Dale Voeller first walked into Trinity on the Third Sunday of Advent 2005 and immediately fell in love with the beauty, richness, and deep spiritual connectedness of liturgical worship. Since then, he has developed a deep love for all things Trinity – our buildings, our history, and most especially, the amazing people that make up our glorious spiritual community. After completing catechesis, Dale was confirmed in 2006. He and Mary Shibley were married at Trinity in 2008. Dale is an avid fly-fisherman and has long considered fly-fishing a part of his spiritual practice.
Dale has served two previous terms on the Buildings and Grounds Committee, one previous term on Vestry, and was co-chair of the Project Management Committee during the recent restroom renovation, roof replacement, and courtyard accessibility projects. He is a member of the History Guild and serves as a consultant to the Interiors Committee on the history of our buildings, furnishings, art, and memorials. When he can’t be at Trinity, or isn’t out fishing one of his favorite lakes, he is a Sr. Project Manager at PBS Engineering and Environmental. He is a Certified Hazardous Materials Manager, a Certified Safety Professional, and holds a master’s degree in Occupational Safety and Health.