Our staff

Our staff is a beautiful mix of talented individuals, and the variety of their backgrounds creates a dynamic team ready to serve.  

Learn a little more about them by reading below!

  • Rev. Dr. Jack Haberer

    Interim Pastor/Head-of-Staff; jhaberer@fpckerrville.org


    Dr. Haberer moved to Kerrville with his wife Barbie in July of 2020.  He officially retired at the time, but also took this fulltime interim position after having served as Head-of-staff pastor of Trinity PC in Satellite Beach, Fla. (1984-94), Clear Lake PC in Houston, Tx. (1994-2005), Vanderbilt PC in Naples, Fla. (2014-16), and First PC in Allentown, Pa. (2016-20).  He also served (2006-14) as Editor-Publisher of weekly news and resource magazine, The Presbyterian Outlook, the “thought-leader” among Presbyterians for the past 200 years.

     

    Jack earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Roberts Wesleyan College in Rochester, N.Y., a Master of Divinity degree from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in S. Hamilton, Mass., and a Doctor of Ministry degree from Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, Ga.   Jack is the author of three influential books and has served on multiple boards and task forces across the PC(USA) denomination.  He and Barbie have two children and six grandchildren all living in League City, near the Johnson Space Center, where Barbie worked for seven years.


  • Sabrina Adrian

    Organist; sadrian@fpckerrville.org


    Sabrina is privileged to serve as organist for the First Presbyterian Church In Kerrville, Texas. She has previously been organist at the First Methodist Church in Kerrville (2002-2019), First Presbyterian in San Antonio (1997-2002) and Travis Park UMC in San Antonio (1995-1997). She studied organ with Dr. Frank Speller at The University of Texas (DMA 1995), Dr. Bess Hieronymus (MM 1990) and Suzanne Schulz-Widmar. She studied piano with Dr. J.K. Hodges (UTSA) and Drusilla Huffmaster (Southwestern University). Her daughter is Audrey Jellett who is currently studying cello at Manhattan School of Music in N.Y.C.

     


  • M' Leah Alexander

    Co-Directory of Youth Ministries; malexander@fpckerrville.org



    M’Leah is humbled to help co-lead the youth ministry program at FPC. She recently finished her undergraduate degree at Schreiner University, here in Kerrville, where she majored in Religion and minored in History. Throughout college M’Leah spent time traveling, going on mission trips, and volunteering in the community. She fell in love with the Kerrville area and is very thankful for an opportunity such as this that allows her to stay in the area, but also become part of a church family where she can engage in her passions for youth ministry, mission work, and community involvement. 

    Her favorite place is somewhere outside, with a pretty view and a good book.  

  • mike garcia

    Director of Facilities;  mgarcia@fpckerrville.org


    Love my family!

    Love my mustang, Sally!

    Love my dogs!

    Love my job!

  • Seth lafler

    Director of Choral Music; slafler@fpckerrville.org

     

    Seth A. Lafler serves as the Adult Choir Director at First Presbyterian Church of Kerrville.  He is also Director of Choral Music and the Fine Arts Chair at Tivy High School in Kerrville ISD and sings professionally in San Antonio Chamber Choir.  Before coming to Kerrville, Seth spent two years in Georgetown ISD where he taught choir at Forbes Middle School.

     

    He earned a Bachelor of Arts in music with a minor in business administration from Texas State University in 2010.  Lafler is an active member of Texas Music Educators Association, Texas Choral Directors Association, and American Choral Directors Association.

     

  • Alicia Martin

    Administrative Assistant; amartin@fpckerrville.org


    Alicia joined the FPC team after several years working in customer service. She and her husband are raising two young children and delight in the many activities small-town living in Kerrville has to offer.


    In her spare time, Alicia enjoys quilting, gardening, and nature--what she calls "dirt therapy." 

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  • Audrey Mitchell

    Director of Children's Ministry; amitchelle@fpckerrville.org


    Prior to coming on staff at First Presbyterian Kerrville, Audrey had been an active volunteer and participant since 2012 with areas including the Koinonias after school program, Currie Enrichment Series and Christian Education Team. She continues to enjoy attending the Presbyterian Women night circle.

    Born in Montana, she was raised in Harper, Texas. She graduated from Austin High School after spending her junior year in Germany.

    She also works part-time for Kerr Business Services as a bookkeeper. Prior to her service at KBS, she was employed by the Dietert Senior Center. She also keeps house for her actor - stonemason husband, Mitch, and their two sons - Keaton and Harper.

    In her spare time, you might find her cooking, walking, reading, spending time with her friends and family, or cooking some more.

  • Rev. Susan Montoya

    Parish Associate, Congregational Care; smontoya@fpckerrville.org


    Susan is happy to be a part of the Congregational Care team of the church, and to enjoy life in the beautiful Texas Hill Country with her son Ben, her daughter-in-law Haley, and her grandchildren Elias and Isla. She was educated as a physical therapist in England and had a long and satisfying career in this health ministry.


    Susan received a Master of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary, followed by a Residency in Clinical Pastoral Education with the University of Washington Medical System in Seattle. She has worked as a chaplain in areas ranging from problem pregnancy and acute trauma through the end of life.

    Being from England, Susan readily admits that her taste for grits is still a work in progress…but she does bake a mean scone…

  • ann reynolds

    Y.E.S. Center Director;  yescenter@fpckerrville.org


    Ann Reynolds spent the first 23 years of her life in Fredonia, N.Y. where she grew up and then attended S.U.N.Y. at Fredonia to receive her Bachelor’s degree in Education. She then moved to Texas and attended the University of Houston to complete a Masters in Education.


    Ann taught school for 34 years which included positions in New York, Houston, Bryan, and then Kerrville I.S.D. She taught at Peterson Middle School for 25 years before becoming the Director of the YES Center. Ann considers herself very fortunate to be able to retire from teaching to come to the YES Center. This will be her fifth year in this position.


    Ann is the proud parent of 2 beautiful daughters who both live in Austin. Her joys in life are spending time with her girls, theatre, and playing cello. She is a member of our church choir, Fredericksburg Community Orchestra and Sofi Strings Quartet. She has been very active in Playhouse 2000 and the Point Theatre.

  • scott russell

    Children's Corner Preschool Director;  srussell@fpckerrville.org


    Scott spent most of his life in Dallas where he graduated from high school and after graduating from Stephen F. Austin State University, he worked for two corporations at regional and national levels. Many long weekends spent on the family property west of Medina convinced him that there was a better life in the Hill Country and he and his family moved to Kerrville in 2002. It was at that point that he left the corporate life and became a stay at home Dad and spent countless hours watching his daughter Claire play tennis until she graduated from Tivy High School in 2013. Claire is now attending American University in Washington, D.C. and studying International Relations.


    Now as the Director of Children’s Corner Preschool, Scott spends most of his time overseeing the program. He has shown and bred Rottweilers and PBGV’s (Petite Basset Griffon Vendeen) since the early 1990’s and loves being around the dogs. In addition to his time spent with the dogs, he is an avid reader and although frustrated with them at the moment, he is still a huge Cowboy fan.

  • Mary stone

    Church Administrator;  mstone@fpckerrville.org


    Mary spent 10 years teaching in public school and 7 years directing environmental education programming for The Cibolo Nature Center in Boerne.  Her background is in educational leadership with a Masters of Adult Learning and Education from UTSA.  She is blessed with three adult children, and two wonderful grandchildren. Mary is married to David and they are living the dream on a small ranch just outside of Kerrville.  The ranch holds 3 dogs, 6 cats, four horses, four donkeys and free-range chickens!  Mary and David both love to work on the ranch and take care of their little part of Texas.   "Come forth into the light of things, let nature be your teacher." - Wordsworth

  • Shannon Tuschak

    Coordinating Care; stuschak@fpckerrville.org


    Shannon was raised in Kerrville and has been fortunate enough to be a 3rdgeneration member of FPC of Kerrville. After graduating from The University of Texas at Austin she worked for state government and at a local children’s camp. Shannon and her husband Mark have two grown daughters, Katerina and Kristina. She and Mark enjoy participating in all Schreiner University activities, through Mark’s work and Kristina’s enrollment there. In her spare time, Shannon loves to spend time with her grandson, travel, walk, read, cook, share fellowship with family and friends and of course, attend UT football games! She loves her church family and is excited to be a part of the Congregational Care Team.