Terry Tunks, Senior Warden (Class of 2020)

Terry is the CFO of Child’s Play Therapeutic Homecare, Inc. and CT Benefits, Inc. and lives in Heath with his wife, Betty. He has extensive experience in financial management of transportation, insurance and healthcare companies since 1977. Additionally, he’s a retired competitive figure skater and youth hockey coach. At Holy Trinity he serves as greeter, usher, sponsor of various youth group events and also serves on the Outreach Committee. His personal passions are his family, friends, their dogs, golf and boating.

Sally Meek, Junior Warden (Class of 2020)
Sally is a retired educator, although she still engages in some educational consulting. She lives in Rockwall and has been an Episcopalian for nearly 30 years and at Holy Trinity for 10. Her church contributions include Sunday school teacher, Lil’ Saints, Daughters of the King, Hand Bell Choir, Audit Committee, Thursday morning Cursillo group, Care and Prayer Team, Angel Tree, Children’s Chapel and in training for Altar Guild. For leisure, she enjoys spending time with her grandson and family as well as reading.
James Braaten, Vestry Member (Class of 2021)
James is a Financial Advisor and is a relative newcomer to Holy Trinity. He is interested in continuing to expand our outreach, enriching the spiritual lives and faith of all members, strengthening our youth programs, and being good stewards of the resources we are given. He enjoys adventures, reading, movies, theatre, sports and scuba diving.
Zoe Holmes, Vestry Member (Class of 2019)
 Zoe is a retired attorney and and has been an Episcopalian for 50 years. She has been active in the community as a volunteer with Rock Ridge Assisted Living, Friends of the Library and Newcomers. She also serves as lay chaplain with Community of Hope, Lake Pointe Hospital. At Holy Trinity she serves as a Eucharistic minister, Home Eucharistic Visitor, lector, and is active in Choir, Daughters of the King, Outreach Committee, Monday Night Bible Study, Cursillo reunion group, Vine & Branches, book club, and the Spirituality Class. 
Grace Johnson, Vestry Member (Class of 2019)

Grace is a retired school administrator having spent 40 years in education (20 as a middle school English teacher, 20 as a school administrator) and has been a member of Holy Trinity since 1992. She lives in Forney and her leisure time is spent hiking, writing, enjoying her 4 dogs and music. At Holy Trinity, she serves as Acolyte Master, lector and acolyte. In the past, she has served on Vestry, rector search, parish profile and Policy Manual committees. Additionally, she served as Junior Warden, as well as a past and current convention delegate.

Karen King, Vestry Member (Class of 2021)
Karen is a Vice President in Human Resources and serves as Lector along with singing in our choir. She hopes to help preserve the small church feel that differentiates us from other places and is the reason so many parishioners belong. She enjoys travel and reading.
David Plette, Vestry Member (Class of 2020)
David is a Liability Claim Manager and Asst. V.P. for Chubb Insurance and also a residential real estate family business co-owner. He and his wife, Alyssa, have been married for 26 years and have lived in Rockwall county for almost as long. He volunteers at and supports the North Texas and Christ the King food banks, as well as Helping Hands. For Holy Trinity, he serves as Usher, is on the Finance Committee, Audit Committee, is a Junior Warden helper, Altar Guild handyman, HTBTL representative on Dallas Dioceses Insurance Committee and is involved with Dinner for Eight. For leisure, David enjoys golf, sport fishing, gardening, landscaping and travel.
Jake Rathmell,Vestry Member (Class of 2019)
Jake is a retired Distinguished Advisor with ARCO and lives in Rockwall. He has been active in the community with Rockwall Noon Rotary, Rockwall Arts League and at Holy Trinity, is active in Book Club, the Brothers of St. Andrew and serves as an Usher. His interests include family, travel, astronomy and astrophysics.
Jack Robinson, Vestry Member (Class of 2021)
Jack is an attorney, focusing on Family Law, Criminal Law, and Estate and Probate Law. He is a cradle Episcopalian and is very involved in the YMCA. He loves sailing and spending time with family. He wants to help our church capitalize on our energy and excitement so that it can grow, expand our outreach into the community, and minister to our member. Outside of work, Jack enjoys Hot Yoga, reading, cooking and visiting family.