Margie CiaccioParish Administrator
Margie Ciaccio moved to the Colorado area April 2008, from Omaha, Nebraska. She has been with the Episcopal Church of the Transfiguration since May 5, 2008, as the Parish Administrator. Margie has an Associate Degree in Business and Accounting.
She has five grown children, and ten grandchildren. Margie resides in Edwards and absolutely enjoys the beauty that Colorado has to offer,as well as the winter and summer outdoor activities!
Rebecca CottonYouth Minister
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Rebecca Cotton grew up in the Vail Valley and is a life-long member of ECOT.
She is a veteran sacristan, acolyte trainer, lay eucharistic minister and Sunday School teacher at Transfiguration before her graduation from Battle Mountain High School with highest honors in 2013. She chose Transfiguration as her career semester internship site, learning valuable lessons in professional ministry before graduating high school.
A recent graduate with honors from the College of Literature, Science and the Arts at the University of Michigan, she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and minor in Mathematics. She completed an independent research project focusing upon global warming to earn her honors designation. Rebecca also served as a lay minister and small group leader in her college congregation throughout her college career. She is the first scientist to serve on the Church’s staff.
Mary CottonDirector of Children's Ministries
Director of Children’s Ministries
I look forward to embracing our church’s mission and learning to know Jesus Christ in a deeper way through my ministry with our church’s youngest members.
Children have an innate response of abiding joy to God. Through our Sunday school, children learn to name their connection to God and become active members of our church family through personal prayer, liturgical celebrations, and persons of faith in our community.
Thank you for making Sunday morning an important part of your family’s life.
Katie CampbellDirector of Communications
Director of Communications Katie Campbell moved to Colorado in 1993 from Milwaukee, WI. With 16 years’ experience in marketing, she holds a B.A. in Communications from Marquette University and specializes in helping local and regional small businesses establish their credibility and authenticity in an ever-changing marketplace.
An avid volunteer for various health and education related area nonprofits, Katie manages outbound communication for ECOT. She and her husband David have two children and live in East Vail with their yellow lab, Zuma. Katie is always looking for hiking partners, too!
Jan GovreauVail/Edwards Musician
Jan Govreau has been the musician for the Episcopal Church of the Transfiguration since January 2000. She plays both the organ and piano for the services at Vail and Edwards chapels. She began playing the piano at age seven, and at fifteen became a relief organist in her native Texas.
After receiving her Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Houston, Jan moved to this valley in 1984. She loves to ski, hike, bike, swim, and play bridge. Jan feels priviledged to share her music ministry with the church community. She enjoys playing for weddings and other special events.