Congratulations to Volunteer of the Year, Lee Greenamyer
Lee Greenamyer, our 2020 - 2021 Volunteer of the Year, has been a parent, parishioner, and volunteer at Holy Trinity for 11 years now. Over the years, you’ve probably seen him calling numbers in the Summer Picnic Cake Booth and working games in the Booster Fish Fry Children’s Game Room. He’s been a classroom reader and guest speaker/presenter sharing his expertise on playground design and planning for Jr. High students completing a playground proposal project. He’s chaperoned our mission trip to Appalachia and served as a girls Football coach. You’ve seen his work as the graphic designer for our Eyrie Theatre show posters, announcements, and programs, as well as our carpool lane organization signage this year. His biggest involvement and commitment comes as a volunteer daily for the past two years at afternoon carpool. He’s the one motioning you into lanes and ensuring we get cars parked correctly to dismiss students safely and quickly in all forms of weather. We definitely appreciate his assistance and leadership daily!
Lee is married to Dr. Amy Greenamyer and proud dad to Sydney (a Lifetime Eagle graduate) and current student, Quinn. When asked what he loves most about HT, Lee shared, “I am most thankful that we, as parents, play an active role in our children’s educations here. Holy Trinity has kept us informed and provided numerous opportunities to be involved.” He continued, “The teachers and administration have partnered with us to help our kids when they were having difficulties. We felt we have always had a village helping us guide our children while at HT.”
In accepting his award, he shared a reminder we can all take to heart, “The reason I volunteer is to show my kids that I am invested in their lives and education. I value the mission and work of Holy Trinity.” Adding, “While my motivations for helping are not for accolades, I am deeply appreciative of this recognition.
Thank you HT administration, teachers, staff, and PTA for this award, as well as for all you do daily for our children!”