Maureen is a graduate of Marygrove College, she earned a Master’s Degree at U of D Mercy and is a Licensed Michigan Social Worker. She retired after 30 years as a social worker in Northwest Detroit advocating for children to ensure their safety and well-being.
Maureen came to Christ the King October 1, 2009 and she is committed to the mission of caring for those in need, whatever that might be.
She now serves as the Christian Service Coordinator at Christ the King Parish, which includes overseeing the daily operation of St. Christine Soup Kitchen, Food pantry, and Social Service Office which includes The St. Vincent de Paul Society.
She is also pursuing a Master’s Degree in Pastoral Ministry at Sacred Heart Seminary
Cathy retired from General Motors Corporation in 2009 after working some 30+ years as an Administrative Assistant on the Financial and Legal Staffs. Since retirement, she has spent her time volunteering in hospice service was well as farming and fund raising with Forgotten Harvest. Most recently, Cathy has become the official “Soup Lady” at St. Christine’s Soup Kitchen, making fresh, home-made soup for our 400+ weekly clients.
Cathy has two grown children and two tiny granddaughters who, regrettably, live in Denver. She is an active member of St. Kenneth Parish in Plymouth, MI.
Margaret (Maggie) had worked in the non-profit sector for 34 years at The Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) as a Care & Clinical Services Specialist.
On April 1, 2020 Maggie was furloughed due to the pandemic. Maggie's duties at MDA included doing home visits with patients and their families. In addition, Maggie insured that families received all services they needed such as medical equipment, medication, financial assistance etc. Maggie was the Camp Director for MDA planning and organizing their annual camps for children with MDA, both in Michigan and several other states.
Maggie screened and trained numerous volunteers over the years. Maggie has experience in fundraising while working for MDA including extensive involvement with the annual Jerry Lewis Telethon until 2011 when it was discontinued. Maggie began volunteering at the pantry once the pandemic occurred. Maggie assumed the responsibility of pantry manager in October 2020. Previously she and her husband Mike had volunteered at the pantry during the holiday season. Maggie and Mike reside in Novi. They have three grown children and three grandchildren. They are parishioners at Holy Family Parish in Novi.