Diane Kosey, a graduate of Kent State University, taught Elementary and Learning Disabilities classes in the northern Ohio and the Cincinnati areas. She worked as a bookkeeper for a steel company for several years, and began the Office Administrator position at Trinity in 1996. Diane is a member of Lighthouse Prayer Community, which is a nonprofit organization, located in Cincinnati. Diane serves on their pastoral team and is kept busy doing their publications.
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The Reverend John Caster is a native of Buffalo, NY. He is a second-career pastor, and after working in industry for several years attended Pittsburgh Theological Seminary. He was ordained by the Presbytery of Detroit, and served churches in Michigan, Ohio, New Jersey, and most recently as pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Zephyrhills, FL. John became Honorably Retired on April 1, 2014. In May John and his wife, Lynda, moved to Cincinnati. John joined Tom as co-pastor of Trinity in September, 2014. John is a baseball fan and works as game-day staff for the Reds.
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Davis received his Bachelor's in Music Education from Miami University. Davis is skilled in trumpet and piano, and has performed with various orchestras in the area, including the
Hamilton-Fairfield Symphony Orchestra, the Springfield Symphony Orchestra, the
Middletown Symphony Orchestra, and the Lebanon Symphony Orchestra. After student
teaching and graduation, he taught private lessons around Dayton before moving to
Bowling Green to further his education. Davis enthusiastically provides the music for Trinity worship services each Sunday, as well as directs the Trinity Choir.
The Reverend Tom Dunlap graduated from Miami University in 1971 and from Princeton Theological Seminary in 1975. He came to Cincinnati as pastor of the Oak Hills Presbyterian Church and served for 5 years before going into pastoral counseling. While working in the counseling field for 35 years, he has also spent time in corporate outplacement, divorce/custody mediation and another 10 years training college coaches and admissions counselors in advanced recruiting skills. He began his service as co-pastor at Trinity in July 2012. His hobbies are golfing, gardening and home-brewing.