Kimberly is wife to Mike and mom to Michael, Sam & Mary Katherine. She moved to Maryland from Kentucky in the summer of 2017 when her husband became the Head Football Coach at his alma mater, The Catholic University of America. Originally a mid-west girl from Ohio and never one to shy away from adventure, she found her way to a study abroad program in the Loire Valley of France during her junior year at Ohio University. She then went on to a work abroad program after college in London, England, and then to Washington, D.C., where she met her husband. Since then, they have lived in many different college towns across the country. After six moves in the first 18 years of marriage, they are super excited to settle in and call the Ellicott City area home.
Her role at the parish is “Mission Support”, and she gets to tackle all sorts of projects ranging from administrative duties to welcoming new parishioners and growing parish ministries. She also leads the cancer support group. She is pleased to work for Jesus and is especially excited to do it at such a vibrant, active parish.
What do you love best about OLPH?
I love that the people of OLPH are very welcoming and giving. They truly adore and worship the Lord, and it shows in their actions.
What’s something quirky about you?
I don’t know if it’s exactly quirky, but in the football world, I am famous for my chocolate chip cookies; and to hundreds of former college football players around the country, I am known as ‘Mrs. Gut’.