Trustees are parishioners who serve the parish as advisors, overseers and councilors, entrusted with assisting the pastor in caring for the corporate well-being of the parish. They serve for two-year terms and are members of the Parish Corporation Board of Directors, which administers all the temporal matters that are affected by civil law. One trustee is designated as the trustee-treasurer and the other as the trustee-secretary.
Along with the pastor, trustees are ex-officio members of the parish pastoral council and finance committee, and participate fully in the work of those groups.
John Schauble (Trustee-Secretary)
John Schauble, a St.Francis Borgia parishioner since 1996, was named trustee-secretary in 2014. A past member of the parish council, where he served as secretary and later as president, he is also active with the Twinning and Communications committees. A former Christian Formation teacher, John and his wife Chris currently participate in the Sunday morning Liturgy of the Word for Children program. He has also been a member of the Festival committee for several years. John has spent his career in corporate communications and is currently employed as a freelance business writer.
Jack Steinbrecker (Trustee-Treasurer)
Jack Steinbrecker has been a member of St. Francis Borgia Parish since 2001, and was appointed trustee in 2015. He served five years on the pastoral council, including two years as chairperson. While on the pastoral council, he was liaison to the Education/School committee and the Prayer and Worship committee. Jack participates in parish life as a lector and Christian Formation instructor. Previously, he served in Green Bay as parish trustee at St. Jude Parish and as an organist, lector and confirmation instructor at St. Bernard Parish. Jack taught high school in Glendale before starting his business career in banking. Now retired, he was the Corporate Marketing Director and Vice President of a large Wisconsin bank. Jack, Lindy and their three children moved from Green Bay to Cedarburg in 2001.