Clergy & Staff
The Reverend Milton E. Black, Jr., Rector
The Reverend Philip W. May, Associate Rector
The Reverend William Campbell, Assistant Rector
The Reverend Frank Fuller, Priest Assisting
Frank served as assistant rector 1995-2007 and loves Good Shepherd with a passion, so he is very grateful to be able to support the pastoral team where needed. Ordained in 1974, he attended the University of Texas and Virginia Seminary, followed by a one-year internship at St. Elizabeths Hospital (NIMH) while he waited for his wife Betty to also graduate from VTS. He served churches in LaGrange, Wimberley, and San Marcos before coming to Corpus Christi, and he was rector in Beaumont until he retired in 2014. He was Secretary of the Diocese of West Texas for 18 years and has helped lead the Bishop Elliott Society for theological education in the diocese for over 20 years. He and Betty have two children, one on each coast, and two grandchildren. He can be found most evenings watching British murder mysteries after supper, followed by conquering the world playing Civilization 2 on a crumbling ancient Windows XP. He keeps busy with genealogy, historical novels, and pondering how much being on a condo board is like a church vestry, but with more building leaks and air conditioning problems. Being retired is great as long as you’re among people you love.
I’m originally from Colorado. After I graduated from Colorado Christian University, I began to follow God’s call as I was being led to work with youth. I have been involved in youth work in churches for over twenty years now. I have served churches in Iowa, Colorado, Florida, and Texas. Our family arrived in Texas in 2008 and I served St. Helena’s in Boerne. After that I served St. Luke’s in San Antonio and St John's in New Braunfels. While in the Diocese of West Texas I have served on boards and been involved in youth minister cohorts, attended Happening (115) and served at Happenings.,
Our family looks forward to meeting and getting to know all of you at Good Shepherd. My wife, Keri is an elementary dyslexia specialist for Boerne ISD and has been teaching for over twenty years. She loves teaching dyslexia and enjoys helping her students to read. My daughter Grace graduated from Boerne High School in 2019 and is attending college in San Antonio and works at Ford of Boerne. My son Eli will be entering his senior year at Boerne High School. We also have a Boston Terrier and his name is Frankie. We are originally from Colorado and both sides of our family still reside there. We make it up there when we can to visit family.
I want to be involved in the lives of students. As this happens students will be challenged and parents will be asked to help in the process. For hearts to be transformed, it takes a community to pour into the lives of our students. I can’t wait to see God’s love as we faithfully minister to youth and their families.
Facilities Director – Shane Smith