Board of Directors

Bishop Michael F. Olson

Ft. Worth, Texas

Bishop Michael Olson was born on June 29, 1966 in Park Ridge, Illinois. He was raised in Des Plaines, Illinois as the second of five children born to Ronald and Janice Olson. He attended Catholic schools including Quigley Prep. Seminary North for high school. In 1985, his family was relocated to Fort Worth, Texas and he soon joined them as a seminarian for the Diocese of Fort Worth He was ordained a priest of the Fort Worth Diocese on June 3, 1994. He served in such capacities as parish priest, seminary professor, rector, chancery official and health care ethicist until he was appointed the fourth bishop of Fort Worth and ordained to that office in January 29, 2014.   He holds graduate degrees in philosophy, theology, and a doctorate in moral theology from the Alphonsian Academy in Rome.  He is grateful for his priestly vocation and for his vocation to serve as the bishop of Fort Worth.


 

Dr. Jeremy Lustig, Chairman of the Board and National Executive Director

Roanoke, Texas

Dr. Jeremy Lustig has been a member of the Troops of Saint George since its launch. He served as the original chartering Captain of his parish troop, and then appointed to the National Board of the Troops of Saint George. Currently, he serves as the Chairman of the Board and as the Director of the National Executive team.

Jeremy was raised participating in scouting organizations as a child and achieved the rank of Eagle Scout at the age of 13. He has always had a passion for the outdoors and is an avid hunter and fisherman still today.

A graduate of Baylor University, Dr. Lustig continued his education by earning his Doctorate of Dental Surgery degree and a Masters degree in orthodontics and oral biology. Currently, he is in private practice in the north Fort Worth area.

Jeremy converted to Catholicism in 2005 and is on fire for his faith. He serves as the chairmen of the pastoral advisory council, is a 4th degree in the Knights of Columbus, and participates in many other parish organizations. Most importantly, he is honored to serve as an Acolyte during the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass.

Jeremy has been married to his beautiful wife Kerry since 1997, and they are blessed to have five children; Madison, Savannah, Nicholas, Isaac and Gracie Ann (who passed away at the age of two in February of 2018).


 

David Fischer

Ft. Worth, Texas

David Fischer has been the president of St. Joseph G.P. LLC since 2011. He previously held positions as the president, director and vice president of Harbison-Fischer, Inc.

David is on the board of directors for Catholics Come Home, St. Michael’s Abbey Foundation, the Augustine Institute and FOCUS (Fellowship of Catholic University Students). He is a member of the Papal Foundation, Legatus, and the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulcher of Jerusalem.

David received a B.B.A. from the University of Notre Dame in 1989 with a major in accountancy, his CPA from the State of Texas in 1992 and his MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management in 1994 with majors in finance and marketing.

David and his wife, Lisa, have four children. He has been a lifelong resident of Fort Worth.


 

Steve Doll

La Crosse, Wisconsin

Steve Doll has been a member of the Troops of Saint George since 2017. Steve started Troop 1571 at the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe in La Crosse, Wisconsin, and continues to serve there as Troop Captain. Prior to joining the Troops of Saint George, Steve organized a successful annual Catholic men’s retreat at a local military base encouraging men to become the best possible spiritual protectors and providers for their families.

Following high school, Steve graduated from Winona State University with a B.S. in Criminal Justice in 2010. Steve has worked for the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe in La Crosse, Wisconsin since 2011 in the areas of accounting, development, outreach, and security. He is currently serving the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe as the Pilgrimage Outreach Coordinator and Security Coordinator.

While a cradle Catholic, Steve went through a life changing conversion in 2008 while attending RCIA at St. James the Less Catholic Church in La Crosse, Wisconsin, with the assistance of his future wife Samantha. Steven and Samantha were married in 2010 and have been blessed with five children.

Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam


 


Executive Team

Msgr. E. James Hart, National Chaplain

Ft. Worth, Texas

Msgr. Hart, appointed Chaplain to the Troops of Saint George, is a former Anglican, and was received in to the Catholic Church through the Pastoral Provision of Saint John Paul II. He was subsequently ordained to the Diaconate and then the Priesthood in September of 1996, by Bishop Joseph Delaney. From 1996 through 2000 he served simultaneously as Parochial Vicar of St. Michael’s and as Pastor of the Personal Parish of St. Thomas More. From 2000 through 2006 he served as the Parochial Administrator of St. Peter the Apostle. In 2006, he was named Chancellor and Moderator of the Curia by Bishop Kevin Vann, and served in that capacity until he was appointed Pastor of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church in 2010. In 2012 Benedict XVI named him Chaplain to His Holiness, with the honorary title of Monsignor. In 2016 Bishop Michael Olson asked Msgr. Hart to return to the Chancery Office and once again assume the position and responsibilities of Chancellor and Moderator of the Curia, which position he holds presently.


 


 

Brian Squibbs, National Director of Communications and Recruitment

Keller, Texas

Brian Squibbs has been a member of the Troops of Saint George since its inception the summer of 2013. Volunteering in capacities such as Patrol 2nd Lieutenant, Communications Officer and Co-Recruiting Chair at the local troop level, Brian joined the National Executive Team March of 2015. In striving to become a better Catholic male in society each and every day, the Troops of Saint George has allowed for Brian and his sons to grow in virtue, their love for Christ and the Church He founded in an outdoors organization faithful to the catechism and magisterium of the Catholic Church.

Brian has over 20 years experience in sales and recruitment and he enjoys a good old-fashioned conversation. He holds a Bachelors in Business Administration degree in Marketing from Youngstown State University. Brian was blessed to have wonderful spiritual influence and guidance from several strong priests and nuns throughout his altar service and schooling at St. Patrick’s Parish and Catholic School in Hubbard, Ohio and then at Ursuline High School in Youngstown, Ohio before moving to Texas.

Brian is a former Marine and garnered many strengths that are now used in his daily life. He married his wife, Lisa, in 1999 and they reside in North-central Texas with their three sons, Alex, Luke and Sean, and daughter, Maria. He and his family are faithful parishioners of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church in Keller, Texas.


 

Matthew Taylor, National Director of Curriculum and Instruction

Rochester, Minnesota

Matthew Taylor has been a member of the Troops of Saint George since 2013. As the original chartering Captain of Troop 120, Matthew has an earnest desire to help all members of the Troops of Saint George grow into the most steadfast Catholic men they can be.

Following high school, Matthew attended Farrier school in Oklahoma. Upon graduation, he remained in Oklahoma as an adjunct instructor. He returned to Wisconsin in 2000, where he was the owner-operator of a Farrier and Blacksmithing service.

Since 2007, Matthew has worked full-time in the fire service. Current helmets include: Firefighter with the City of Rochester, US&R and Medical Specialist with Minnesota Task Force One, and Fire Instructor with Riverland Community College.

Although a cradle catholic, his upcoming marriage drove his exploration of the faith to new heights. This led him to resolutely study our catholic faith, with the hope of loving Our Lord, His Church, and her Traditions. In 2002, Matthew married his wife, Felicity, on the Feast of the Exhalation of the Holy Cross.

Matthew and Felicity have two beautiful children, whom they’ve homeschooled since 2009. They currently live in Plainview, Minnesota where they enjoy the natural beauty of the driftless region.

Verso I’alto


 

Adam Anderly, National Director of Information Technology

Dallas, Texas

Adam Anderly has been a member of the Troops of Saint George since its inception with its very first troop – Troop 1. He originally volunteered through his technology company, Saint Systems, to develop the initial Troops of Saint George website and help with the organization’s technology needs before joining the National Executive team as Director of Information Technology.

Adam has over 15 years of experience in technology consulting and software development and architecture, including 8 years leading software development teams for both Centex Homes and Pulte Homes, where he also sat on both companies’ IT architecture councils. Prior to Pulte, Adam was responsible for architecture of .NET systems at JCPenney. Prior to JCPenney, Adam held various software development positions at Verizon and Siemens working on supply chain systems.

Adam holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Management Information Systems from Northwood University.

Adam is a cradle Catholic and attended Bishop Lynch High School in Dallas, Texas, where he met his wife, Melissa. Adam and Melissa have been married since 2004. They reside in Dallas, Texas with their six children.


 

Lisa Squibbs, Executive Administrative Assistant

Keller, Texas

Lisa Squibbs has been on the Troops of Saint George National Team since 2016. Since the start of the Troops of Saint George she has been supportive of its mission. She married Brian in 1999 and they reside in Texas with their 3 sons and daughter. Lisa loves the beautiful Catholic faith and strives to continually grow closer to Our Lord and Our Blessed Mother.


 

Contact us at:

Troops of Saint George
520 E Vine St #80044
Keller, TX 76244
(817) 523-9707

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