Msgr. T. George Gajdos
A native of Kenosha, Msgr. Gajdos was ordained on May 23, 1970.
His first assignment was as associate pastor at St. Albert, Milwaukee, 1970-1971. He did graduate studies in theology at Fordham University, 1971-1974.
Msgr. Gajdos was a faculty member at Saint Francis Seminary School of Pastoral Ministry, 1974-1982. From 1982-1988 he was on sabbatical.
He returned to active ministry as pastor at St. Michael Ukrainian Parish, Milwaukee, 1988-1991, and also served as pastor, Divine Word, Cedarburg, 1991-2002; pastor, St. Francis Borgia, Cedarburg, 2002-2003; and pastor, Christ King, Wauwatosa, 2002-2012.
Fr. Marvin I. Lazarski
Fr. Lazarski was born in Milwaukee and attended Marquette University and Georgetown University simultaneously, and Saint Francis Minor and Major Seminary. He was ordained on May 26,1962.
He started his ministry as associate pastor at St. Leonard, Muskego, 1962-1963. He also served as assistant pastor at Our Lady Queen of Peace, Milwaukee, 1963-1965, and then at St. Paul, Milwaukee, 1965-1968.
Fr. Lazarski was a faculty member at Messmer High School, Milwaukee, 1968-1973, and at St. Joseph High School, Kenosha, 1973-1981. From 1981-1983 he split time between campus minister and faculty at Cardinal Stritch College and St. Mary Academy, Milwaukee.
He was pastor at St. Lawrence, Milwaukee, 1985-1990; St. Gerard, Milwaukee, 1990-1997; St. Therese, Milwaukee, 1998; and chaplain at Archdiocesan Cemeteries, 1998-2012.
Fr. Richard A Liska
Fr. Liska was born in Milwaukee and attended Saint Francis Minor Seminary, 1958-1962; De Sales Prep, 1963-1964; and Saint Francis Major Seminary, 1964-1970. He was ordained on May 23, 1970.
Fr. Liska’s first assignment was at St. Roman, Milwaukee, 1970-1971. He became associate pastor of Sacred Heart of Jesus, St. Francis, 1971, and a team member for the parish in 1979.
He served as temporary administrator, St. Helen, Milwaukee, 1982, and at St. Joseph, Cudahy, 1983; pastor, St. Matthew, Milwaukee, 1983; pastor, St. Agnes, Butler, 1995; and pastor, St. Stephen, Milwaukee, four years later.