., and evangelization minister in Sautee, Ga. and has dedicated six of his 37 years in Glenmary to vocation and formation ministry.  He took his First Glenmary Oath in 1978 and his Final Oath in 1984. He holds a bachelor of arts degree from the University of Maryland and a master of pastoral studies degree from Loyola University (Chicago).
61, a native of Cleveland, Ohio, is the one new Council member elected and will serve as Glenmary's second vice president. Since 2012, he has been involved in youth and social outreach ministry in Lafayette, Tenn., and in Scottsville, Ky. (until 2014). He has also been serving as Glenmary's personnel director since 2006 and as a co-convenor of its Commission on Justice since 2000.

Brother Johnson earlier served as youth minister in Warren and Monticello, Ark., and evangelization minister in Sautee, Ga. And he has dedicated six of his 37 years in Glenmary to vocation and formation ministry.

He took his First Glenmary Oath in 1978 and his Final Oath in 1984. He holds a bachelor of arts degree from the University of Maryland and a master of pastoral studies degree from Loyola University (Chicago). - See more at: http://www.glenmary.org/site/epage/158569_919.htm#sthash.eJ6r4ZQM.dpuf
61, a native of Cleveland, Ohio, is the one new Council member elected and will serve as Glenmary's second vice president. Since 2012, he has been involved in youth and social outreach ministry in Lafayette, Tenn., and in Scottsville, Ky. (until 2014). He has also been serving as Glenmary's personnel director since 2006 and as a co-convenor of its Commission on Justice since 2000.

Brother Johnson earlier served as youth minister in Warren and Monticello, Ark., and evangelization minister in Sautee, Ga. And he has dedicated six of his 37 years in Glenmary to vocation and formation ministry.

He took his First Glenmary Oath in 1978 and his Final Oath in 1984. He holds a bachelor of arts degree from the University of Maryland and a master of pastoral studies degree from Loyola University (Chicago). - See more at: http://www.glenmary.org/site/epage/158569_919.htm#sthash.eJ6r4ZQM.dpuf
new pastoral team serving two existing Glenmary missions in Lafayette, Tenn. (Macon County), and Scottsville, Ky. (Allen County), as well as the newest mission in Celina, Tenn. (Clay County). - See more at: http://www.glenmary.org/site/epage/139649_919.htm#sthash.rFGUvlec.dpuf
new pastoral team serving two existing Glenmary missions in Lafayette, Tenn. (Macon County), and Scottsville, Ky. (Allen County), as well as the newest mission in Celina, Tenn. (Clay County). - See more at: http://www.glenmary.org/site/epage/139649_919.htm#sthash.rFGUvlec.dpuf
new pastoral team serving two existing Glenmary missions in Lafayette, Tenn. (Macon County), and Scottsville, Ky. (Allen County), as well as the newest mission in Celina, Tenn. (Clay County). - See more at: http://www.glenmary.org/site/epage/139649_919.htm#sthash.rFGUvlec.dpuf
serving two existing Glenmary missions in Lafayette, Tenn. (Macon County), and Scottsville, Ky. (Allen County), as well as the newest mission in Celina, Tenn. (Clay County). - See more at: http://www.glenmary.org/site/epage/139649_919.htm#sthash.rFGUvlec.dpuf
serving two existing Glenmary missions in Lafayette, Tenn. (Macon County), and Scottsville, Ky. (Allen County), as well as the newest mission in Celina, Tenn. (Clay County). - See more at: http://www.glenmary.org/site/epage/139649_919.htm#sthash.rFGUvlec.dpuf
serving two existing Glenmary missions in Lafayette, Tenn. (Macon County), and Scottsville, Ky. (Allen County), as well as the newest mission in Celina, Tenn. (Clay County). - See more at: http://www.glenmary.org/site/epage/139649_919.htm#sthash.rFGUvlec.dpuf
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