Ben–David Warner is an aspiring choral conductor as well as a multi-instrumentalist, singer, and songwriter with roots in Celtic, Classical, and Folk music. He lives with one foot in the choral/sacred music world and one in the folk music world.
My family has been a member of OLPH since 2014. My wife, Marie, and my two boys, William and Austin, joined the parish when they moved back to the United States from Germany, where I was stationed with the Air Force for three years.
I was born on April 4, 1961, in St. Petersburg Russia. I am an only child. I attended the Marine Academy and attained a master's degree in Diesel Engineering in 1984.
Raised in Laurel, MD, Claudia is the youngest of 4 daughters (people said to me "Oh, you're a YOUNG" a lot while growing up.)
Kimberly is wife to Mike and mom to Michael, Sam, & Mary Katherine.
I was raised in Maryland just down the road after we moved here when I was 3 so I've been a Parishioner here most of my life.
Mike is a retired correctional officer for Montgomery County who became a permanent Deacon with the Archdiocese of Baltimore on May 25, 2019