Jolene Cramm spent many of her childhood years with her family in Williamsport, PA. She was baptized and married there at Mater Dolorosa Church. For the past twenty years, Jolene has lived in Walnut Bottom, PA and has been a parishioner of Our Lady of the Visitation Church. She and her husband have been married for twenty-seven years and are blessed with four children and one grandchild. Jolene earned her Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from Shippensburg University in 2005 and has been teaching for eleven years. She has also been active in volunteering with youth activities at Our Lady of the Visitation Church since 1997.
Nichole Schneider, Catholic Campus Minister,
I am originally from the Mechanicsburg, PA area but have spent the last 6 years living in both Delaware and Pittsburgh while attending college and graduate school. I hold a Masters degree in social work and have spent time working in healthcare social work. Most recently, feeling God’s call on my heart to work in ministry, I went back to school (online!) and am now pursuing an MA in theology at Franciscan University of Steubenville. God’s providence in bringing me to Ship and in opening doors so that I can work in ministry has been incredible - He has moved me, changed me, and provided me with second chances, new opportunities, and restoration. God is good! I truly love the Catholic faith, and I am excited to see how our Lord will work through the ministry to these students.
Since the age of 2, Tracy lived in Shippensburg. She joyfully received the majority of the sacraments in the OLV Religious Education program and church. Tracy began sharing her love of Christ by teaching Sunday school for 5 years. In 2011 she happily accepted God's calling by becoming the Office Manager for OLV. Today, Tracy has a loving husband, Terry, and 3 children - Hunter, Samantha, and Natalie. In Tracy's spare time she enjoys playing golf, watching football, hiking, gardening, and camping at her family lake in Altoona. Please call Tracy regarding any parish questions. She can be reached at (717) 532-2912, Monday through Thursday, 9am to 4pm.
Father Dwight Schlaline was born on May 1, 1982 in Hanover, PA. He grew up in the small town of East Berlin, PA. He attended Bermudian Springs elementary and Middle Schools until 8th grade. After that he attended Delone Catholic High School. Fr. Dwight is an Eagle Scout whose project was to conduct a youth retreat at his home parish, Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in Abbottstown, PA. After high school, he attended the Franciscan University of Steubenville and graduated in 2004 with a degree in Classical Languages and Philosophy. In 2005, Fr. Dwight became a seminarian for the Diocese of Harrisburg. He studied as a seminarian and was ordained a priest on June 26, 2010 at St. Patrick's Cathedral in Harrisburg. From 2010 - 2014, he served as a Campus Minister at Dickinson College and Parochial Vicar at St. Patrick's Parish in Carlisle, PA.He became Pastor of Our Lady's parish on June 23, 2014.