Beverly Bame is a retired middle school teacher and operating room nurse. She is a proud graduate of Texas A&M University and has mentored many students at her alma mater. She is a convert to the Catholic faith, the former director of the Vocations Task Force at Prince of Peace Catholic Community in northwest Houston, and a member of the Vocations Team for the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston. She served on the Adult Leadership Team for Youth Ministry at her parish for 15 years as well as many other parish ministries. Beverly is married to her husband, Philip, and their only child is a priest with the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston, Fr. Jeff Bame. Beverly and her family have been parishioners at Prince of Peace for over 25 years.
Larry Massey is President of the Scanlan Foundation, a large religious charitable fund in Texas that supports hundreds of Catholic organizations yearly. He is currently a Knight of the Order of Malta, Young Catholic Professionals- Houston board member, and a member of various other Catholic organizations. He has a heart for vocations - as a Serran, he has held the position of former Governor for Serra International District 10 and led his own parish Vocation Ministry. Larry has two children and is married to Susan. They are members of St. Vincent de Paul parish in Houston, Texas.
Natalie C. Fleming has been a practicing attorney in the Houston area for over twenty years and is currently a Harris County Criminal Court at Law Judge. As the daughter of Cuban immigrants, Mrs. Fleming is fluent in Spanish and English. She is a long-standing member of the St. Mary’s Seminary Board of Advisors. Natalie is married to Michael P. Fleming, and they have six children. A life-long Catholic, she and her family have been long-time parishioners of St. Cecilia Catholic Church in Houston, Texas.