Senior  Warden      

Drew Samuelson

A former Marine, Drew teaches English and lives with his wonderful wife Tara and children in Carlisle, PA.  Drew has served on the vestry since January 2021 and was made Junior Warden in 2022.  

Junior Warden

John West

Born and raised in Baltimore, Md. Our family worshiped at an Episcopal church, as did my grand parents. I went to confirmation class there, was confirmed as a teenager, and taught church school classes. I was an acolyte. At other churches I have been an assistant minister and Vestry member, as well as at Good Shepherd. 

  Professionally I have both an engineering degree and a business degree. These skills have been used to lead businesses that improve the environment. In the past decade our team has developed a utility-sized wind turbine generator that will bring low cost electricity to the 2/3rds of America which has moderate winds. 

  My wife Judi and I have three grown sons and four teenage grand- daughters. 

Church Secretary/Treasurer

Deborah (Deb) Ennis

Deb and her family are one of the founding members of Good Shepherd Anglican Church in 2007. She has served as the Treasurer and eventually secretary for the past 13 years. Deb is widowed and lives with her daughter Heather in East Petersburg, PA. Her younger daughter Meghan, and her husband, Brian, live in Springfield, PA with their children Claire and Brynna. Deb retired as a Senior Nursing Professor at Harrisburg Area Community College in 2016 after 40 years of teaching there. She also worked at Harrisburg Hospital in the Critical Care environment, as a Registered Nurse  for 32 years. Deb loves to sew and travel. 

Vestry Member at Large

Bill Boniface


Bill Boniface, retired from a 30-year career as a Navy pilot in 2002. From 2002-2007 he served as Senior Warden and an active church volunteer in Episcopal churches in southern Maryland and northern Virginia and spearheaded an informational ministry on behalf of the Atlanta-based American Anglican Council. After moving in 2007 to Hershey, Pennsylvania, he and his wife, Susan, spent five years raising teenage boys from socially disadvantaged backgrounds as full-time houseparents at the Milton Hershey School. He joined the Good Shepherd Anglican Mission and the Anglican Church in North America in 2009. Today he is retired and spends most of his time supporting the U.S. Naval Academy’s Parachute Team when not working on church matters. He and Susan have four married children and ten grandchildren.

Vestry Member at Large

Anna Dean Egan

Anna Dean Egan, wife to Adam Egan and mother to Abram Egan, is a Licensed Professional Counselor working in the mental health field. She grew up in the Episcopal faith and Anglican tradition having served at her previous church as the Youth Ministry Leader. Her grandfather, having been an Episcopal priest, and mother having served as both junior and senior warden, have instilled in her the importance of the Anglican faith and service to others. Her passion is to serve others with the gifts God has given her providing therapy in both a secular and Christian-based capacity with expertise in the areas of trauma and addiction.”

Vestry Member at Large

Peter Hayes

Peter Hayes lives with his wife and two children near Harrisburg, Pa.

He grew up in Pennsylvania and works in the solar industry.

His interests include theology, philosophy and history. He is currently attending Colorado Christian University where he is pursuing a major in Apologetics.

Vestry at Large

Kevin Murphy

Kevin Murphy’s involvement with Good Shepherd goes back almost to the very beginning of its formation. He was officially able to become a member of the congregation in 2020. Before Good Shepherd he was a member of a church plant in Harrisburg for the Anglican Mission in America (AMiA), where he and his wife, Sonia, had their children baptized and confirmed in 2003. He also assisted in planting another Reformed congregation in Harrisburg, which eventually became a Bible Fellowship Church. He has been a longtime proponent of men’s ministry and discipleship, an interest that has led to his leadership role in the Christian Business Men’s Connection (CBMC) of Central Pennsylvania. He also serves as Chaplain at the Bethesda Mission Men’s Shelter in Harrisburg where discipleship is among his everyday responsibilities. Although a native of New York City, he moved to Central Pennsylvania after becoming a member of the Bar of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, where he practiced law for over 20 years.