I was was born in Caracas Venezuela on October 15, 1967, the youngest of four brothers. I have a Bachelor in accounting, am a CPA and have a Masters Degree in
Finance Management. At the age of 25, I married Angela Scutaro. We have two beautiful children, Fabiana 23 and Angel 16. In November of this year I will Become “Grandpa”. I am an entrepreneur and business owner. I came to the US in 2000 and in 2003 started in the Parcel Service Business which I currently still own with more than
25 routes in the Las Vegas area. In 2012, I started in the Episcopal Church serving in several ministries as a lector, Lay Eucharistic Minister, catechist, and leader of the Latino services. Through service to our neighbors, the poor, the needy, and the sick, and by the grace of God, I received the call to serve God. In 2016, I was ordained as a transitional deacon. In 2017 became the first Latino priest trained and ordained in the diocese of Nevada. I am the celebrant at the 11:30 and 1:00 services at All Saints on Sundays. I serve our community as a volunteer chaplain at the sunrise hospital. I am also the Treasurer of the Diocesis of Nevada. As a faith leader, I provide guidance and hope to those who seek help and I am dedicated to families through marriage and youth counseling.
Born in Chilliwack, BC, Canada and Baptized into the Canadian Anglican Church, I spend the first 7 years in various cities in western Canada. Our family moved to Sherman Oaks California in 1963. We attended All Saints Episcopal Church in Beverly Hills where I was confirmed. During my time in Beverly Hills, I was a member of both youth choirs and was an acolyte until I graduated high school. I continued to live in southern California and married my wife Myrna in December of 1990.
In February 1988, we moved to Las Vegas and have been involved in the community for the last 20 years. I have attended All Saints on many occasions until, in December of 2015, I joined the church and put both feet in. I have served as the Treasurer for a year and a half and have since become the Director of Finance; a job I take with a deep passion. I have found a home here with the All Saints Family and continue to dedicate my heart and soul to All Saints.
David has been a church musician for over 30 years, serving as Music Director and/or Organist (and occasionally vocalist) for multiple denominations including Episcopal, Lutheran, Presbyterian, and United Church of Christ. When not busy planning and preparing music for worship, David teaches private voice and piano lessons. When not making church music and teaching private piano and voice lessons, he has worked in office management including payroll, budget accounting, database management, word processing, editing and desktop publishing, publicity, and more for churches, government agencies, and both private and non-profit corporations. Originally, from Pennsylvania, he lived in the San Francisco Bay area for 23 years with his friend Tom before they moved to southern Nevada in June of 2017 with their two dachshunds Cedrick and Joey. David’s calling is to teach congregations and choirs to sing their hearts and souls worshipping and praying to God through many centuries of great hymnody and choral music.
Rodolfo and I met in 2010 at my house when he came to leave his niece with me so I could take care of her. Soon after, we started a relationship. Then we decided to join our lives before God in July 2012 here in our church. I started serving in this church in December 2007. My mother-in-law and I convinced Rodolfo to use his talent as a pianist for God every Sunday and he accepted. After going through many choir directors with not so good luck, we were asked to take the leadership of the 11:30 and 1:00 choir, and for the glory of God, we accepted. We love this church which we call our second home!
I was born in Togo in 1993. My mom raised me for the first 7 years and then by my father. My Dad and I moved away from our extended family in 2000, immigrating to the USA to seek greater opportunities. This experience of moving from the warmth of a vibrant family, community, and culture, in which I felt I belonged, to a new land, where we were “aliens”, has guided the course of my studies in college which was in social work. Outside of the kitchen, I enjoy going to the movies and watching Chinese or Korean Drama. I love learning about other cultures and their languages. I love medicine and would like to pursue nursing in the in the future.